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Naren Aryal

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Why Some Traditionally Published Authors Should Consider Going Indie

(Published on Mar. 29, 2016)

New authors have long been drawn to self-publishing for reasons related to convenience, control, and in most cases, out of necessity. Let’s face it, most new authors will never get a fair shake—no matter how brilliant their work—from the publishing establishment (i.e. literary agents, large publishing houses, and national bookstores). For less established authors, self-publishing, indie publishing, or whatever you want to call it, is the only way. And that’s not a bad thing. But what about traditionally published authors? Why are some established authors diving into the indie fray more than ever before? The reason is simple: it’s a ... read more

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New Releases September 2016!

(Published on Sep. 7, 2016)

Mascot books announces new releases for September 2016. Non-Fiction 363 DAYS OF TEA by Ruby ... read more

A Young Writer's Dream Realized: Beyond the Waterfall

(Published on Aug. 29, 2016)

Eryn Flynn was ten years old when she decided she was going to publish a book ... read more

Promoting Your Children's Book by Jordan J. Scavone

(Published on Aug. 12, 2016)

“What is your favorite thing about writing?” It’s a question I get all the ... read more

From Concept to Children’s Book - by author Trace Wilson

(Published on Aug. 4, 2016)

In less than a year, a simple story written and saved in the notes ... read more

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