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FACT: Indie authors don’t always see a big pay day when they get started. After you’ve put enough books out there, perhaps the royalty checks begin to look better – even to the point that you can quit your day job. A major publisher might come along and offer you a multi book deal once the sales and buzz are there. You might even land a movie deal if your book has taken the world by storm.  These are wonderful moments that deserve a gre»
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Independent online based Christian music webzine, indievisionmusic.com, is proud to announce their latest free digital compilation titled “Punk Never Dies Vol. 2″ Click here to download. “Punk Never Dies Vol. 1” was first dreamt up by site owner, Brandon Jones, back in the The post Indie Vision Music Announces Punk Never Dies Vol. 2 appeared first on MicErnest.com.
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Colorado Springs, Colo.  – - On the heels of a successful Kickstarter campaign, indie sister duo The Sonflowerz release their new EP Love Walked In tomorrow, September 10.  Available at Sonflowerz.com and through digital service providers including Amazon and iTunes, the six-track Love Walked In was The post Following Successful Kickstarter Campaign, Indie Sister Duo The Sonflowerz Release New EP Love Walked In appeared first on MicErn»
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{Image courtesy of Markuso / FreeDigitalPhotos.net}   Indiegogo. I just want to say Indiegogo over and over again!   Have you contributed to an Indiegogo campaign? These campaigns use crowdfunding to bring exposure to causes and gather resources to raise money for projects. Our friend Mickie DeVries found a campaign worth sharing!   Enter Kite []
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Living the Dream as an Independent Author! I’ve seen them hiding in my bushes, waiting to grab a quick image of me as I walk out of my front door. People are lined up down the streets waiting to have me throw my signature on the front cover of their book and smile for a quick selfie with them. My book is soaring up the charts of the best sellers list. Quitting my day job is at hand. My life has been flipped upside down by the unbelievable succe»
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It would be nothing short of foolish to turn down an invitation to get an inside look at the mind of Clark Gregg. Having recently won a healthy fan base with his frenetic, childish glee, Gregg could not have chosen a better time to launch Trust Me. Not unlike the Oscar-winning Argo, Gregg’s Hollywood-set blend of fantasy and reality pokes fun at the culture from whence it hails, delivering an uproarious, yet sentimental picture of the high pric»
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Photo Credit: me Bridgeport Coffee Chicago IL You know this scene. The scream of espresso machines. Indie rock music plucking away in the background. Flowers displayed in empty coke bottles decorating an array of colorfully mismatched tables. The aroma of freshly brewed fair trade coffee drifting through the room filled with artfully disheveled-looking twenty-somethings and the occasional middle-aged man with a very impressive beard.   Yes. You»
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I’m your classic hipster-esk, indie, bloggy, muso stay at home mom with coffee snob and sarcastic connotations. But let’s put all that labeling aside. I find that with my age, and as I seek wisdom, and as I overcome fears, and as I humble myself to change, I am becoming who I once was a very long time ago. The unbiased and the free heartThe child I used to be so free. I laughed at what I thought was funny, I said what I wanted to say, I wore»
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Iris Elliott, the indie filmmaking fourteen-year-old from I’m Nobody: The Lost Pages by Alex Marestaing, lives and breathes to create. When she’s not posting on YouTube, you’ll find her sketching storyboards for her latest screenplay or clinging for life to some tree branch in order to get the perfect camera angle.  We caught up to her between takes of her latest project, a documentary of agoraphobic Caleb Reed’s life. Read our intervi»
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Iris Elliott, the indie filmmaking fourteen-year-old from I’m Nobody: The Lost Pages by Alex Marestaing, lives and breathes to create. When she’s not posting on YouTube, you’ll find her sketching storyboards for her latest screenplay or clinging for life to some tree branch in order to get the perfect camera angle.  We caught up to her between takes of her latest project, a documentary of agoraphobic Caleb Reed’s life. Read our intervi»