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Picture the scene: Dipping your toes in a babbling creek, taking a deep breath of the fresh air, and placing pen to paper with newfound inspiration.
You’ve done hours of research, endless interviews, and spent countless nights posted up at your writer’s desk.
You did it! You’ve finally written that book you’ve been dreaming up.
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If “talk to my agent!” is something you’ve always wanted to shout, then this article’s for you.
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As a self-published writer, you’ve probably tried out plenty of tricks to help improve your writing…a writing prompt every day, writer’s block exercises, or even working with a skilled editor to help sharpen your work.
Being a self-published author means being a self-starter, a hustler, a total boss...you get the picture.
Adam Ellis and his staff are amazing. I had complete cooperation and help throughout the process. I can't say enough. If anyone needs a reference, I am here. They did everything to help me finish my mother in law's story of her life efficiently and quickly. Thanks Adam!
Mary Ralian's book is titled Anna's Story.