Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.


  • Glamorganshire Bible

    by Lynne Viti
    This suite of narrative poems focuses on Florine Morris Close, the author's maternal grandmother, whose hardscrabble upbringing and young adult years in Cumberland and the nearby western Pennsylvania towns resulted in chaos not only in her life but in that of her young daughter., who would go on to become a revered teacher and administrator in Baltimore County. Spanning the family's emigration from Wales in the mid-19th century to the author's adolescence in the 1960's, the poems are frank, d... more
  • The Tale of Broken Tail

    by Chi Varnado
    A true story of how Gramaset and her granddaughter, Kali, rescued three baby squirrels and raised them until they were ready to live on their own.
  • A CANYON TRILOGY: Life Before, During and After the Cedar Fire

    by Chi Varnado
    The October 2003 Cedar Fire became the largest fire on record in California state history. Out of this federal disaster Chi Varnado and her family escaped with their lives from their canyon nestled in San Diego's back country. She worked as owner-builder on a log cabin and was among the minority who managed to rebuild in a little over a year. She writes first-hand what life is like in a year of loss: first her mother and then their home in the canyon.
  • Making Your Own Trail

    by Daniel Martin Molliver
    it is both spiritual and inspirational for anybody and everybody who has gone through a difficult period in there life
  • Breathe:Madness Revisited

    by S.N. Bynoe
    She was playful and always got into trouble, but she was not a liar. When she told her mother that she was about to be raped, she was telling the truth. But instead of being comforted and defended, she was slapped and called a whore by her mother. Breathe: Madness Revisited is that raw and poignant look at the chilling terror Bynoe experienced in an abusive home. Divided into four parts, this moving account portrays the silent screams and dry tears she had to deal with during her youth.
  • Me and Mario: Love, Power & Writing with Mario Puzo, Author of The Godfather

    by Carol Gino
    ME AND MARIO is an intimate look at the life of Mario Puzo, author of The Godfather, and his insights on love, family, power and writing from his longtime love Carol Gino. In a world that often lacks magic and passion, Gino’s twenty-year relationship with Puzo was full of both. ME AND MARIO chronicles Gino’s transformation from healer to bestselling author and the love story between a radical feminist and the unabashedly romantic patriarch.
  • Cuba, Adios

    by Lorenzo Pablo Martinez
    Between 1960 and 1962 more than 14,000 Cuban children fled their country and came to America as part of an exodus that became known as Operacion Pedro Pan. Martinez was one of those children. In Cuba, Adios, Martinez recounts his participation in a program that has often been compared to Kindertransport, a program that saved 10,000 German children from the holocaust. Plagued by guilt of his sexual identity, and having to care for a younger brother, Martinez forges ahead to become the composer of... more
  • War of light and color the unbeknowest open ended triangle

    by Keith Palmer
    What do you do terresseracted through a quadrillia trilloscope landed on Earth but write a short synopsis of everything it is not and could be, highly mathematical incredibly hill-mount-arious funny to a point terrify in it's simplicity You all must lived.... Signed "all-mad buddhah Saiyan jainero-remlap htiek" Blase to a trite
  • Memories of a Devil: My Life as a Jesuit in Dachau

    by Dr. Danuta B. Fabisiak
    The year is 1939. The German army marches into Poland to a frosty reception. The air is thick with the threat of violence. Rumor and conspiracy lurk behind every corner. In this environment, a recently ordained Jesuit priest receives a message: “You are a target. Get out while you still can.” Father Chester Fabisiak did not believe that warning, and it almost cost him his life. “Memories of a Devil” is a recounting of the consequences of his inaction; a dramatic, pulse-pounding, cautionary tale... more
  • Seasons and Memories: Seasonal Memoirs Tell How an Active and Full Life Can Be Influenced by Impactful Surrounding Events

    by Stanley Abbott
    In this autobiography, he follows playwright James Thurber?s advice to ?look around with awareness.? Even though the writer looks at the country?s future with some concern, he does not look backward at his life with anger. This autobiography is loaded with quotes from notable people. Each quote closely pertains to the author?s life events to which they refer. Due to his being influenced very strongly by Michelangelo?s encouragement, ?Follow the masters,? the reader will find many quotes mixed in... more
  • Old Geezer Romancing in Cyberspace

    by Bill McDonald
    Bill McDonald, an award-winning journalist, had no intention of writing about the internet dating he began at age sixty-nine. ?What could occur on the dates of an old geezer like me,? he reasoned, ?that would pique one?s interest or keep a reader spellbound?? It didn?t take long for him to realize he?d failed miserably as a soothsayer. One first-time date met him, quite intentionally, while she luxuriated in a bath of soapsuds and bubbles. A luncheon date startled him with a fact not mentioned i... more
  • Evergreen Dreaming: Trail Tales of an Aging Hiker

    by Peter Kurtz

    A 55-year-old man with a yen for the outdoors feels time running out. One day he decides to dig out his old backpack from the basement and hike a section of the Appalachian Trail.  He does not know that this weeklong hike through Georgia and North Carolina will propel him into other mountain adventures, culminating in a mystical trip to the Continental Divide to follow the footsteps of a childhood friend. 

    The author leads the reader along dirt paths across multiple mountains, meeting e... more

  • Basically Bipolar: Laughing Maniacally Through the Dark Delirium of a Polar Winter . . . or Two

    by Rex Nelson
    At some point you’ll think, “These people are nuts,” and you’ll be right. You may find yourself suddenly glad for the little things in life, like sunlight (a big little thing) or above-zero temperatures (equally appreciable). What you might not know is that the lack of these things can drive a person nuts. Or in this case, more nuts. That’s the road five guys have chosen as they spend an isolated winter together at the summit of the Greenland ice cap. Throw in colossal special effects, a twisti... more
  • Ten Years in Italy, Three Weeks a Human: A Memoir

    by Cristina G.
    A naïve farmer’s daughter, who never saw a computer before the age of 24, goes to Italy, one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Here, her dreams turn into a perpetual nightmare. Everything and everyone is against her. Attractive, single, and humble she becomes a target of unfaithful men and an innocent victim of their wives. Alone, terrified, abused and on the edge of insanity, she contemplates death. But the love for her family stops her. Slavery at the end of the 20th... more
  • Oranges at Christmas in a Communist Country: A Memoir: Inspirational True to Fact Stories

    by Cristina G.
    True stories from a communist regime. Black and white TVs, no exotic food, no freedom.
  • 33 Percent Rockstar

    by S. C. Sterling

    Scott has played over 500 concerts at hundreds of venues spanning almost two decades. From performing to the bar staff at strip mall dive bars, to a sold-out show with members of The Misfits and the Ramones, 33 Percent Rockstar: Music, Heartbreak and the Pursuit of Rock Stardom is about the love of music and life as a struggling musician. It is the true story of what happens when you give up everything to follow your dreams—even when they lead to a run-down strip club in a seedy part of... more