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Yet Another Indie Success Story

Success stories about indie authors always warms my heart, and I get this tug inside to share it. It’s not because I’m a fierce indie myself, or only because I need to show other newbie authors the writing on the wall,

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The Most Well-Read Cities In America

From Amazon.com’s Media Room. The Top 20 Most Well-Read Cities are: 1. Seattle, Wash. 2. Portland, Ore. 3. Washington, D.C. 4. San Francisco, Calif. 5. Austin, Texas 6. Las Vegas, Nev. 7. Tucson, Ariz. 8. Denver, Colo. 9. Albuquerque, N.M.

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The Future Of Publishing

The future of publishing is in the hands of indie writers. – Venture Galleries Leatherface, which became The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, was an indie film that kicked the door open for indep . . . http://venturegalleries.com/blog/the-future-of-publishing-i . . . This is happening. In the

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IAF16 Is In Full Swing

It’s on. Fantastic sessions by authors and industry experts are being posted round the clock. I have managed to catch a couple of them so far, but plan to go through every single one tonight. — LIST of sessions– More

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ALLi 2016 Online Conference

ALLi is gearing up for its 2016 online conferences. Last year’s conference was a big hit and a treasure trove of information. Don’t miss this one. Sign up now. IAF Media Page Here are some FAQs from the Indie Author

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