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IR Approved Author David Scott: “Life is moment by moment, and each choice shapes us and the direction in which we will travel.”

Stargazer is an insight into a life that is shaped by the circumstances that transform us moment by moment.  It starts during World War II when Australia was a vastly different country to today.

IR Approved Author Susan Ritz: “Indie doesn’t have to mean you are all alone in this.”

When small-town therapist Larry Blatsky is murdered, his computer containing the intimate dreams and terrifying nightmares of half the town is stolen.

3 Ways to Sell More Novels in 2021

For authors, 2020 might best be remembered as the year they began innovating.

IR Approved Author Pamela Taylor on what motivates her: “Looking for that Sally Field ‘1984 Oscar acceptance speech’ moment.”

At the dawn of the Renaissance, Alfred – the eponymous second son – must discover the special destiny foreseen for him by his grandfather.  Now, the unthinkable has happened: Alfred’s brother is king. 

Wise Words from IR Approved Author Ann Hymes: “Anyone who writes motivated by money will be sadly awakened.”

The book is a sequel but a stand-alone story about a woman looking back on a life of missteps and family secrets.

Advice from IR Approved Author Jeff Walker: “Watch for spelling errors, learn to format correctly, and above all… get an editor.”

The book is about a clone (one of many) fighting in an ongoing war in a distant star system.

Advice from IR Approved Author S.D. Christopher: “Write your passion, but also write what you know.”

People develop altered senses and try to figure out either how to cope with them, or what to do with them. Most of them can’t live normal lives as a result, but some use their...

IR Approved Author Tucker Lieberman: “Writing the book…was a process of personal growth.”

A privileged New York man produced thousands of handwritten pages, never published them, and died by suicide.

5 Quick and Easy Ways to Use Book Reviews

The quickest way to a potential reader’s shopping cart is to touch the heart of another reader. What do I mean by this?