Indie Roundup: A Look at Exceptional Indie HF of 2014

There were two things I wanted to do when I took over as Managing Editor for the HNS Indie Reviews: 1. Encourage good quality – ...Read Article

Amazon’s ACX (Audio Creation Exchange): How it works

I was lucky enough to be invited down to the 2014 London Book Fair to be part of the Amazon stand and to talk ...Read Article

Indie Roundup: Stand-Out Independently-Published Novels of 2013

Reviewing indie novels for the HNS is not always an easy task. In some cases the reviewer is the first to read the ...Read Article

Steven A McKay talks Robin Hood and how his debut novel Wolf’s Head is storming the Kindle charts

RL: Tell us about your Robin. When and where is it set and why? Is it more on the mythic/fantasy side or ...Read Article

Mark Patton on his novel about Cogidubnus, client King in early Roman Britain

RL: An Accidental King might be subtitled “I, Cogidubnus” – a first person narrative charting the life of a British client king in early ...Read Article

Gordon Doherty on his newest novel, Rise of the Golden Heart, and his Byzantine series tracking the road to Manzikert

RL: The year you write about – 1068 – is usually all about Normans in terms of historical fiction. What drew you eastwards? GD: Exploring the ...Read Article

SJA Turney talks Rome, the Ottoman Empire and earning a living the Indie way

SJA Turney is an Indie published author of Roman military novels who is giving the mainstream-published authors a proper run for their money. ...Read Article

Nigel Wild talks about his debut Nightwalk, set in occupied France

RL: Tell us about your hero, Guy Duplessis. Is he modelled on anyone specific? Will English-language readers respond to his Gallic charms? NW: ...Read Article