Christopher Rosow: Author Story

Christopher Rosow: Author Story

Christopher Rosow self-published the first two books in his Ben Porter Series: Book 1, False Assurances and Book 2, Threat Bias. His author story reflects a perfect mix of planning, perseverance and luck. After False Assurances was accepted by a big-name agent, the...
Bruce Rowe, MD: Author Story

Bruce Rowe, MD: Author Story

Dr. Bruce Rowe’s new book is timely, given the focus on our healthcare heroes during this time of COVID-19. He wrote Everything Under the Sun: A Family Doctor’s Reflections on Life, Love, Loss and Renewed Hope in Medicine to inspire and provide hope to people in...
Writing a Memoir: Some Considerations

Writing a Memoir: Some Considerations

By Eric J. Smith, author of Not a Bad Ride: Stories from a Boomer’s Life on the Edge (2015) and Coffee, Steak, and Eggs: 101 Stories from the Wrong Side of Nowhere (2017) Undertaking the Task Before becoming too deeply involved in writing a memoir or autobiography, I...
Author Story: Marlen Suyapa Bodden

Author Story: Marlen Suyapa Bodden

What would compel a best-selling author, whose first book was published by a traditional publisher, to self-publish her second book? Marlen Bodden’s book, The Wedding Gift, was published in 2013 (and reprinted in 2015). Still selling well on Amazon, her book was...
Author Story: Matt Bloom

Author Story: Matt Bloom

Matt Bloom’s closing words in our Author Story interview seem to sum up his approach to life: “You never know until you try.” Matt is the author of the children’s illustrated chapter book series Hello, My Name Is Bunny!, which he co-created with his wife, Shelley...
Author Story: John Leifer

Author Story: John Leifer

Book marketing got you down? Author John Leifer has this advice for first-time indie publishers: Publish for your own gratification, not with the thought of how many books you will sell. As the author and publisher of the Commander John Hart trilogy, John found book...