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IR Approved Author Indy Perro: “[Self] publishing’s not for the squeamish.”

Detective Vinnie Bayonne and ex-con Kane Kulpa appear to be on opposite sides of the law, but when Bayonne realizes that the unsavory murder he's investigating is actually just one in a succession of brutal...

Advice from IR Approved Author James P. Armatas: “Do your research. Be an expert.”

This memoir started as a tribute to the client companies that I served, but it has evolved also into a tutorial on the management practices of successful CEO’s.

Advice from IR Approved Author Stephen Daniel Ruiz: “Don’t ever assume that it’s too late to make improvements on your work and your strategy.”

"The Art of Love (& Loathing)" is about a middle-aged writer named Arthur Kimble who is not-so-successfully battling his addiction to alcohol and pills, is struggling to find any inspiration to write, and is—in his...

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Advice from IR Approved Author Joanna Evans: “The only way to truly fail is to stop trying.”

Lethal mistakes during a secret physics experiment drive scientists insane and plunge their therapist into a frightening search for the truth—and a dangerous fight for her life.

IR Approved Author Joe Edd Morris on his Motivation: “I get a rush, a thrill, from writing a good sentence.”

At a civil rights rally in the summer of ’64, a young white pastor, serving his first appointment in Holmes County, MS, unites with two black friends from his childhood.

IR Approved Author Thomas H. Goodfellow: “No one should ever tell an artist what to do, which makes it nice I do not have to deal with traditional publishers.”

PTSD makes  for an unreliable  narrator and a wild — at times surreal — ride in this military who-done-it

7 Promotion Ideas to Attract Book Clubs (The Home of Real Readers)

Most authors either don’t realize or lose sight of the fact that 95% of books are bought based on personal recommendations. That’s staggering, isn’t it?

Thoughts from IR Approved Author Sam Harris: “I made the decision to go indie [after being published by a major traditional publisher] for many reasons, and we shall see how this plays out.”

When Theo Dalton is six years old, his hands are irreparably damaged in a horrific car accident that takes his mother’s life. Six years later, during the sweltering summer of 1968 in rural Oklahoma, Theo...