All About the Book

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Yvonne Jones on her IRDA Winning Title "How To Self-Publish A Children’s Book"

"How To Self-Publish A Children’s Book" outlines the precise path to fulfilling your dream of becoming a published children’s book author.
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Heather Lester on her IRDA Winning Book "I Love You for You"

A child might be different from their parent in a lot of ways, but a parent's love is unconditional. "I Love You For You" celebrates the fun a parent and child have when they embrace what makes each other different.
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Ellen Butler on her IRDA Winning Book "The Brass Compass"

A beautiful American spy flees into the night. On her own, she must live by her wits to evade capture and make it to the safety of the Allied forces.
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Mara M. Zimmerman on her IRDA-Winning Book "How to Meditate and Why"

"How to Meditate and Why" offers stories, advice, history, method and a philosophical guideline to meditation at a level approachable to all. 
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Kathryn R. Biel on her IRDA-Winning Book "Live for This", a true story of growth and redemption and finding a way to heal.

A hard-living party girl hits rock bottom only to find her way out with the help of a man with his own cross to bear.
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Janet Maker on her IRDA Winning book "The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Breast Cancer"

When I was diagnosed in 2011, I, like most people, knew almost nothing about breast cancer. What I did know is that I didn’t feel safe simply following my doctors’ advice.
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Finn Bell on his IRDA-Winning Book DEAD LEMONS

In the far south a young girl goes missing, lost without trace in the wilderness beyond her remote family cottage. A year later her father disappears in the same place. Then nothing. At all. 
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Thomas J. Thorson: "Write for yourself, never for others. And ignore the advice of other authors, including me."

World history is replete with instances in which a critically important event would not have occurred but for the intervention of fortune.  Was the very existence of Christianity saved first by the appearance of a meteor and later by the alcohol-induced death of a distant leader?
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Author D. V. Mulligan: "Write what you love, put forth the most professional product you can, and have fun.

WHAT SHE INHERITS is about two women, Angela and Casey, who are struggling to come to terms with their mothers’ deaths and to make sense of all they’ve inherited from their mothers, from genetics to attitudes to money trouble.
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Carrie Glenn talks about her book "Clever Cybèle, The Story of an Apricot"

A luscious apricot, fallen from her tree, avoids being eaten or covered in slime by a group of snails who discover her in the tall grass.
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Advice from author Penny Carlile: "Write a good story that is easy for the reader to follow and then edit, edit, edit."

A quiet East Texas town is truck by a terrible crime after a beautiful twenty-five-year-old widow moves into the vacant house on Rusk Street.
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Deb Pines on BESIDE STILL WATERS: A CHAUTAUQUA MURDER MYSTERY

Mimi Goldman is back—on a missing-persons case that’s the third page-turning Chautauqua murder mystery novel from award-winning New York Post headline writer Deb Pines.
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Ivan Obolensky on the best part of being an indie: "I write what I write, about what I want to write about."

Spun with suspense and realistic magic, "Eye of the Moon" is a brisk tale that will keep you reading late into the night.
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S. Khubiar: "...grownups still have imaginary friends that we play with in our backyards. Those backyards are fiction." 

A retired American-Israeli assassin, Shahla, quit wet work because she struggled with her conscience. 
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Author Roy Russell's Advice to fellow indies: "Find a good editor who will make your words shine."

"Known Shippable" is a sci-fi action comedy about an entry level tester discovering the world he lives in is a simulation. 
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Author David Ellis: "I think everyone should write a book about something they love."

This book is about recognizing that, as Thoreau said, "Most men lead lives of quiet desperation."
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Author Corbie Mitleid: "Words, as I often say, are my “drug of choice.”

"Clean Out Your LifeCloset" is a book that believes you have your own answers – that it's the core of who you are that lets you unlock who you want to be.