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Advice from IR Approved Author Cynthia Huijgens: “Give yourself permission to go your own way.”

A FISH CALLED ANDROMEDA is about a spirited little girl named Zuki who dreams of a fish she cannot have.

IR Approved Author Costi Gurgu Tells All About His Book

In a dystopian future, the corpocracy legalizes Debt Servitude. For a New York cop affected by OCD, time is running out.

Best Reviewed Books — November

November

Advice from IR Approved Author Kim Chinquee: “Support fellow indie writers.”

A woman leaving a threatening situation, then living in isolation with the threat of the pandemic. 

Advice from IR Approved Author Nikki Lampe Nalchajian: “Get your work out there. You are the only one who gets to decide if your work is a success.”

Sixteen-year-old Mackenzie, on a mission to be skinny, starts a journal to track her eating and chronicle her whirlwind life.

IR Approved Author Scott Benjamin Gracie: “Whatever you’re doing, break it down into smaller pieces.”

Flick on a light switch and there it is. But there is so much more to light and the electromagnetic spectrum than people know.

Advice from IR Approved Author Heidi Dischler: “Take a business class!”

After the sudden death of her mother, Caroline must find a way to cope with her intense panic attacks and anxiety before they prevent her from chasing her dreams. 

Why Every Indie Author Needs a Newsletter (And How to Create a Great One)

In creating your book marketing plan, it can be tempting to focus your efforts on advertising. But while these strategies have the potential to be effective, they can also be quite unpredictable.

IR Approved Author Wayne Edward Hanson: “There is no such thing as writer’s block! There is sloth, procrastination, distractions, etc.”

Sent on a light-speed mission a crew finds the physical universe gets so squishy at speed, they can change it at will. But they are essentially ordinary people and it goes to their heads