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IRDA Winner Atticus Mullon Tells All About His Book

Was Jesus Christ a god sent from the heavens, or a man sent from the future?

Best Reviewed Books – June

Best Reviewed Books - June

Suzanne Simonetti Tells All About Her IRDA-Winning Book

The story weaves together the story of three women whose lives are upended, and then intertwine. A gripping, touching, and memorable portrait of women rising above painful pasts to seize present opportunities and of friendships that...

Author A.I. Fabler Tells All About His IRDA-Winning Book

AGENDA 2060 takes the hot button subjects of today’s woke agenda – such as gender and racial identity, cancel culture, free speech and climate change – and enshrines them as ideals pursued by the One...

Author JL Hickey Tells All About His IRDA-Winning Book

For over a century, the children of Ojibway City have gone missing at an alarming rate, some reported, some not. Either way, anyone living near the city knows it's happening, and little is being done...

IRDA-Winning Author Cheyenne Richards Tells All About Her Book

Albert Jarvis is an unusually bright boy—a tragic temperament for the jailor’s son in a gritty 1840s town at the edge of the American frontier. Desperate to belong, he fails repeatedly to prove himself worth...

Advice from IR Approved Author G.R. Morris: “While it’s good to know what the market wants, you also should write what you like.”

A philosophical fiction that blends The Matrix and Hellraiser, it gives answers to free will and the meaning of life. A coming-of-age story where a teenager becomes a superpowered messiah and attempts to free humanity...

Advice from IR Approved Author Bruce J. Berger: “Be really careful about submitting a perfect manuscript.”

"The Music Stalker" is about a piano prodigy who must survive in a dysfunctional family, contest with severe mental illness and find a way to reshape her life as the world – including a real...

IRDA Winning Author Lorrie Nimsgern Tells All About Her Book

Given early divisions over slavery and the vaster issue of states’ rights, was a breakup of the American Union inevitable so soon after the colonists united and waged a successful war for independence?