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In Lifetimes to Come
The Scarlet Promise
She did such a fantastic job with my manuscript. [The] Moonender is my debut novel and obviously, I’ve been dreading the entire process of publishing. But she not only tightened up my work, but also designed a fabulous cover and mapped out a way-forward for me to follow through the publishing process. A+ work!

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The Moonender
Amrita is intuitive with design, because she really was able to capture what I was looking for even though I wasn't even sure what that was. I am a graphic designer myself, and I was clueless as to how my book cover should look. Amrita is highly skilled in both the technical aspect and in the artistic aspect of design.

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The Struggle Within

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Mistakes Indie Authors Constantly Make

And then wonder why they’re not selling more books

A couple of weeks back, I was on Skype with a potential client and as the conversation moved forward, I asked her about her website. And this is how that part of the conversation went.
Me: I’d love to check out your website to get an idea about your work. Do you have a link for me?
Client: Oh yes! My website designer did a great job of it, actually. Here…www.mywebsite.wordpress.com!
Me: Thanks! But is this a personal blog? What’s the link to your author website?
Client: Oh that’s it. That’s my website.

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It feels like I’m about start leaking marbles from my ears. Can you see it? Can you see the veins against my temples starting to split at their seams? In a moment, I’ll leak and be declared insane.

You, darling reader, would be happy to know, that I have survived a meltdown. Of elephantine proportions. There is a chance I’m exaggerating, but allow me this. Saying that I have “been busy” would be an understatement. You already know that I have been in this state of busyness, for a while. But last week was it for me.

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