Editor’s Note: Nicole Lyons and The Lithium Chronicles Volume II

Editor’s Note   Raw. Fierce. Brave. Brazen. Honest. These words are often (and accurately) used to describe Nicole Lyons’ writing. I’ve also seen her called a crazy bitch; the real burn is that Nicole lives so much inside her truths, she’s able to say, “Yes. I am a crazy bitch.” One of the things IContinue reading “Editor’s Note: Nicole Lyons and The Lithium Chronicles Volume II”

Upcoming Book Signings – Philadelphia

I am honored to have so many opportunities over the next month to be show off Indie Blu(e) Publishing’s amazing book catalog and sign copies of Composition of a Woman and The Myths of Girlhood.   I would LOVE it if you can stop by one of the events and introduce yourself. Wishing you and your loved ones a joyous holidayContinue reading “Upcoming Book Signings – Philadelphia”

Composition of a Woman By Christine E. Ray

99 pieces of poetry and prose from award-winning poet Christine E. Ray including 36 new pieces in this revised, expanded edition. Available from Amazon, Book Depository, and other major online book retailers including BarnesandNoble.com and Walmart.

Indie Blu(e) Publishing Released a Revised and Expanded Edition Of Christine E. Ray’s Award Winning Composition of a Woman

Indie Blu(e) Publishing is pleased to announce the re-release of Christine E. Ray’s debut book of poetry and prose, Composition of a Woman. This revised volume includes 36 new pieces of poetry and prose. Composition of a Woman recently won a Bronze Medal from the Readers Favorites Book Awards.

Everything You Wanted to Know About Self-Publishing and Micropublishers, But Were Afraid to Ask-Christine Ray

If you don’t know me, I am Christine E. Ray, one of the co-founders of Indie Blu(e) Publishing.  I have had the good fortune over the last year to have two books of my poetry published through small independent presses. Back in September of 2018 as I was working on the manuscript for The Myths ofContinue reading “Everything You Wanted to Know About Self-Publishing and Micropublishers, But Were Afraid to Ask-Christine Ray”