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IR Approved Author Sara B. Fraser: “Writing makes me feel good.”

LONG DIVISION is the interwoven stories of three generations of women.

Advice from IR Approved Author Kyle Bradford Jones: “Going indie doesn’t mean settling for less, but often actually means the opposite.”

"Fallible" is my experience as someone with a major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder who is also a physician.

IR Approved Author Monique Gliozzi tells all about her book “Vestige”

"Vestige" is a ghost story taking place in New York City/The Hamptons that starts off with a child psychologist who is about to go on vacation with his son.  

IR Approved Dan Saber: “I only have one piece of advice: When you’re writing, keep writing.”

"Good Intentions" is a combination of Starry Night. Crime and Punishment. WrestleMania X-Seven.

Advice from IR Approved Author Tim Holden: I believe there is real benefit in letting your subconscious slow cook the plot while you’re not writing.”

The question at the heart of the book is why did Robert Kett, a man with much to lose, do what he did? Aged 57, he led a very large rebellion in Tudor England.

IR Approved Author Christie Nicholls: “When I’m writing – I turn off my phone and cover it with peanut butter.”

ELEPHANTS IN MY ROOM is comprised of 17 true stories/personal essays of embarrassing and personal nature. Most of the stories are exceptionally funny, and a few are real tear-jerkers.

Advice from IR Approved Author Eugene DeFriest Bétit: “To thine own self be true.”

"Collective Amnesia" examines in detail the entire 400 years of African Americans' presence in North America,

IR Approved Author Vincent Panettiere: “I’m in competition with myself to tell a compelling story.”

The Chicago Police Department determines that the death of a racehorse and its trainer is a murder/suicide.  Detective Mike Hegan refuses to accept such a facile and lazy explanation. 

Advice from IR Approved Author Laura Preble: “Be prepared to work much, much harder AFTER you’re finished writing the book. And don’t quit your day job. Yet.”

"Anna Incognito" is a heady cocktail of mental illness, obsessive love, hitchhiking and redemption, all wrapped in a powder-blue Cadillac El Dorado.