1. Will you critique my work in progress, give me a book review, etc?
I’m going to have to say no. The reason is because I’m already overwhelmed with everything I’m doing. However, there is the Association of Independent Authors which have set ups for this kind of thing. Yes, it cost money to join, but they have resources at your disposal that makes being an indie author a lot easier if you use them. If, however, you don’t want to go that route, the Kindleboards might be a good place to find other authors who’ll work with you.
2. I have a question about formatting a book, publishing, and/or book promotion.
Please visit http://selfpubauthors.wordpress.com/. This is a blog dedicated to helping other writers. If you leave a comment in the “What Topic Would You Like To See Us Post On?”, we’ll be happy to address the topic if we have experience in this area. (This blog is composed other a couple of authors, myself included.) The reason I want authors to post their questions over there instead of emailing me personally is because all authors who read the blog benefit from this. Chances are, someone else reading the blog has the same question that you do.