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Advice from IR Approved Author John Leifer: “Self-doubt is your greatest enemy: you must persevere even in the absence of external validation!”

Never before has the United States faced such an onslaught of terroristic activity, with attacks fomenting on multiple fronts. The most insidious of these threats comes from deep within our own government.

6 Tips for Pitching to Local Media + How to Do It Effectively

Marketing your book to the media is a great way to get exposure for your book. And while you may be tempted to go after the big national outlets right out of the gate, don’t...

Advice from IR Approved Author Peter Gribble: “Write every day no matter what.”

Threat, the first book in The City of the Magicians series, follows the preparations for a barbarian arrival, but when strategies collide, will anyone be ready? Will anyone be safe?

Advice from IR Approved Author Niloufar Shafiei: “Invest in marketing.”

Feelu is a book that promotes Children's mental health. It talks about different feelings and gives an example for each.

IR Approved Author Linda Rosen Talks All About Her Book

The story of one woman’s determination to keep the land she loves and the sisterhood formed around her. And, yes, there’s wine!

IR Approved Author Alex Davidson on Being Indie: “It’s all so f*cking great and it’s all so f*cking hard.”

“Black Rifle” follows the aftermath of another mass shooting in America. Thirteen people are dead and the killer is still at large. Their identity and motive remain a mystery. The only lead is the murder...

5 Strategies to Rapidly Grow Your Reach, Readership and Royalties

As you know, IR is always on the lookout for new ways to help you level up your self-publishing game...

Advice from IR Approved Author Sally Vedros: “Don’t give up — it really is worth it to see all your hard work reach its full potential.”

Diego and friends navigate the booming tech culture of post-millennium San Francisco as they build the ultimate life hack app that will change the world forever. As they establish their startup, real life bites back,...

Advice from IR Approved Author Jason R. Lady: “Seize any opportunity you see to promote yourself and your work.”

A sixth grader gets a magic pen that makes everything he draws become real. Before he knows the pen is magical, he draws himself and his friends as superheroes.