I have written a children's faith-based series and am seriously considering self-publishing because of the many benefits and profit potential. Most of the publishers I have submitted to like my work but they said it will take two years at to publish. My husband is military and we will be stationed in Italy for 4 years so I am not sure if I can wait. With that aside, I would love to have some of you read my first book and give me feedback before I submit it to an editor. Let me know if you're willing to help. I am so excited because illustrations are almost done and I have promoted and have tons of readings and signings scheduled in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and New Orleans!

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Direct me to your books, please. I am finished with the editing now. The book is going through the publication process.

Hi Mimi, here are all my links, blogs, website and books. I'd love a review of whatever book you read. I'll put it on my sites. I feel excited for you. I know the joy of watching the process of having a project be born. Congratulations. Thanks, Jan

Jan Marquart, LCSW, Author                                                  


www.awareliving.net   website and bio

www.freethepen.wordpress.com

www.open.salon.com/blog/janet_ruth

www.filedby.com

www.goodreads.com

www.shewrites.com

www.Examiner.com

How to purchase Jan’s books:

Kate’s Way    www.createspace.com/3498926

Voices from the Land

          www.createspace.com/3552509

The Basket Weaver 

        www.createspace.com/3553668

The Mindful Writer, Still the Mind, Free the Pen 

        www.createspace.com/3546101

Echoes from the Womb, a Book for Daughters 

        www.createspace.com/3546083

The Breath of Dawn, a Journey of Everyday Blessings     

        www.createspace.com/3546000

Write to Heal  www.awareliving.net

How to Write from Your Heart www.awareliving.net

How  to Write Your Own Memoir www.awareliving.net


 

 

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