Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Book Blogger Spotlight Bookaholic - Indies Unlimited

There is great excitement here today on Bookaholic. As a blogger I have been interviewed by the amazing Indies Unlimited Blog. For those of you who don't know, Indies Unlimited is a site which supports and celebrates Independent authors. Their blog is one of the best I have read and is well worth following if you are a reader or an indie author. They are currently running a series  highlighting book bloggers. I can tell you I was both surprised and giddy with excitement when I was asked if I would like to be interviewed. I consider it a great honour.

Find out more about me as a reader and an author at the Indies Unlimited Blog. I can guarantee there will be things you don't know about me in here. It will be great to see you there and feel free to ask any questions or leave a message.

Thank you Indies Unlimited for the opportunity.

Normal service will be resumed Shortly on Bookaholic. See you all soon.


  1. Congrats, Wendy!
    I always enjoy interviews both as the interviewer and ee.
    Going to the blog now.

  2. I found you when I read the Indies Unlimited interview. I, too, love their posts and almost always find something of value to me as an Indie author. I was glad to meet you there as I am continuously on the prowl for reviews for my Christian/inspirational books. ( I'm contacting you via comment because I couldn't spot any other way.) Would you please consider reviewing my latest book Every Hill and Mountain? You may read about it and contact me if interested via my website: Thanks for blogging about books. Blessings on your efforts!

  3. Deborah. I have looked at your book and it looks like something I would enjoy. I would be happy to review it. You can contact me at I look forward to hearing from you

  4. Here via Indies Unlimited - great blog. Good luck with your writing.

  5. Just so you know, my books are labeled Christian Fantasy, but they're not typical fantasy. One reviewer called them Sci-fi without the Sci-fi because the characters are so much more developed than is typical. Hope you like them. Thanks again.

    1. No problem Debbie. Will read and review. Might be a couple of weeks before I get to it though

  6. Hello!
    I am Dr. Keshab Chandra Mandal, an Indian, an author of gender and development studies, like to collaborate on the above subject, if agreed, respond:

  7. Well done, Wendy! Off to have a read now. :-)