Spotlighting the Indie Author

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

35 episodes of Spotlighting the Indie Author since the first episode, which aired on February 26th, 2020.

  • Episode 10: Book Review – Red Sandy Cat Detective, by JA Stone

    August 15th, 2020  |  31 mins 36 secs
    book review, cats, crime, dogs, drugs, humorous, independent author, ja stone, murder, mystery, podcast, red sandy cat detective, satire

    Book Review - Red Sandy Cat Detective. This is fictional humorous satire about cats. Not ordinary felines, but badge and gun toting cats, one has nicotine habit the other has never lost a claw fight. Their job, to keep alley town and the surrounding area safe.

  • Episode 9: Book Review/Author Chat - Muerte - Death is What I Do by John W. Wood

    August 1st, 2020  |  30 mins 14 secs
    black ops, book review, book review muerte - death is what i do, drug cartels, human trafficking, indie author, indie author john w wood, interview, muerte - death is what i do

    Book Review - _Muerte - Death is What I Do. Can a black ops Speed-Killer infiltrate the drug cartel and stop the drug and sex traffic in Sin City and around the world. The host will also talk to the author of this action packed thriller, John W. Wood.

  • Episode 8: Book Review - The Boy Who Saw in Colours by Lauren Robinson

    July 15th, 2020  |  28 mins 9 secs
    book review, hitler, indie author, lauren robinson, literary titan book award, nazi, the boy who saw in colours, world war ii

    A 12 year old boy, Josef is growing up in Germany during the Nazi uprising, and World War II. Will he survive, will his family stay intact? Does the family support The Mustached Man or are they divided.

  • Episode 7: Book Review/Author Chat - We’re all Liars…101 Ways to Live the Truth by Robert Biehn

    July 1st, 2020  |  36 mins 28 secs
    book review we’re all liars…101 ways to live the truth, book reviews, indie author, interview robert biehn, interviews, ms, ms warrior, robert biehn, self-help, we’re all liars

    Book Review of "We're all Liars...101 Ways to Live the Truth" by Robert Biehn. Are you like George Washington and never tell a lie? Maybe the Cherry tree story was made up? When you are asked, "How do I look?" Do you reply “You look great”, to spare feelings. Did you know that just because you are together, doesn’t mean you should be. Join us and our Special Guest Robert Biehn to learn more about living the truth.

  • Episode 6: Author Chat with Lauren Robinson Author of The Boy Who Saw in Colours

    June 15th, 2020  |  38 mins 32 secs
    debut novel, elite nazi schools, germany, hilter, historical fiction, lauren robinson, new book release, northern ireland author, the boy who saw in colours, ww 2

    No matter what type of genre you like, whether you enjoy history and historical fiction, or prefer a heart-filled story about humanity itself Lauren Robinson has written a novel for you. Join us as Lauren Robinson discusses The Boy Who Saw In Colours

  • Episode 5: Whats Coming Up Next

    June 4th, 2020  |  14 mins 45 secs
    avery sterling, j.b. lion, ja stone, john w wood, lauren robinson, muerte - death it's what i do, red sandy cat detective, robert biehn, the boy who saw in colours, the cardinals code, the seventh spark, we’re all liars 101 ways to live the truth

    Episode 5 of Spotlighting the Indie Author is going to be a little different from the previous episodes. The hosts Joseph Clay and Kelli Winkler will be discussing the books and guest that will be featured on Spotlighting the Indie Author in the last six months of 2020.

  • Episode 4: Author Chat with Joseph Clay Author/Blogger/Entrepreneur and Podcast Host

    May 15th, 2020  |  41 mins 29 secs
    669 brimstone circle, demons of the jungle, interview of joseph clay, podcast, witch's dilemma, writing tips

    Today’s Podcast, Episode 4 is sure to be filled with excitement and packed full of attitude along with being a ton of fun. Why? This is Nina Turnipseed's first interview ever and her guest, the man himself, Joseph Clay, Indie Author, Entrepreneur, and Nina's boss.
    Nina is on a quest to find out what makes Joseph tick. Her questions won’t be easy ones.

  • Episode 3: Book Review - Promise Me Always by G. Michelle

    May 1st, 2020  |  23 mins 49 secs
    book review, erotica, g michelle, independent author, interviews, podcast, promise me always, spotlighting the indie author

    Nina Turnipseed is flying solo in Episode 3 of Spotlighting The Indie Author. Nina will be reviewing Promise Me Always by: G. Michelle an Indie Author. Promise Me Always falls in the genre of Romantic Erotica. This is G. Michelle's first published novel....

  • Show Teaser

    April 11th, 2020  |  3 mins 1 sec
    indie book reviews, indie interviews, indie publishing, online magazine., publishing advice, writing tips, writting advice

    What is Spotlighting the Indie Author all about? The Show Teaser answers all your questions and introduces you to Nina Turnipseed and Joseph Clay the hosts of Spotlighting the Indie Author. The hosts do this while trying their best not to get on each other’s nerves, which hardly ever happens. They couldn’t even make it three minutes.

  • Episode 2: Book Review - Woman With a Gun by Phillip Margolin

    April 1st, 2020  |  25 mins 31 secs
    book blurb, cover art, indie author, line/scence breaks, phillip margolin, sleight of hand, the perfect alibi, woman with a gun, writing tips

    Joseph Clay is flying solo in Episode 2 of Spotlighting The Indie Author. This episode is more than a book review of Woman With A Gun* by: Phillip Margolin. Joseph, after the review covers what the Independent Author can learn from Phillip Margolin's writing style...

  • Episode 1: Book Review - Hotel 66 - by Michael King

    February 26th, 2020  |  10 mins 14 secs
    hotel 66, independent author, joseph clay, joseph e clay dot com podcast, michael king, nina turnipseed, podcast, writing tips, writing wisdom

    Book Review of Hotel 66 written by Independent Author Michael King. How many stars will Nina and Joseph award this book? Will the book make the cut or deemed not worth the readers time or money. Maybe the tale deserves a round of applause from Nina and Joe?