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Video – Publishing an eBook

If you are considering publishing an eBook as an independent author, this video demonstrates how to do this. I walk through the publishing of one of my books on http://kdp.amazon.com You may find my other independent publishing articles and videos helpful as well. If this video was a value to you, please share it!   […]

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Independent Authoring with Amazon

Independent authorship is growing in popularity – and rightly so. An independent author has complete control over their work, all the rights, and doesn’t have to alter their message to fit the will of publishers. Independent authors can target a niche audience, and this is much more difficult with traditional publishing – and sometimes impossible. […]

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Interview with Cynthia L. Simmons

Today I am spotlighting Cynthia Simmons. Cynthia has served as president of the Christian Authors Guild, and currently is co-coordinator of the Catch The Wave Christian writers conference. Cynthia’s book, Struggles and Triumphs, was published in 2008 and she has recently published a study guide companion. Cynthia, tell us a little about the study guide. […]

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The Top Page – Author Staci Stallings shares her life and her book.

As a dyslexic writer, I appreciate the challenges of a parent with a dyslexic child. Staci’s son struggles with dyslexia, but it sounds like he’s also very gifted with a powerful memory. Read her interesting story. Also check out her free book in ebook version today and tomorrow only. The Top Page My son is […]

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John 3:16 Network Blog Tour – Ashley Dawn

Today I have the privilege of interviewing Ashley Dawn. She will be talking about her newly released book, Shadows of Suspense. When did you realize you wanted to become a writer? Honestly, I’m not sure there was ever an ‘ah ha’ moment when I decided.  I started writing young.  I would write songs, poems, and […]

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