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Have you thought about changing genres? In this Indie Author Fringe Podcast Mohana Rajakumar talks with David Penny about how she has managed to switch her writing between genres while still maintaining a consistent brand.
Mohana is offering two copies of two different ebooks.
The Migrant Report: The penalty for stealing is losing your hand. No wonder Ali can leave his wallet overnight in his office. Yet crime hovers on the fringes of society, under the veneer of utopia.
Love Comes Later: When newlywed Abdulla loses his wife and unborn child in a car accident, the world seems to crumble beneath his feet. Thrust back into living in the family compound, he goes through the motions—work, eat, sleep, repeat.