Author Archives: Editor

Reaching Readers & Breaking Through The Indie Noise

It’s a crowded, busy and noisy place out there in Indie Publishing land. Here’s some thoughts from iWriteReadRate Founder, Adam Charles, on what’s happening and what you should think about as an Indie author… Continue reading

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VoteForMyeBook.com – Monthly Competition Winner – November 2012

Congratulations to the October winner of our monthly VoteForMyeBook competition. In case you missed it when we originally launched this competition, the prize is a fantastic professional mini-critique by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy. Voted for by iWRR members, the winner this month is…drum roll please! Continue reading

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Cornerstones Mini-Critique Feedback & Advice – The Jade Dragonfly by Caitlin McColl (VoteForMyeBook Oct Winner)

This post is to share the mini-critique and writing advice from leading UK Literary Consultancy, Cornerstones, in relation to Caitlin McColl’s ebook, The Jade Dragonfly. Caitlin won our October 2012 VoteForMyeBook.com competition. Here’s the feedback and response from Cornerstones and Caitlin. Continue reading

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Cornerstones Critique Feedback & Writing Advice – Herald of Freedom by Pip Morgan (VoteForMyeBook Sept Winner)

This post is to share the mini-critique and writing advice from leading UK Literary Consultancy, Cornerstones, in relation to Pip Morgan’s ebook, Herald of Freedom. Pip won our September 2012 VoteForMyeBook.com competition. Here’s the feedback and response from Cornerstones and Pip. Continue reading

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Win this Nexus 7 by Discovering Undiscovered Stories

Here it is, folks. This is the actual Nexus 7 you could win by reading iWriteReadRate ebooks. Discover undiscovered stories, read and this awesome tablet could be yours. Continue reading

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Interview with Tahlia Newland from Awesome Indies

We’re committed to bringing you insight from industry insiders. Continuing our interview series we’re delighted to post this interview with Tahlia Newland from Awesome Indies, who are focused around quality books by independent authors. Their aim, similarly to ours, is to “promote professional standard indie published books.” Continue reading

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November VoteForMyeBook.com Shortlist – eBooks To Vote For Now!

Hey everyone. Check out our October monthly ebook competition hosted on our micro-site VoteForMyeBook.com. Here’s some further details about the five October shortlisted writers and their ebooks – cast your vote on who wins this month now, your ebook could be listed next month! Continue reading

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VoteForMyeBook.com – Monthly Competition Winner – October 2012

Congratulations to the October winner of our monthly VoteForMyeBook competition. In case you missed it when we originally launched this competition, the prize is a fantastic mini-critique by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy. Voted for by iWRR members, the winner this month is…drum roll please! Continue reading

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Win a Google Nexus 7 32GB by Reading & Rating eBooks

Yes, you heard us correctly. We’ve got a brand new and shiny Google Nexus 7 32GB to give away to a lucky iWriteReadRater. The Nexus 7 is a fantastic multi-use and portable tablet and we think it’s a great prize for our new competition. Continue reading

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Ending UK VAT on eBooks Makes Sense

For quite some time now there has been numerous discussions and even a petition to the UK government about ending the nonsensical full VAT (Sales Tax) rate on ebooks. This is in stark and pointed contrast to the fact that print books are exempt from VAT. Continue reading

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