by Blake “Crash” Priddle
Read IndieReader’s interview with Blake “Crash” Priddle, author of Good Morning, Blake, where he also shares his advice for other indie authors.
What’s the main reason someone should really read this book?
Blake “Crash” Priddle, author
I feel that others on the spectrum, their families and those in their lives like teachers, might find comfort in many familiar issues autistic people face. Some may be inspired from reading what I’ve gone through, survived and thrived. Readers who have little or no experience about autism (besides Rain Man or the Good Doctor), will gain compassion for folks that are ‘different’.
“I needed to remind myself to appreciate the time I have been given and the precious moments I have at home with my kids. I am realizing how fast time does go and how fast kids grow up.”Jessica Calic, author of Can I Have Pancakes for Breakfast?
by Ruth Stanley
The Edges of Lean podcast guested Tellwell author Ruth Stanley in one of their episodes, featuring her historical memoir, A Different Type of Bombshell.
My father spent the war in drag. Yes indeed, he was a brunette bombshell known as Trixie. He was a Canadian soldier trained in combat who was just “one of the boys” until he transformed into a female impersonator with the Tin Hats. This all-Canadian military entertainment unit was the first Canadian Concert Party in the Second World War.Ruth Stanley, A Different Type of Bombshell
By Zanne Raby
Sci-Fi author Suzanne Raby, who invested in our marketing outreach, joins Amanda Kalhous in her podcast WMN Canada – Women’s Mentoring Network of Canada. Listen to this episode here:
Check out her sci-fi series here.
by Melissa A Macdonald
Children’s book author Melissa Macdonald is here to talk about donor conception. Told from a donor-conceived child’s perspective, this book aims to promote a greater understanding of how families can come in different forms.
Read her interview with The Standard here!
by Alan Hustwick
Read Alan’s advice to fellow authors in his interview with IndieReader. Real Procurement Transformation is IndieReader Approved, receiving a four-star review!
Even though the subject is heavy, the author delivers it in a light manner, emphasizing the great things that were born out of this unique experience, like some life-long friendships and romances. Actually, after reading the whole book, it seems that the characters needed the virus in order to rediscover themselves.Laura Bach, OnlineBookClub.org
by Nicole Martin Salter
A five-star rating for Nicole Martin Salter’s Warrior in the Mud!
Read the full review on IndieReader!
Nicole Martin Salter’s WARRIOR IN THE MUD is an uplifting memoir of an extraordinary life, written with skill, insight, and no small amount of courage.Anthony Aycock, IndieReader
PEPPERED shows the ripple effect one person can have on countless others, whether it’s just for a moment or years at a time. How different lives can weave between each other in unexpected ways and change them in the blink of an eye.Jessica Thomas, IndieReader
Mystical Force: Vol. 1 Stranger in a Strange Land is a riveting fantasy adventure novel that consistently engages readers. This is a fantastic starting point for a genre blending series that takes modern earth and inserts some intriguing science fiction ideas to create a page-turning adventure.Literary Titan
Monique Gliozzi has the gift of grabbing and sustaining the attention of readers with the lively characters, the dark intrigue, and the unexpected twists. The characters are elaborately developed, genuinely flawed, and sophisticated. The superb world-building leaves any reader with a strong sense of place so vividly portrayed it becomes alive in the reader’s imagination.Jane Riley, The Book Commentary
Well organized, easy to understand, and beautifully illustrated, EATING THESE FOODS MAKES ME… is an excellent introduction to basic nutrition concepts for early readers.Edward Sung, IndieReader
Cheers to another month of achievements!