Blockchain and publishing were right up there with audiobooks for buzz-worthiness. It is looming on the radar and is touted to be the next big thing in the INDIE publishing industry. We are fortunate to have Sean Curley decipher the techno talk for us.
Carol has written over fifty best-selling college textbooks in computer applications and communications for a major US publisher and has authored three award-winning historical fiction novels. She will present at the 2019 Chanticleeer Authors Conference. To find out more about this Chanticleerian, please read on.
Is it still possible for small press and indie authors to get press for their book releases? And if so, how? Allison Vrbova shares her tips and strategies for getting the media's attention.
Ronald E. Yates, Award-winning Author, Professor, & Foreign Correspondent — Panel Moderator and Interviewer at CAC19
“Reading a Book is Like Life: You Live it One Page at a Time.” (Ron Yates) Ron is a former foreign correspondent and Professor Emeritus of Journalism, Dean of the College of Media and is an award-winning historical novelist. Read more about this Pulitzer nominated journalist and Chanticleerian by clicking on this link.
Books are great, the Internet can’t be beaten for looking up and verifying facts quickly, and libraries are awesome. But even better are the academics who write all those books and articles. Award-winning historical fiction author Carol M. Cram shares her knowledge.
For better or worse, as we write, we become! Cami says, "To me this principle feels powerful: By the words we choose to use in our writing, we influence the way we, and our lives, are defined."
10 Question Interview with Multi-Award-Winning Author, MICHELLE RENE – Book Discovery, AuthorLife, Book Marketing
Meet Michelle Rene, creative advocate, and award-winning author in our 10 Question Author Interview series!
A cleverly constructed Christian Mystery wrapped in romance, coated in spiritual longing, with a would-be priest and a serial killer at its core.
There are so many hopefuls gearing up for the United States 2020 election, what’s one more? Meet Lloyd Bruce Miller, a.k.a. Harold the Madman, as he takes you through his bid for the 2020 Presidency.
A daring escape, a wild adventure, and a discovery of a hidden identity are at the heart of this Y/A novel that is sure to whisk readers off to all points Great Britain. A fine story with plenty of color. Recommended.