Non-Fiction

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The Road I've Traveled

 

By: Jennifer N. Adams

 

The Road I’ve Traveled is a compilation of poems and short stories Jennifer wrote during moments of her life where she felt the need to get it all out. She writes about being in the Navy during the tragedies of 9/11, having to deploy to New York where she and her shipmates stayed in New York’s harbor for three weeks, guarding the coastline in hopes of preventing any further attacks.

She writes about loss, love, heartbreak, family. You can see the fondness she had for her grandfather as she includes a heartfelt eulogy she had written moments after his passing.

She also writes about being a single mom, as well as a mom to a child who is on the autism spectrum. The journey they have endured together has been bumpy, but they continue to plow through life, learning about autism and sensory processing disorder as they go.

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Becoming an Indie Author:

A Guide on Self-Publishing and

Marketing Your Book 

 

By: Jennifer N. Adams

 

The world of self-publishing can be nerve-racking to those just starting out. Whether you are a first-time author, or a traditional author looking to make a switch into being independently published, Becoming an Indie Author is a two-part book to help lead you on your way to becoming a successful indie author.

Becoming an Indie Author also includes motivational tidbits and helpful tips to assist you through your writing journey, choosing the right print-on-demand publisher, as well as a resourceful amount of information on how to build your author platform and market your book in a way that will help boost your sales.

Becoming an Indie Author is the first book in the Indie Authorpreneur Series.

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How to Market Your Book

 

By: Jennifer N. Adams

Have you written a book and are looking into reaching more readers?

How to Market Your Book is for authors looking into building their author business. To build a successful business, you need to advertise. Book marketing can seem confusing and time consuming and some authors don’t know where to start. Selling a book doesn’t have to be that complex.

How to Market Your Book is filled with a plethora of ideas, tips, and tidbits on how and where to market your book, build your audience and your platform, and possibly expand your author business into a full-time career.

How to Market Your Book is the second book in the Indie Authorpreneur Series.

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How to Write a Book: For Beginners

 

By: Jennifer N. Adams

Have you thought about writing a book, but don’t know where to begin? Do you find yourself stuck with writer’s block? Maybe you lack the motivation?

Whether you are new to writing fiction or non-fiction, How to Write a Book: for Beginners is a structured guide that is short,  and straight to the point. There isn't any added fluff to distract you, the reader from understanding where to begin on your journey as an author and what to do once you've finished writing your book.

Jennifer N. Adams shares with you the steps on where to start, how to pick what to write about, how to help break through writer’s block, ways to keep yourself motivated, blocking out the negativity, how to create a healthy writing space, how to develop a routine, where to find your professional helpers, and many other useful tips to keep you going with your writing journey, as well as what to do once you have finished writing your book.

How to Write a Book: For Beginners is the third book in the Indie Authorpreneur Series.

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How to Write Short Stories:

and Start Making Money

 

By: Jennifer N. Adams

Have you thought about writing a short story, but don’t know where to begin? Do you find yourself stuck with writer’s block? Maybe you lack the motivation?

Whether you are new to writing or just starting out, How to Write Short Stories and Start Making Money is a must-have for anyone looking into writing and publishing short stories. It is a structured guide that is short and to the point with no added fluff to confuse the reader.

Jennifer shows you how to outline and character build, where to publish your short stories, how to come up with ideas and overcome writer’s block, what genres to write in, what popular niches to look into, how to choose your title and many other useful tips and tidbits that have helped her along her writing journey.

How to Write a Short Stories is the fourth book in the Indie Authorpreneur Series.