This February, we’d love to hear from more of you, and so we are happy to announce that we’ll be offering free interviews all month long.
The format will be 15-20 transcribed questions about you, your writing, and your future plans. We’ll even add in the opportunity to name-drop your favorite authors.
Drop us a message on the contact form below and we’ll send over some questions. Complete, at your convenience, and return, and we’ll then post on the website and share across all our social platforms — Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, etc.
Looking forward to hearing from you all!
Emma and The Team
Oh, and before we forget, be sure to add Emma@IndieBookButler.com to your address book — we don’t want our questions hiding away in your spam/junk folders. All questions will be sent within 12 hours.
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February Interviews already live:
Vanessa Perry, author of the upcoming horror novel Wildflowers.
Danielle Larsen, author of the memoir From Voiceless To Vocal, which chronicles the years she spent with an abusive partner.
Paul Hook, author of several novels and short stories.
Bob Stone, young adult and picture book author, and bookshop owner.
R.L. Parker, fantasy author, storyteller, and RPG gamer.
SR Garrae, author of the Casey & Carval crime fiction series.
Kristy Mickelsen, who writes both nonfiction from her real-life experiences as well as fictional romance.
B. Fox, who has just realised their debut novel – Paper Castles.
John Bennardo, who promises to keep you laughing throughout his first full novel.
Ruth Estevez, writer of fiction, upper YA and adult, and lucky enough to be published with three different Northern Indie presses.
Charlie King, who has recently published his first children’s book, Lizzie’s Dream Journal.
Christian Freed, who weaves worlds using use his degree in military history, his personal combat experience, and over 20 years in the active-duty Army.
Robin G. Smith, an enthusiastic writer of fact and fiction books, both for an adult audience and children.
Grace Tierney, whose unusual-word inspired books need checking out, you galoot of a slush-funding idler!
Elizabeth Duffield-Fuller, the author of the upcoming historical romance novel, The Heir of Drymote.
Erik S. Meyers, author of both a business book and an adult LGBTQ historic fiction novel.