Meet An Indie Author Monday–Ian Gregoire, #MAIAM

Happy February MAIAM readers! It’s that time of year when we’re inundated with tokens of love. Personally, I don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day, but it’s nice to have something to break-up the monotony between the end of the winter holiday season and the start of the spring holiday season. You know what else breaks up the day-to-day? Getting into a great…

Meet An Indie Author Monday–#MAIAM with Azaaa Davis, urban fantasy writer

MAIAM came late this month, but it seems appropriate after ringing in the new year. But what better way to start a new year than by discovering a new indie author. Azaaa Davis writes urban fantasy and her Demon Hunter series has already begun.                       First things first, what’s the…

MAIAM–Ari Meghlen: Writer, Blogger, Bad Card Player

It’s one of my favorite days on Books by I.L. Cruz (the other being #FourthFridaysforFantasyFoodies)–MAIAM, Meet An Indie Author Monday. Today, I’m happy to introduce an amazing blogger and writer (I’ve never played cards with her, so can’t comment there!), Ari Meghlen. One of the things I love about Ari is how supportive she is of other bloggers and writers,…

MAIAM–Rebecca Howie, The Sam Beckett Mysteries

The days are definitely getting colder and darker. That’s the best time to curl up with a good book–especially a mystery. This month’s featured indie author is Rebecca Howie, writer and blogger of For The Love of Fiction. Definitely check out her website.     First things first, what’s the name of your current book? It’s called A Woman Scorned,…

MAIAM–Catherine Green, aka Spooky Mrs. Green

Summer and autumn are battling it out, but I have reason to be grateful. The weather here is finally showing signs of getting nippy and the holiday season is fast approaching. I’ve always thought Halloween was a great way to usher in a period of time full of whimsy and enchantment. I can think of no one better to interview…

#Character Charades, A writer’s challenge by Rachel Farrimond

This challenge was posted by Rachel Farrimond on her blog. It sounded like fun (and an excellent way to procrastinate while “working” on my novella) and a great way to introduce my readers to my new project. Name the character you have found so difficult to write: My character is Conall Grant. Why was he so challenging: I tend to…