All About the Book

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Advice from IR Approved Author RD Meyer: "Remember that even Harry Potter was rejected by nearly a dozen publishers."

Mike Faulkner wants to kill God.  No, he doesn't want to convince less people to believe; he wants to confront the deity Himself and watch Him die.
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Author Janice Coy: "The best part about being an indie author is that I’m able to write the stories that interest me on my timetable."

Ruby’s nose for news is twitching. As a hard-charging investigative reporter, it’s served her well in the past. But this time, will her penchant for discovering the truth do more harm than good?
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Dara Carr on her IR Approved ANGELA CRAY GETS REAL: "Broad City meets mystery novel."

Unemployed, twenty-something Angela Cray is back living with her no-nonsense mother in Phoenix.
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Randy Niederman on THE MYTH OF LOVE: "The male character is based on my time working as a private investigator...The female lead character is based on a Russian woman I became friends with, who worked as a dominatrix."

The premise for this novel--a love affair, in which the woman leaves a man--came during a solitary drive from Athens, Georgia to South Florida. It’s a ten-hour drive and my GPS battery died an hour in, causing me to miss a turn.
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Wendy M. Wilson: "It’s a big world, so don’t worry if a few people hate [your book]. What do they know?"

An ex-sergeant from Her Majesty’s 57th Regiment of Foot is asked to find two missing Scandinavian boys, and while searching for them is tracked and attacked by a vengeful Maori warrior out to execute men from the same regiment.
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Anne Janzer on her IRDA Winning Title "The Workplace Writer’s Process"

"The Workplace Writer’s Process" covers the business communication skills no one teaches you in writing class—the practices that elevate your career and make you more effective in your job.
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Ellen Sollinger Walker on her IR Approved Book "Just Where They Wanted To Be"

"Just Where They Wanted To Be" is the story of my parents who, at age fifty-five, quit their jobs, sold their home, bought a sailboat and, for ten years, circumnavigated the globe.
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Alex Tsiatsos on his IR Approved book, "M’s Celebrity"

Steven, the first person narrator, discovers a man whom he refers to as M.  Steven believes that M may be a genius, and together they begin a program of unusual activism against what they see as the wrong-headed aspects of their world.
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Advice from IR Approved Kaylin McFarren: "Stay focused on why you’ve chosen to write and publish books."

Akira Hamada, a beautiful Japanese geisha, failed at killing Kaito Mitsui two years ago—the same yakuza gang leader who destroyed her lover and forced her to become an assassin.
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Brian Corley's on his IR Approved GHOST BULLY: "...you’re in the mood to watch something written by Tim Burton and Rick Linklater, but directed by Seth Rogen."

A dead guy finds his purpose in life and must fight off a graveyard full of ghosts and an ancient evil in order to save his friends.
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IR Approved Author Deborah Cupples on her inspiration: "In 2017, America woke up. Enormous numbers of people began scrutinizing our government and speaking out thunderously."

IT IS ABOUT YOU… is a nonpartisan, plain-language guide to how government works and explains ways that you can have some influence over government’s impact on your life.
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Advice from Author John V. Wylie: "The audience in your own head has to sustain you."

Ape Mind, Old Mind, New Mind is a memoir by a psychiatrist who gradually discovers from his patient's descriptions of their mental illnesses that human motivations have evolved over millions of years for productive engagement rather than competitive fitness.
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J J Haas Talks about Taking Kurt Vonnegut's Advice for his book "Welcome to Sugarville"

"Welcome to Sugarville", a town where fantasy meets reality and visitors take journeys of the imagination into the unknown. J. J. Haas stuns and delights with this engaging collection of linked stories. 
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Aron Kuehnemann on his IR Approved Book "Art: Become Confident Fast"

"Art: Become Confident Fast" is about visual art and providing readers enough unique insight into art world topics that they can accelerate understanding and confidence.
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IR Approved Author S. Amaranthine discusses her "Vencello Trilogy"

A human and orca mother both lose their sons on the same day. Those deaths are the catalyst for subsequent events that take place in the ocean and culminate in an unexpected solution to their perspective problems. 

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Indie Author Jason Waguespack: "Being the captain of your own ship [is] literally is the best and hardest part."

"Rise and Fall of the 80s Toon Empire" is a bird's eye view of a time in cartoon television history.
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Advice from IR Approved Author Shannon Harrington: "Keep writing. It was the best advice I received from many authors when I was a young man and just commenced my journey as a writer." 

Charmer Boy, Gypsy Girl is a saga of love based on the real-life events of the celebrated pair Bosko and Admira, also known as the Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo who fall in love against the backdrop of a soon-to-be war-torn country.
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Deanna R. Sweeney: "I have learned very quickly that the real work starts when the book is finished." 

"Legions of Lilith - The Awakening" is a supernatural thriller with both fantasy and mystery aspects.
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Author Michael Fleming: "Life got in the way of my creative writing for a long time, but I’m so glad I’ve rediscovered my love for it."

Taking place in a city of refugees in the Pacific Northwest nearly two centuries from now, this is a story of two teenage friends, Ada Anand and Aisling Connors, and how their lives are affected by terrorist violence in their society.
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Brian J. Robinson: "'ADDERALL BLUES questions everything we think we know about ADHD, and it all happens from authentic subjectivity."

ADDERALL BLUES is a passionate memoir that provides shocking access to the inner workings of the misunderstood ADHD mind.