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Taking Matters into Her Own Hands: A Novelist's Path to Self-Publishing

Posted on October 31, 2013 at 8:44am 6 Comments

For the past eight years, Mohana Rajakumar--writer, mother, professor, and wife--has been living with her growing family in the Arabian Gulf country of Qatar. Her latest novel, An Unlikely…

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One is Never Enough: How Childhood Games Turned into a Writing Career

Posted on October 23, 2013 at 10:35am 1 Comment

Natalie Yoder, author of the One Minute Mysteries series, didn’t know as a little girl that adding a little mystery into her life would turn her into a published author before she was even out of middle school. Now…

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Tales of a Literary Heathen: Marketing a Taboo Subject

Posted on August 6, 2013 at 10:21am 5 Comments

On her journey to self-publication, Sikivu Hutchinson, author of Godless Americana: Race and Religious…

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No Guts, No Story: How Braving a Job Change Launched a Writing Career

Posted on August 1, 2013 at 9:00am 5 Comments

Christine Montross, author of Body of Work and Falling Into the Fire (just out from The Penguin Press today!), worried that changing careers would compromise her writing. Here, she tells how taking a…

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Taking Matters into Her Own Hands: A Novelist's Path to Self-Publishing

For the past eight years, Mohana Rajakumar--writer, mother, professor, and wife--has been living with her growing family in the Arabian Gulf country of Qatar. Her latest novel, An Unlikely Goddess, which released on Kindle two weeks ago,…See More
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