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IR Approved Author Geoffrey M Cooper: “…writing is my full-time activity. Too much fun to call it work!”

"Nondisclosure" explores sexual harassment in academic research.

IR Approved Author David Wilson on His Motivation: “The money is just a bonus, the real thrill is seeing people reading…the book.” 

"Lone Star Odyssey" is about a man’s struggle to get back to his wife and kids after the US is attacked with a series of attacks aimed at not defeating the US but totally destroying...

Why Every Indie Author Needs a Newsletter (And How to Create a Great One)

In creating your book marketing plan, it can be tempting to focus your efforts on advertising. But while these strategies have the potential to be effective, they can also be quite unpredictable.

J.Edward Gore on Being an (IR Approved) Author: “It’s been a long process of learning, failing and trying again.”

John Gore is eighteen years old in 1862 rural Kentucky. He has struggled his entire life with stuttering and the ridicule associated with it.

IR Approved Author Lanham Napier: “…being a content creator is noble work, but trying to make a buck in writing is hard if it’s your main source of income.”

Billion-or Bust is an action-packed memoir detailing the real activities and decisions of today’s CEOs.

4 Tips on How to Get Noticed on Twitter: An Indie Author’s Guide

When it comes to book promotion, the importance of making connections cannot be overstated and we’re lucky to live in a time where, through social media, there are so many avenues available to make this...

IR Approved Author Nejoud Al-Yagout: “This novel is my bow, my curtsy, my waltz, to freedom of speech.” 

"When the Haboob Sings" is a fictional story about a daring Middle Eastern female writer who is penalized after she publicly challenges the patriarchal and ideological status quo. 

Best Reviewed Books of the Month

October

Advice from IR Approved Author Liana Gardner: “Every book you read…see what works and what doesn’t and why.”

Four weeks shy of her sixteenth birthday, Melody Fisher, half-Cherokee casualty of the Appalachian foster care system, is arrested for stabbing a boy.

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