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Introducing Indie Authors

Introducing Indie Authors

By Jools Aguemont
In "Introducing Indie Authors" I interview independently and self-published authors from all over the world. We talk about the writing process, how they started their journey and - of course - their books.

Find all episodes here as well: joolsaguemont.wixsite.com/writing/blog/categories/podcast
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Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 8: Kaitlyn Keller
In this episode I had the pleasure of talking to Kaitlyn Keller, the author of Splitter, a new adult horror novel based around video games, as well as Mark of Favor, a young adult paranormal romance that focuses on Japanese mythology. Listen to Kaitlyn talk about her love for Japanese culture, keeping an open mind and starting a book with the characters.
26:55
March 6, 2021
Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 7: Dawn Hosmer
I had the pleasure to speak to indie author Dawn Hosmer. Dawn lives in Ohio and loves true crime reading, coloring, board games, traveling and the beach. Dawn has a passion for helping others and spent her career in social work in a variety of positions. Listen to her talk about her writing journey, one of her books, „Bits and Pieces“ and how adjusting our views when faced with hardship is her idea of freedom
33:54
January 23, 2021
Introducing Indie Authors - A Short Introduction
You can find all the podcast episodes, links to the authors' books and some more information about them (including extremely cute cat pictures) on my blog: https://joolsaguemont.wixsite.com/writing
02:23
October 13, 2020
Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 6: Lee Evie
I had the pleasure to speak to Lee Evie author of the historical novel "Promise Season". Lee grew up in a village close to a rainforest which is still one of her favourite places on earth. She loves history and enjoys the research that goes into her books a lot. Listen to  Lee talk about her writing journey and the publishing process. Find out about her beginnings as a writer and her upcoming projects.
28:49
October 13, 2020
Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 5: Al Riney
I had the pleasure to speak to Al Riney author of the middle grade novel "Sergeant Pepper and Mr Paws". Al lives in Tennessee with his wife and teenage son. One of his ancestors was Zachariah Riney who taught President Abraham Lincoln in a one-room school in Kentucky. Following in his footsteps, Al is an English teacher now. In his free time, he enjoys PC games and movies and loves campfires and the peace of a mountain lake. Listen to Al talk about his writing journey and the publishing process. Find out about his beginnings as a writer and his upcoming projects. This episode was first published in August 2020 and has been moved to anchor and spotify in October 2020.
19:54
October 11, 2020
Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 4: Francine Garson
I had the pleasure to speak to Francine Garson author of the upmarket fiction novel "Follow the Leader". Listen to Francine talk about her writing journey, the publishing process and why she loves being a self published author. Find out about her beginnings as a writer and her upcoming projects. This episode was first published in June 2020 and has been moved to anchor and spotify in October 2020.
30:06
October 11, 2020
Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 3: Trevor A. Dutcher
I had the pleasure to speak to Trevor A. Dutcher author of the steampunk adventure novel "Michael McGillicuddy and the most amazing Race". Trevor's interests include photography and cooking. During lockdown, he even started to bake his own bread. His favorite places are Yosemite or Sonoma. Listen to Trevor talk about inspiration, his writing journey, the publishing process and how he became an Indie Author. Find out about his beginnings as a writer and his upcoming projects. This episode was first published in May 2020 and has been moved to anchor and spotify in October 2020.
18:13
October 11, 2020
Introducing Indie Authors - Epidose 2: Sarah E. Glenn and Gwen Mayo
I had the pleasure to speak to Sarah E. Glenn and Gwen Mayo, authors of the cosy mystery "Murder at the Million Dollar Pier". Listen to them talk about inspiration, their writing journey and how they manage to write a stories together. This episode was first published in May 2020 and has been moved to anchor and spotify in October 2020.
24:37
October 11, 2020
Introducing Indie Authors - Episode 1: Sarah Sutton
I had the pleasure to speak to Sarah Sutton, author of the YA romance novel "What are friends for?" Listen to Sarah talk about inspiration, her writing journey, the publishing process and how she became an Indie Author. Find out about her beginnings as a writer and her upcoming projects. This episode was first published in April 2020 and has been moved to anchor and spotify in October 2020.
20:45
October 11, 2020