A number of years ago I began a blog called Ink Drop Interviews where I showcased indie authors and their work. I thought of it as my way of paying it forward. Along the way, the blog grew to include ‘Reviews‘ as well. Click on an author’s name or a book title and look around. If you think you’d like to participate in an interview, click on the ‘contact’ tab.
(I regret to say that due to a recent increase in my work load, I am unable to accept requests for reviews at this time.)
Brad Carl – Kenyan Smith – Sha Renee – Jillian Bullock – Linda Westphal – John Rataczak – Siafa B Neal – Eric Mondschein – Margaret Mal – Lianne Miller – Nancy Christie – Paul H Landes – Jack Kearney – Claudette Melanson – D. G. Driver – Omar K. Mills – Doug Richardson – Brenda Sutton Rose – Laura McNeill – Doreen Pendgracs – Rohini Singh – Aleksandar Veljic – Wade Fransson – Jacob Power
The Art of Keeping Secrets, by Patti Callahan Henry – Troubleshooting Your Novel, by Steven James – Keepsake, by Kristina Riggle – A Man Called Ove, by Fredrik Backman – The Deepest Secret, by Carla Buckley – Once In A Lifetime, by Jayne Nichols – Here I Stand, by Jillian Bullock – Rogue Lawyer, by John Grisham – The Munich Girl, by Phyllis Edgerly Ring – The Secret of Magic, by Deborah Johnson – Running In Heels, by Mary Ann Perez – Artifice, by Lianne Miller – A Land More Kind Than Home, by Wiley Cash – The Optimist’s Daughter, by Eudora Welty – Plan B, by Jonathan Tropper – Ethan Frome, by Edith Wharton – Pretty Baby, by Mary Kubica – The First Phone Call From Heaven, by Mitch Albom – The Good Girl, by Mary Kubica – Daddy Love, by Joyce Carol Oates – The Healing, by Jonathan Odell – Things You Won’t Say, by Sarah Pekkanen – Dogwood Blues, by Brenda Sutton Rose – Ten Days, by Janet Gilsdorf – I’ve Got You Under My Skin, by Mary Higgins Clark – Touch & Go, by Lisa Gardner – Family Pictures, by Jane Green – The Lost Ones, by Ace Atkins – The Last Victim, by Karen Robards – Left Neglected, by Lisa Genova – Still Alice, by Lisa Genova – Best Staged Plans, by Claire Cook – Mr. Mercedes, by Stephen King – The Burgess Boys, by Elizabeth Strout – Lila, by Marilynne Robinson – Sweet Salt Air, by Barbara Delinsky – Don’t Go, by Lisa Scottoline – One Moment, One Morning, by Sarah Rayner
For a complete archive of all past interviews and reviews, please visit the Ink Drop Interview Blog