When you are an independent author, are you just an author?

Posted on: April 1st, 2014 by Kayte M
Assigned categories: Articles, IHB Contributor Writes
When you are an independent author, are you just an author?

By author A.D. Winch.  Recently, I was asked to visit a school as a guest author. Some of the students had read my novel. Others had not. The teacher gave me a clear brief, and this was “please talk about the practicalities of being an author.” My initial thought was “I am an author. I write. I can’t run a … Continue reading

A Look Into “This Writer’s Life” & An Excerpt of His Book

Posted on: March 25th, 2014 by Kayte M
Assigned categories: Articles, IHB Contributor Writes
A Look Into "This Writer's Life" & An Excerpt of His Book

By Jeffrey Perren. Up before dawn — make tea for me, coffee for the wife. Check emails — marketing tasks, correspondence with beta readers, and miscellaneous. So far, that doesn’t sound very exciting. But that’s the business side of things. I leave as much of that as I can to my publicist — remembering how blessed I am to have one … Continue reading

Benefits of Reading Novels

Posted on: February 28th, 2013 by David M.
Assigned categories: Articles, IHB Contributor Writes

      By Bakul Sikr on May 12, 2011 Books are known as best friends of human beings for centuries, as they are capable of providing us support, joy, historical information and other important details, whenever required. Nowadays, we can get the reading material on almost every subject based on literature, thrillers, action or romance novels. Initially, books were … Continue reading