Vote for Book Trailer of the Week (June 9th)

Three different video book trailers were featured this week on Indies Unlimited. Now it is your turn to vote for the one you felt was best. No money—no prizes—all for the glory.

This week’s entrants are:

1. The Power of Powers by Lon Dee

2. Do not Force it, TAP THE GOOD by Jacent M Mpalyenkana 

3. The Zul Enigma by JM Leitch


Vote for your favorite video book trailer featured this week on Indies Unlimited (6/9)

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Sneak Peek: Mystique Rising by Karen Magill

Mystique RisingToday we have a sneak peek of author Karen Magill’s paranormal adventure book, Mystique Rising (formerly Let Us Play, A Rock ‘n Roll Love Story).

In an uncertain time in the future, rock and roll music has been banned. Kaya More uses second sight to lead a group of rebels to bring it back. Their quest leads them from the streets of New York City to the peaks of the Canadian Rockies to the beaches of California. The pursuit heats up as combatants switch sides and the world joins forces as the rebels find adventure, music and love.

Mystique Rising is available on

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Can Authors be Rock Stars?(From the Best of Jim Devitt Collection)

Can Authors be Rock Stars?

[Contributing author Jim Devitt is presently unavailable. Please enjoy this column from our special collection: “Jim Devitt sings the greatest hits of Slim Whitman.”—ed.]

Pop culture, famous “A” list actors and mega sports stars fill the media spotlight. Huge numbers of fans flock to be a part of the “in” crowd or to see their hero in person. Jimmy Buffett, Phish, Lady Gaga or Kenny Chesney  sellout concerts in less than twenty minutes.

All performers and athletes connect with their fans causing everything from mild hysteria to crazy outfits and painted faces. The old black and white clips of fainting girls in the presence of Elvis or the Beatles has become an indelible image in our history. Continue reading “Can Authors be Rock Stars?(From the Best of Jim Devitt Collection)”

Week 24 Flash Fiction Challenge: Easy Money

Photo by K.S. Brooks

Wrangling cattle is a hard way to make a living. Asa Walker was hot and dirty and tired and thirsty. He was shocked at how much prices had gone up since his last trip to Dodge.

He counted out the few silver coins he’d been paid and figured if he bought a bed, bath and a hot meal, he wouldn’t have enough left for a few drinks, a little respectable gambling, nor any to entertain a young lady.

He reckoned at these here prices, a man would pretty near have to rob a bank to stand half a chance of a decent night’s entertainment. That was when the idea struck him…

In 250 words or less, tell me a story incorporating the elements in the picture. The 250 word limit will be strictly enforced.

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