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Is it Worth it to Play the Amazon Lottery?
Authors who have found success through self-publishing understand there are divided opinions. For authors trying out Kindle Direct Publishing through Amazon, it remains a lottery ticket with more and more people in search of the jackpot.
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Author Depicts A Challenge to Faith
Set in the mountains of eastern Tennessee, Cindy K. Sproles movingly depicts simple country folk whose belief in God sustains them. Vividly portrayed characters inhabit a landscape of pristine beauty and quotidian hardship.
All Moments are Beautiful
The 'Poet of Instagram'
R. M. Drake, has accomplished what most self-published writers dream about. Put your work out there and, solely through the strength of social media and without a giant marketing machine, cause a viral sensation and earn a job-quitting income.
8 Coloring Books To Soothe Your Inner Child
There’s something soothing about coloring in a coloring book. Long considered an activity for kids, there’s a growing trend in coloring books for adults—featuring intricate details and soothing shapes—spearheaded, of course, by indie publishers.
Bazillion Points Creates Small, Beautiful Moments in Music History
In 2007, bookseller Ian Christe deduced a need in the publishing market for nuanced books covering multiple modern music genres. No stranger to the worlds of book publishing—and, specifically, the heavy metal music scene, he founded Bazillion Points.
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