Featured Book: Indies Unlimited 2013 Flash Fiction Anthology

IU 2013 Flash Fiction Anthology The Indies Unlimited 2013 Flash Fiction Anthology  features a year’s worth of winning entries from the IndiesUnlimited.com weekly flash fiction challenge. It contains 51 stories by 24 different authors from around the world, with full color pictures by award-winning photographer K. S. Brooks and thought-provoking prompts by five-star author Stephen Hise. From everyone’s favorite caveman named Og to a headsman’s haunted chopping block, there are a myriad of genres and stories to appeal to every taste.

The Indies Unlimited 2013 Flash Fiction Anthology is available at Amazon.com for Kindle, Standard Edition print, Deluxe Edition print, also available at Smashwords and other online bookstores.

Authors with stories in the anthology include: Tui Allen, David Antrobus, Robert K. Blechman, Lynne Cantwell, A.V. Carden, M.T. Decker, Ed Drury, AC Flory, Yvonne Hertzberger, Jacqueline Hopkins, Jon Jefferson, Leonard Little, Marjorie McCoy, Rich Meyer, S.A. Molteni, S P Mount, Matt J Pike, Maggie Rascal/M. P. Witwer, Ben Steele, Kathy Steinemann, Dick C. Waters, Mandy White, Renee Pierce Williams, and Sherri Cook Woosley.

LynneQuisition: Stephen Hise and K.S. Brooks

Interviews by Lynne CantwellWe have two very special guests with us for this IU Blogoversary edition of the LynneQuisition. Direct from the Nerve Center of the Nuclear-Powered DeathStar, and taking a seat in the comfy chairs (we had to bring in a spare from the engine room – it smelled a little funky, but a case of Eysol cleaned it right up!) are our very own Evil Mastermind, Stephen Hise, and his loyal second-in-command, K.S. Brooks. (cue applause)

Thanks so much to both of you for…come on, Kat, let the EM have the original chair….

Um, why don’t we just get started?

Stephen, I know the blog was originally your idea. What made you want to start a blog for indie authors? Continue reading “LynneQuisition: Stephen Hise and K.S. Brooks”

Thrifty Thursday: Wake up and Save!

CoffeeGood morning sleepyheads! The early bird gets the worm. But who wants worms? While they’re doing that, grab your coffee, pull up a chair, and check out these fantastic eBook deals.

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