aspiring authors

Millenia Black is the author of the novels The Great Pretender and The Great Betrayal, both previously issued by a traditional publisher and now self-published.

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USA Today lists Money Can’t Buy Love in its annual “Summer Reads: A Look at the Season’s Hottest New Books” column. It’s listed under Hot Summer Romance. This one is a sizzler!

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Stanice Anderson, traditionally published author, inspirational speaker, and performance artist reveals why and how a series of unfortunate circumstances and her unwavering faith led her to self-publish her third and latest book, Walking on Water When the Ground Ain’t Enuf.

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Great tips and tools for writers–especially for those who self-publish or those of you who are doing it on your own for whatever reason.

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by Patrice Gaines
Award-winning author Patrice Gaines has appeared on Oprah and was profiled on Dateline following publication of her memoir Laughing in the Dark. In this guest post, she offers a fascinating, inner look at a writing coach at work with her client.

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Why literary agents and editors may just not be that into you. Plus videogame and publishing companies collaborate on an anthology of stories.

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by Trice Hickman
I will never forget the day I started writing my first novel. I’d been plagued by writer’s block for years, but one sunny Wednesday morning in March 2004, I had a breakthrough! I sat at my computer and watched in amazement as words flowed like sweet water from my fingertips to the keyboard [...]

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