Nicole Schroeder Promoted to Editor In Chief of Indie Author Magazine

Moves from Consulting Editor to Newly Created Position

[Dateline: Sparks, Nevada May 26, 2022] — Indie Author Magazine announced today the promotion of Nicole Schroeder from Consulting Editor to Editor in Chief, a newly created position for the one-year-old publication.

“As IAM enters its second year of operation, we’re thrilled to have Nicole at the helm. She’s been an invaluable addition to the magazine, bringing fresh and timely ideas, and a unique insight to the self-publishing industry,” noted Chelle Honiker, co-founder and publisher. 

Co-Founder and creative director Alice Briggs said, “We appreciate Nicole’s journalistic perspective guiding our team of writers, and she’s proven she can more than capably handle anything a fledgling magazine can throw at her.”

Schroeder brings nearly a decade of journalism and editorial experience to the publication, delighting in any opportunity to tell true stories and help others do the same. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the Missouri School of Journalism and minors in English and Spanish. Her previous work includes editorial roles at local publications, and she’s helped edit and produce numerous fiction and nonfiction books, including a Holocaust survivor’s memoir, alongside independent publishers. Her own creative writing has been published in national literary magazines.

[When Writing Means Business. Indie Author Magazine publishes monthly for self-published independent authors taking charge of their writing and career.]