Monthly Archives: January 2015

Author Interview: Khalid Muhammad

I’ll be interviewing authors of all genres as a regular feature of my blog. To maintain consistency, the questions to each author will be similar. Please feel free to comment about the interview. Enjoy! 1. What inspired you to write this book? The book is more inspired by a series of events in Pakistan. When we go backwards […]

What’s In A Great Blog?

I’m pretty new to blogging and am looking for ideas and feedback. As a reader what draws you to a blog? Do you like to read about the process of writing? Would you prefer personal posts? A mixture? Book reviews? Here is some brilliant feedback by Diane Loftis. ( She is a wonderful supporter of […]

International Book Sales

Checking my sales statistics I noticed, I’ve sold ✵ⓈⓅⒾⓁⓉ ⓂⒾⓁⓀ✵, in Japan, Australia, Netherlands, India, Great Britain, Canada, & USA. Exciting! I’ve received a lot of lovely reviews from the US, Canada, & Great Britain. I’d enjoy hearing from readers in the other countries. It would be interesting to me to find out if the […]

What Happened to Free Speech?

The tragic events in Paris prompts me to post something. One of my friends wrote a brilliant editorial on her blog. Please understand, our intent is not disrespect toward Muslims. The majority of those who believe in Islam are peaceful. This editorial is directed at the minority of extremists who give their religion a bad […]

Would You Work For Free?

There seems to be a trend among readers to only download free eBooks. I understand wanting to save money especially when it involves buying a book from an unknown indie author. But I ask, would you work for free? Writers, artists of all kinds, work hundreds of hours honing their craft. Although we do this […]