OUR AUTHORS

Extraordinary writers we represent and publish:
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Barbara Robidoux, Cherokee Euro-mix
Dana Lone Hill is Lakota
Dana Lone Hill is Lakota
Jim Chavers is Ojibwe
Jim Chavers is Ojibwe

Lara/Trace is Cherokee-Shawnee-French Canadian
Trace Lara Hentz, formerly DeMeyer is a mix of Shawnee-Cherokee-French Canadian-Irish

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John Christian Hopkins is Narragansett
(No photo: Deborah Spears-Moorehead, author of Finding Balance.)
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Patricia Busbee is Cherokee
Charles Grolla is Ojibwe


Blue Hand Books is a collective that helped Native American authors publish their paperbacks and ebooks (Kindle and more) using Amazon/Create Space and doing the formatting and pre-press production with PressBooks in Montreal, Quebec.

Lara/Trace Hentz (formerly DeMeyer), is the founder.

"It’s about finding the nerve your book strikes and going after it."

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UK Authors

The study claims falling book prices, sales and advances mean that literary authors are struggling more than ever to make a living from their fiction. In today’s market, selling 3,000 copies of your novel is not unrespectable – but factor in the average hardback price of £10.12 and the retailer’s 50 per cent cut, and just £15,000 remains to share between publisher, agent and author. No wonder that the percentage of authors earning a full-time living solely from writing dropped from 40 per cent in 2005 to 11.5 per cent in 2013. To avoid novel-writing becoming a pursuit reserved for those with independent means, ACE suggests emergency intervention: direct grants for authors and better funding for independent publishers and other organisations.