https://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/the-god.jpg500333IR Staffhttps://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/ir-logo-2017.pngIR Staff2019-02-19 09:44:002019-02-19 09:44:00IR Approved Author Caroline Fairless: "...indie writers and indie publishers seem less competitive and far more supportive than their traditional counterparts."
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It’s an exciting time to be an author. And if you’re in still in the writing or editing phase, it’s a great idea to add some elements right into your book that you can use to help market your book when you publish. Continue reading →
https://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/valentines.jpg6751200Penny Sansevierihttps://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/ir-logo-2017.pngPenny Sansevieri2019-02-07 09:00:012019-02-06 09:29:40How to Build Book Marketing Strategies into Your Novel Before You Publish
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Colin Bryce Hamilton is living the dream. As a model, he jet-sets around the globe hooking up with cover-girls while he nurtures his eight-pack abs all in an effort to get to Milan, and the supermodel career he knows he deserves. Continue reading →
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Paul Goldman along with his wife and son, have left their life in Israel behind and settled into a relaxed life in Miami. At a family outing they are caught in the middle of a shooting carried out by a Columbian drug cartel against a rival drug gang. Continue reading →
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Set during one of the most politically divisive eras in American history, Thread for Pearls is a coming of age tale that takes us on a young heroine’s journey to faith and freedom amidst a turbulent family dynamic. Continue reading →
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Pastor Jack Douglas resigns his ministry after a traumatic event and hikes across America. In North Dakota, he finds work on an oil rig until a violent turn of events forces him to seek seclusion in the Alaskan wilderness where he’s stalked by the mythical Amaroq wolf. Continue reading →
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The bottom line is that gaining exposure isn’t that hard, but doesn’t guarantee it will sell books. A book can get discovered countless times, but getting people to buy it becomes much more difficult. Continue reading →
https://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/target.png12001200Penny Sansevierihttps://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/ir-logo-2017.pngPenny Sansevieri2019-01-10 09:00:582019-01-10 10:00:48Here’s What You Must Know About Finding Your Target Reader
César Rosada is on a crusade. Descended from generations of coffee farmers, the former professional athlete turned politician is determined to improve life for the working class of his country. Continue reading →
https://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/slay.jpg500335IR Staffhttps://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/ir-logo-2017.pngIR Staff2019-01-08 08:44:062019-01-08 08:44:06Laura Zubulake on her IR Approved SLAY THE DRAGON: "...a provocative narrative about corruption, cultural evolution, and the impact of the opioid crisis on societies."
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