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IRDA Winning Author Eichin Chang-Lim: “As a romance and inspirational author, I write with my heart and soul.”

The LoveLock is a suspenseful and gripping love story.

IRDA Winning Author Ty Tracey: “I’ve been writing scary stories since I was old enough to put a few sentences together.”

"Three Days in Ashford" follows Daniel Hallowell and his eclectic crew of paranormal investigators as they begrudgingly travel to Ashford Ohio—a long abandoned town cut somewhere deep into the Ohio countryside.

IRDA Winning Authors Diana Thomas + Stacey Boyle: “We like deciding our own futures.”

Strategic leadership is essential to business success: Strong leaders are those who successfully navigate a great shift: from tactical doer to strategic leader.

Advice from IRDA Winning Author Karen Anderson: “Solve a problem for your readers and they will become your biggest fans.” 

If you have ever loved and lost a pet this book will help you break through your grief and begin healing sooner.

IRDA Winning Author Celia Belt on “Remarkably Intact…Angels are No Strangers to Chains”

"Remarkably Intact" follows my life as a burn and abuse survivor, my business career and my founding of the nation’s largest non-profit for burn survivors.

IRDA Winning Author Thom Kudla: “…you should be very proud of being an indie author. It takes a lot of courage, perseverance, and persistence…”

HOW WE ARE DIFFERENT (HWAD) is an app based on my award-winning book HOW I AM DIFFERENT. For that book, I wrote something new every day for a year and then the following year I...

Advice from IRDA Winning Author Michael Warner: “Fame and fortune are slow to arrive, so you’d better enjoy it or it’ll be a long ride.”  

This rediscovered collection of Lyle Saxon’s writings includes thirty-nine of his earliest New Orleans short stories and character sketches, and brings to light for the first time in nearly a century some of the author’s...

IRDA Winning Author Brad Graber: “Being an Indie author requires that we do more than just write a great novel.”

Rikki, a teenager being raised by her grandmother, has a secret. She can’t remember her mother. When she tries to talk to her grandmother, the older woman refuses to engage. Frustrated, Rikki finds a family...

Advice from IRDA Winning Author Tanya Lee: “…take advantage of the wealth of information available.”

Global warming has divided the continent. Samarra, a soldier from the barren South, has fled to a northern city where the only things growing faster than the city’s piles of garbage are extremist cults and violent...

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