Getting Started in Self-Publishing: James P Sumner

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James P. SumnerIn the last four years, I went from not having written a word, to being a full-time author. I don’t make millions, but I provide a comfortable life for my family by doing something I love. I’ve had a lot of help along the way, and my aim is to share that help with you. I’ve done a lot in this industry in a short space of time, and I’m keen to share my experiences in the hope it will help you make that transition to full-time author. It’s a realistic goal, and with hard work and a little help, you can achieve it.

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2 Responses to Getting Started in Self-Publishing: James P Sumner

  1. Gwyn GB October 16, 2017 at 8:45 pm #

    Thanks, really enjoyed your no hype honesty about the author/indie journey.

  2. Kerelyn Smith October 16, 2017 at 2:58 am #

    Thanks for the great talk! Nice to hear your author journey and learn from all your great tips.

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