Mary Shelley: Stranger Than Fiction

Mary Shelley was born on August 30, 1797, in Somers Town, London, UK. She was married to the Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. Arguably her most famous work Frankenstein is considered an early example of science fiction.

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Marketing Your Book BEFORE It’s Finished

Marketing Your Book Some may think that you need to have your book completed—cover, formatted manuscript and all—before you can begin to market the novel you’re working so hard on. Well, I’m here to tell…

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How To Avoid Burnout: Tips For Recognizing and Bouncing Back

Burnout is common in every profession—not just writing—but for Indie Authors burnout can occur faster (in my opinion) because of the many hats we wear in our authorpreneurship. Everyday stresses can also add pressure and make you question your abilities. In this post, we’ll discuss what burnout is—signs/symptoms—how to avoid burnout and 10 tips to bouncing back from burnout if/when it occurs.

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How Much Do Indie Authors Make: An Exploration Into Income in Self-Publishing

Asking “how much do self-published authors make?” in a Google search will get you a lot of websites, mostly with different results. So, how come none of these search engines will point you to a website that gives you a clear-cut answer to your question? It’s simple. Because there is no clear-cut answer.

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Finding Time To Write As A Busy Mom

Finding time to write as a busy mom seems impossible. Not only are you keeping a human being alive every day, but you also have a long list of chores you need to have done daily.

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