Two top authors authors join iAi

Two more independent authors have added their prodigious skills to this authors’ cooperative. Samreen Ahsan is the multi award-winning and barrier-bashing author of A Prayer Series and the new [Stolen] Series. In her own words: “History, art and literature are my passions. I love digging out information about prophecies, divine miracles and paranormal events that are mentioned in history and holy books, that don’t sound possible in today’s modern world.” Read her full bio and see her books on her own page. Siggy Buckley is also an award-winner. A former English teacher in Germany, her life took an unexpected turn when her CPA husband opted […]

iAi author publishes two books in one week

iAi founding member Scott Bury will publish two Kindle World novellas within a few days. JET – Stealth, a JET Kindle World novella, launched on July 28, and Torn Roots, a Lei Crime Kindle World story, comes out on July 31. The Kindle Worlds are an Amazon initiative where authors can publish stories about the characters and worlds of other popular authors. The Lei Crime series is the creation of bestseller Toby Neal, and are set in Hawaii. The JET series was created by bestseller Russell Blake, telling the story of former Mossad secret agent Maya, code-named Jet. Bury’s Lei […]

Autumn Birt, author of Rise of the Fifth Order, joins iAi

Independent author Autumn Birt has joined Independent Authors International, bringing professional skills and experience in both writing and design to the network of writers, photographers, designers and publishers. “2015 has been called the year for the indie writers and iAi proves the point,” says Birt. “I love iAi’s goal of boosting the professional standards of independent authors. I’ve read some amazing indie stories. I know the quality is out there. And by joining with other authors in a group like iAi, indie writers can achieve a level of professionalism that meets and even surpasses that offered by traditional and small […]

New release: The Migrant Report

By Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar Released July 8, 2015 Against the glittering high-rises of the capital, Manu, a recent arrival from Nepal, drips his days away on a construction site, cut off from the world outside the labor camp. His sister despairs of finding him among the thousands of migrant workers flooding into the Arabian Gulf to build the country’s infrastructure. Manu and Sanjana must keep their younger siblings out of poverty, even if at their own expense. Find it on Amazon. About the author Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar is a South Asian American who has lived in Qatar since 2005. Moving to .the Arabian […]