Hey guys! I wanted to say I'm super excited to announce I've published my second novel in under a year. It's available now for download in the Amazon store as an e-book and will also be available in paperback version in the next 3 to 5 days.
It's called Familiar Spirits, Book 1 of the Cotton Family Series and is a supernatural thriller / gothic fantasy with witches, ghosts and more!
Congratulations! I just got some advice from a past publisher who said self-publishing was the way to go. Agents just screw up the works and a traditional publisher will give you and advance then take it back if your book doesn't sell enough to cover it. Best of Luck in the new world of writing!
I have done six short stories on Createspace, Kindle and ACX.com. They are fiction and nonfiction. Independent publishing is the way to go today. If I can make a suggestion...Fiverr.com is another website for authors or anyone seeking professional help on their works, whether it be for editing, book reviews (which is what I do) or book covers. It is recommended through Amazon. I strongly suggest you seek out book reviewers so they can write stunning opinions on your sale page.
I published a book too. It is called How to Seduce a Married Woman. It is also available on Amazon.com. Check it out. You can read an excerpt here. http://howtoseduceamarriedwoman.com
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