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That 4-Letter Word (That's Actually 5) | INDIE

Nora Roberts May Want To Kick My Backside

Aspiring actors are waiters.


Aspiring writers are…what, baristas?


And indie authors are just aspiring writers that want to get found and are mucking up the book-o-verse with their hack-job writing until a real publisher swoops in on their white steed of money to rescue the author from the evil clutches of obscurity.


Happily ever after. Right?


Uh, may I please have a big dollop of “Nope.”


Right there, on top of my organic hot mint tea blend.


Thank you. *sip* Mmmm, yummy.


Yes, now.


Right.


Indie authors. About them.


They are the real deal.


Not all of them, of course. Because not everyone is your cup of tea. But as a group, they are smart business people, as well as mastering their craft (writing). In many ways, they are better overall for readers than any “big name” “big industry” published writer.


And as I have no fear of James Patterson or Nora Roberts knocking on my door and wanting to bop me in the kisser for saying it, I will say it again…


Indie writers are better for readers.


Oh, and if you think I won’t tell you why at length then you are new to my blog.


This is my brand new blog subject series I’ll be going into in-depth, and all in the vein of helping you, the reader, find your next favorite author.


The title of the blog series is: Why indie writers are better for readers.


The blog subtitle is: Nora Roberts May Want To Call Me Out For This Like West Side Story, But If She Did And We Met That’d Be Pretty Cool As I’m A Fan.



So please settle up and buckle in.


I’ve got some blogging to do…starting next week.


(Yep, this was the new blog series intro. Or the teaser trailer, whichever you prefer.)


(And there may be some swooning as well. So prepare yourself.)


(Read somewhere soft. Or with a spotter. It’s wise.)


(I could swoon you at any time.)

Stephanie Writt

Writer, instructor, graphic artist and all around lovely soul, with a generous sense of humor (yes, I am totally writing this myself), takes delight in sharing her geeky knowledge and ridiculous joy in reading, writing and business. As the current Director of Operation at WMG Publishing Inc., she has the privilege and mischievous pleasure in writing this blog every week. 

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With Nora (Possibly, But Unlikely, But Maybe) On The Hunt For Me, I Was Inspired To Share This With You...

Her family called her Hilda, before the war, before the Great Wulf murdered them all with his mind. Now the war has ended, leaving Europe in ruin, and the remaining Nazis have scattered. Hilda hunts them, but really, she hunts him. 


And thanks to an old friend, she has tracked him to Argentina. She should kill him, but she has doubts. She won’t know if she can until they’re face to face, until the time comes for one of them to die.


“…the always impressive Rusch can successfully tackle any genre she sets her sights on.”

—Barnes & Noble.com (Editor’s Pick) on Hitler’s Angel

 

“Chilling murders, mind-blowing suspense, a touch of time travel and a bit of romance combine to a thought-provoking, entertaining vacation from reality.”

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