Indie Author Day

indie-author-dayTomorrow, all across the land, libraries will be celebrating independent authors. It’s a natural collaboration, although harder to make the connection than you might think.

It’s the usual problem of discoverability – letting libraries know our books are available through their preferred channels – combined with the obsolescing notion that self-published books must be inferior. That might have been true once upon a time and there are certainly still plenty of cringe-worthy indie works out there, but increasingly, indie books are where the midlist – engaging, original, well-written books that aren’t trendy enough for an airport.

Come out and see for yourself!

I’m doing my presentation about Business Plans for Creative People, mostly about defining goals but other parts also, at 4:00 in the San Antonio West branch of BiblioTech

Here’s the whole San Antonio program.


2505 Pleasanton Road, San Antonio TX 78221

Cynthia Levesque, Blogging and Social Media – Is it for me?

11:00AM – MEET THE AUTHORS (table event)
Jerry Frazier – Mystery/History
Alex Bexar – Science Fiction
Jo Condrill – Nonfiction, Self-Help
Andrea Stehle – Science Fiction/Fantasy
Nicholas Paschall – Horror
Richard Poe – Literary Fiction

A’Mera Frieman – Breaking the Line Books



2003 S. Zarzamora, Bldg. 10, San Antonio, TX 78207

Robin Cutler – Director, IngramSpark
Kiera Parrott – Reviews Director, Library Journal
Jim Blanton – Chair, Kentucky Public Library Association
L. Penelope – Author, Paranormal & Fantasy Romance
Jon Fine, Moderator – Publishing Relations,

Diamond Wilson, Ten Ways to Build Your Platform

Jim Slattery, Self-Publishing

3:00PM – MEET THE AUTHORS (table event)
Jeffrey Truitt – Children’s
Gail Hart – Romance
Sally Jane Driscoll – Nonfiction, History
Michael Earney – Children’s and YA
Bob Doerr – Mystery, Thriller
Jim Slattery – Fiction, Social Science

Anna Castle, Business Plans for Creative People

The Rest of the Nation

You can look up your locality up on the main page. If your library isn’t on there, call or write to express your profound indignation and your assumption that they will get with the program in 2017. Harrumph!

Where to Buy

  • Buy on AppleBooks
  • Buy on Amazon
  • Buy on Barnes & Noble
  • Buy from Google Play
  • Buy from Kobo
  • Buy from Audible

My books are also available at at Amazon in the UK, Australia, Canada, and Germany as well as IndieBound, Powell’s, Scribd, Indigo Chapters, Books-a-Million, and Chirp.