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Gail McHugh's Steamy Romances "Collide" and "Pulse"

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Since many 1st editions fetch big sums at auction, IR takes a closer look at originally self-pubbed titles with traditionally published make-overs
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Renée Carlino's Debut Novel "Sweet Thing"

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If contemporary titles, including “A Visit from the Goon Squad” and "Bright Lights, Big City” could fetch huge sums at auction, why not take a closer look at self-pubbed titles, especially those subsequently picked up by traditional publishers, which are apt to do a make-over of their own?
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What Color is Your Parachute?

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"What Color is Your Parachute"was self published on December 1, 1970, using the services of a local San Francisco copy shop.
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Get it While it's (Still) Indie!

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"A man's got to take a lot of punishment to write a really funny book."
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David Carnoy on Being an Ex-Indie

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The Executive Editor at CNET and author of Knife Music explains why he moved on.
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My Princess Boy

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"My hope is our story will help others to start and continue a dialogue about unconditional friendship and teach children -- and adults -- how to accept and support children for who they are and how they wish to look." Cheryl Kilodavis