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Building a Pathway to Success: How Small Goals Lead to More Book Sales

When it comes to publishing your book, all authors have the exact same goal in mind: to sell more books. And this is a great goal to have! But getting there can be a lot...

Advice from IR Approved Author Darren Dash: “The more you write, the more you learn, the better you get — so keep writing!”

Eyrie Brown served in the Army when he was younger, but is now a taxi driver in London. When he comes to the aid of a wounded gangster one night and gives him a lift...

Advice from IR Approved Author Bill Lefurgy: “Find a way to get honest feedback.”

A courageous young female doctor and a tormented private eye enter the seedy underworld of 1909 Baltimore in search of a killer.

Advice from IR Approved Author Laura Jaka: “Don’t hide your truth. We all have a story, and yours could be an instrument that empowers someone to persevere.”

Willed In His Grace received a 4+ star review, making it an IndieReader Approved title. Following find an interview with author Laura Jaka. What is the name of the book and when was it published?...

5 Quick Fixes For Making the Most of “Author Central” (and Why it Should be a Top Priority)

I’m a HUGE fan of free book promotion strategies and one of the best ones out there that can tend to be overlooked is Amazon Author Central.

IR Approved Author Annemarie Schiavi Pedersen: “Giving the characters inside my head a voice is always exciting.”

Against the majestic canvas of Renaissance Florence, a witch hunter battles her own demons and uncovers a wicked truth.

Best Reviewed Books of the Month – April 2020

The Quarantine Edition

Tips and Advice for Authors (Lockdown Edition)

For many, disappearing into the pages of a good book is a reliable means of escaping the real world and brightening up their normal day-to-day. And if you’re anything like us, at no time in...

IR Approved Author DC Mallery on DARKSIGHT

"Darksight" tells the story of a young deejay in New York -- Audra Carter -- with cortical blindness who reluctantly agrees to a radical medical procedure to restore her vision.