Suffering brings strength

Indie Blu(e) has published a number of ‘difficult’ subjects, including our We Will Not Be Silenced (anthology) on sexual-assault/rape, #metoo, Through The Looking Glass (anthology) on mental illness, and But, You Don’t Look Sick (anthology) on invisible physical illnesses. We’ve been asked – why go there? In may ways the crux of our existence asContinue reading “Suffering brings strength”

Do you like reading? Books? Small publishers need you!

You might think you’re just one of 7 billion on this planet but you’re so much more than that. Each one of you reading this has the power to help books and ensure future generations continue the love of reading. So if you love books and reading, read on. As a small publisher, we areContinue reading “Do you like reading? Books? Small publishers need you!”

Why Indie Blu(e)?

You’ve got a rough manuscript, you think it’s pretty excellent, what next? Shopping small publishers can be an exhausting process. How do you know who is good and what you should be looking for? Indie Blu(e) Publishing stands on our reputation in the indie author community alongside the books we publish, to speak to whatContinue reading “Why Indie Blu(e)?”

What Indie Blu(e) title should I buy?

It was always our intention to publish collections that inspire, and people will keep for years and love. Socially conscious anthologies and poetry that rise above the ordinary and pierce subjects at their core. If you don’t know much about Indie Blu(e) Publishing’s anthologies here’s a quick snap-shot of our collections and what they’re about.Continue reading “What Indie Blu(e) title should I buy?”

Small Publishers versus the rest

Indie Blu(e) Publishing has garnered a reputation for working closely with our authors to ensure the very best work they’re capable of, is the final product. It can be a frustrating journey if you haven’t taken it before. Nobody likes edits, nobody likes suggestions, because at first, they seem just critical. From our combined yearsContinue reading “Small Publishers versus the rest”