I was thrilled to get a great review for The Wolf's Sun from a historical novel reviewer, Siobian Minish of The Owl Bookmark Blog Four and one-half owls out of five. She also requested an Interview, the result of which is also on her blog.
Oh, yes, The Wolf's Sun will soon be out in paperback, available from Amazon.com.
We indie authors are no different from small press authors - we must do our own publicity and market our books ourselves. The only difference is that we don't worry about our books going out of print or sharing our income with an agent and publisher. We share with only Amazon and Barnes & Noble (and that's fair).
The Kindle (electronic) and Create Space (for paperbacks) phenomenon is what indie authors have been waiting for longer than we realized. It's as nice as being able to download movies directly to one's television. Edgar Allen Poe and Walt Whitman, among so many authors who self-published, would be so envious. Some authors, such as the Pinkerton detective Charles Siringo, went broke trying to get out their stories. Not anymore.