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Author Interview, Jared Garrett, Beyond the Cabin

How do you deal with growing up in a cult? You write a novel based on your experience. At least, that is what Jared Garrett did. Since then he's added his Beat scifi series and more. Of all the marketing he does, appearances at conferences and comic cons seem to drive sales the most. His advice for aspiring writers? Finish that novel, then finish two more. Always work on your craft. Read his full author interview below! 1. List the titles of your published books (include publisher and year published) plus your author website/Facebook page links. Beyond the Cabin self-published 2014 Beat (The Beat Series book 1) Future House Publishing 2016 Push (The Beat Series book 2) Future House Publish

Author Interview, Chelsea Curran, Unseen Road to Love

Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Instagram, Amazon, her blog, a blog tour (including this blog post!), YouTube and more... when author Chelsea Curran set out to tell the world about her debut novel, Unseen Road to Love, she left no stone unturned. Marketing can be a beast, but it's all worth it. It's still early in this author's marketing game, but so far Chelsea is liking the results. "The more I use (these avenues), the bigger my audience becomes," she says. Check out her full author interview below! 1. List the titles of your published books (include publisher and year published) plus your author website/Facebook page links. Unseen Road to Love published with Cedar Fort April 2017 Author web

Author Interview, Tarrah Montgomery, I'm Not Cinderella

Every author goes through what Tarrah calls their "guinea pig" book. It's the book that they learn how to write, edit, publish, and market on. It's that first book that sets the stage for more books. If you can get through your guinea pig book, you can get through anything. Read Tarah's full author interview below! 1. How many books have you published and when (month/year)? The Princess Chronicles Series: I’m Not Cinderella Walnut Springs Press December 2013 Finding Sleeping Beauty Walnut Springs Press December 2015 Rescuing Rapunzel Walnut Springs Press December 2016 Coming soon! Beauty & the Teenage Beast November 2017 Last book in the series The Princess & the Ridiculous Pea November 20

Author Interview, Kristen Tracy, Lost It

Readers obviously love Kristen Tracy's writing―her first novel, Lost It, has over 90,000 copies in print. But she didn't stop there. To date, Kristen has 11 books published with Simon & Schuster, Random House, and Disney-Hyperion. What's her secret formula? Well, she doesn't really have one, other than writing, writing, writing. It's all about the writing for Kristen. Read her full author interview below. 1. The titles of your published books (include publisher and year published) plus your author website/Facebook page links. Young Adult Novels: Lost It (Simon & Schuster, 2007) Crimes of the Sarahs (Simon & Schuster, 2009) Field Guide For Heartbreakers (Disney-Hyperion, 2010) Sharks & Boys (

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