Why did I start this organization, buying a domain and building a web presence? For the simple reason that in my opinion, professional organizations were hurting their members more than helping them. My idea of a professional is one who sells stories, whether short or long, and that they can repeat that process. I wanted […]
Are you having a hard time with Amazon Ads? They don’t seem to be getting any traction or are just downright frustrating? What about other ad platforms? Here are a couple recent videos to address that with guest Janet Margot who used to work for Amazon Advertising. This first is an overview of Amazon Ads […]
RIAH Publishing is taking submissions for the anthology Grand Theft Unicorn. Ocean’s 11 with ogres and trolls. The Italian Job pulled off using hippogriffs. Good Fellas done with dark fae. Leverage by way of Gandalf and Merlin.
We’re looking for stories of crime with a fantasy twist. Tales can be serious or funny, but need to involve a crime, a fantasy element, and have an unexpected twist to them.
Calling all writers of Hard Science Fiction—If you have a story where science is an important part in the story, and concerns the planet Mars, now’s your chance to be a part of MOHS 5.5 v2: MARS!
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The Independent Alliance of Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors, IASFA, offers science fiction and fantasy indie authors an infinity premise of professionalism to hone their craft of writing. Author Craig Martelle founded the organization with the goal in mind to share resources and best practices with Indie Authors to help foster professionalism and learn key skills to become self sufficient. The only requirement to join as a member is one must have an Amazon author page. He also started a Facebook group for people to join.