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4th Update on ‘Indie Saturday’ – Calling On Indie / Self Published Authors!

Hi all! So it’s been eight months since we started this feature on the blog – the ‘Indie Saturday‘ – where we have an *indie author guest post each Saturday and introduce their books to us! It’s gone really well so far and we’ve had some really interesting guest posts! Why did we start this new feature? Well, we really enjoy reading authors’ notes (foreword/afterword) on their books and the regular authors’ posts on the Kindle Editors’ Blog, so we thought we’d give a venue for *indie authors to do so on RandomizeME too.

To keep things interesting, we’ve make sure that each month, the books  generally fall under the same theme. We’ve gone through Christmas, Coming-of-Age, Romantic comedies, Historical Fiction, Inspirational/Religious/Christian, Cozy Mysteries, Children’s Books, Science Fiction, and we’ve just finished up with Thrillers this August!

And here’s the planned themes for the coming months of 2012 (please get in touch with us if you are interested in being featured):

  • September – Fantasy (5 saturdays – all slots filled)
  • October – Supernaturals – Vampires, Shifters, Weres, Demons, Angels, Elves, etc etc (4 saturdays)
  • November – Catch-Up month – we’ll be inviting some authors who have offered to guest post before but could not be accommodated (4 saturdays)

our definition of an indie author = self published (incl those with backlist or out-out-print books) or those aligned with a small publisher

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