May Blogfest

Indies Unlimited LogoHowdy y’all! How about we dust off our blogs and post a link to them below during our Indies Unlimited blog-fest!

This is how it works: If you are an author, publisher, publicist, literary agent, librarian, book reviewer, (or especially a book-lover), etc., in the comments below, paste in the link for your blog, with a one sentence description of what you feature.

Show some love on the blogs in the comments above yours, by clicking over and adding them to your blogroll, liking some posts, or leaving a comment, even if that comment is nothing more than “Indies Unlimited sent me.” Be sure to check back throughout the day to catch up. (Remember: If you right-click the link, you can open it in a new tab so you don’t have to constantly page back and forth.) PLEASE only ONE link per person. Additional links WILL be DELETED. Not kidding!

This should be fun and should generate a lot of followers for everyone who plays. We’ll kick things off with ours – don’t forget to subscribe to us here at Indies Unlimited! Let’s get the party started!

PLEASE be sure to reciprocate by liking those who like you. This is give and take. If everyone plays by the golden rule, we all benefit.

Author: Administrators

All Indies Unlimited staff members, including the admins, are volunteers who work for free. If you enjoy what you read here - all for free - please share with your friends, like us on Facebook and Twitter, and if you don't know how to thank us for all this great, free content - feel free to make a donation! Thanks for being here.

48 thoughts on “May Blogfest”

    1. As long as you are not phased out, Yvonne. I felt compelled to say this. Don’t know why. That’s writers for you. What a weird bunch, eh?

      1. Just mail me a .mobi or .pdf file, to rayca7 @, but please check with me first because there are a few genres (very few) that I don’t read. If you don’t have an e-file, only a paperback, let me know and I can give you my snail mail address.

    1. I followed your blog, Michael, but couldn’t make a comment because comments are restricted to team members.

    1. I was reading about the murder of the mother with four young children. I understand that the police would want to ‘solve’ the case but couldn’t they have found the real murderer?

  1. I blog spasmodically at I review books and talk a bit about indie publishing. I also review theatre and music that have made an impression on me. And have the occasional rant, which might be about anything at all.

  2. Hi Everyone,

    My blog is mostly about the status of my word search book series, my short stories (mostly posted on Indies Unlimited), a short story book I am working on, and whatever else comes to my mind. You’re welcome to stop in for a visit anytime at:

    IBCNU Joe

    1. Joe, visited your website but couldn’t find how to comment or follow it..

  3. I’m an Indie fantasy author. My blog explores various topics for fantasy fiction fans, like why I write fantasy, or (a recent post) why vampire fiction doesn’t suck. I try to cater to readers and writers, as well as fans of my books.

    Looking forward to checking out the blogs already mentioned.

  4. Hello Indies.
    I haven’t got any followers. (tears to be shed before continuing) So I hope this doesn’t rule me out. Not everyone writes funny books about dead people. I might be the only one on the planet on Oh, what a tragedy! If this doesn’t move you please swallow a bucket of naughty pills immediately. Or at least position your sharpened axe next to your carotid artery and press. Scrap that! I’ve just realized I would have fewer potential readers. Damn!

    1. Hey Alan, it would help if you put a live link so people can easily click through to your site. 🙂 Make sure to include the http:// so people don’t have to work for it.

  5. Perhaps that is because you don’t have a follow button on your site. Or if you do it is not easy to find. I see that quite a bit. It’s a common omission. If you add one I’ll be happy to follow you.

  6. Hello, everyone. I blog about my own writing of historical fiction (just finishing third book in 19th Century Canada, first two set in Scotland and Australia), topics related to writing (Monday Musings, Friday Fooling Around), interview other writers, and sometimes dip into memoir. I also like to participate in challenges (A to Z Blogging Challenge, NaNoWriMo) and online writing communities (A Round of Words in 80 Days and 10 Minute Novelists), all inspirational.

Comments are closed.