Many authors juggle other jobs alongside their writing careers – could radio presenting make that perfect balance? Self-published author and radio presenter Sarah Banham shares her experiences from both sides of the microphone. Radio is interesting medium; we listen to stations that air music which helps to lift our spirits and other times we tune in to talk shows offering participation in cerebral discussion on a level that might send you running to find a dictionary. Finding something in between can seem like a personal goal. But how can any of this help a writer? In my day job,...Read More
Indie author and PR expert, Paul Carroll, knows a thing or two about marketing. His most recent book was included in Books on the Underground’s inaugural indie day.Read More
Expanding the available formats of your book can mean more opportunities to market it… Cameron Publicity’s Ben Cameron explains how to make the most of publishing across dual formats.Read More
From the editor…
As of the end of May, my time as the editor of the Self-Publishing Magazine is coming to an end. Thank you all for getting in touch over the last year. I’ve loved hearing from so many of you and it’s been fantastic to be able to share such high quality submissions from indie authors and other industry professionals.
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This is the latest ebook in the Autobiography of an Assassin series, but can also be read as a stand-alone.
This is a man who has no fears, no qualms or inhibitions about what he does – a ruthless predator. He had compassion, once. He was capable of deep caring… love, even. For a while, the killer in him was subdued, tamed and contained.
But when tragedy strikes a psychopathic killer such as Martin, his method of coping with grief is extreme. Deprived of the love and normality that he had enjoyed and treasured, he returns back to type.
Written as an autobiography, in this fourth book of the series, we see the world through a psychopath’s eyes.