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Let The Cavalcade of Indie Authors Begin

September 2, 2014
Bill Thompson at the microphone

I’m giddy as a schoolgirl at a One Direction concert. Tomorrow is the long-awaited — by me, anyway — relaunch of The Bookcast, after a several-month hiatus forced by circumstances beyond my immediate control. I want to make this a “don’t-miss” website and podcast for readers hungry to find superb new books by indie authors. Readers, this is my promise to you: I will only feature interviews with authors whose books measure up to your…

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Inside A Successful Writer’s Imagination

May 9, 2013
Read the First 10 Pages of this book

Christy Potter is a Midwesterner who moved to New York almost 20 years ago – she calls herself a “displaced hayseed” – to pursue a career as a journalist and creative writer. Her love of talking to people is second only to her love of writing. And all of that comes through in her book”The World is My Oyster But I Didn’t Know How to Cook.” It’s a compendium of humorous and thought-provoking essays on…

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How to Get Me to Like Your Book

July 31, 2012

I get excited when I read indie author writing that is really good. So good I have to tell somebody. Hillary, my wife, is most commonly the recipient, willing or otherwise, of my run-on sentences of enthusiasm, but just as often it’s a co-worker, one of my daughters, or my Facebook friends. In fact, it has become one of my most valuable tools in helping me decide whom to interview for The Bookcast, and whose…

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