Infinite Indies A Multi-Author Anthology by Indies United Publishing House

A feast of fiction. Flights of fantasy. A smidgen of SciFi. And a dash of dark romance. Stories to titillate any taste.
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Infinite Indies 2020 Collection
Infinite Indies 2020 Collection
QUINCY, Ill. - Nov. 11, 2020 - PRLog -- Curl up in your favorite chair and enjoy an evening of literary wine-tasting and savor a sampling of tales from our publishing house. This perfect blend of stories allows you to explore the diverse offerings available at Indies United Publishing House.

  • Lisa Orban brings us inspiring life-tales that give us a new perspective.
  • Maj Scott Meehan shows us a side of Saddam Hussein's capture that we never saw in the papers.
  • Timothy R Baldwin hosts a fascinating discussion on how to classify beer.
  • Multi-published authors Ralph Rotten, JB Murray, Guy Thair, and Aaron Gallagher entertain us with their imaginary worlds.
  • Dr. Sanford Wood, Ph.D., discusses Ethical Objectivity from a layman's perspective.
  • SR Ruark gets dark in her tale of Necromancers.
  • Muhammad Idrees introduces us to a modern telling of Hansel & Gretel.
  • Ketan Desai reminds us that Karma is alive and well in his humorous telling.
  • Michael Deeze transports us into a Norman Rockwell world.
This diverse group of award winning authors varies as much as their exploration of stories. From feel good to scary, from thought provoking to humorous, we proudly present our first collection.

To purchase a copy of Infinite Indies 2020, please visit the Indies United website at

Contributing Authors:
Timothy R. Baldwin - Michael Deeze - Ketan Desai - RJ Emery - Aaron S Gallagher - Muhammad Idrees - Scott Meehan - JB Murray - Lisa Orban - Ralph Rotten - SR Ruark - Guy Thair – Sanford Wood

Foreword by:
Jennie Rosenblum

To find out  more about our authors, visit


Indies United is a co-op of like-minded authors working together to showcase our books, and our diversity as writers. We openly encourage and support both new and established authors in their pursuit of finding their audience while bringing to you books worth reading.

Most traditional publishing venues are like a very nice formal dinner party where everything is planned and always follows the same formula. The food is generally good, the entertainment acceptable without being distracting, the conversation predictable, the event exclusive, and always formal. Indie publishing is more like going to a block party. The food is still good, but everyone brings to the table something from their own kitchen, the music is lively, the attire is generally casual, and you never know who you'll meet or what they may say when you do.

Welcome to our block party.


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