One of the amazing things about being an indie author is the ability to experiment. There’s no man in the big hat telling you how to write your story. It’s pretty incredible. There is not a day that goes by that I’m not happy with my decision to become an indie author. I love it. But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t some downfalls. Like mistakes! And since I’m a huge believer in learning from mistakes (my own and others), I decided it was time to put all my mistakes to good use, right?

Mistakes of an Indie Author

So, I’m excited that this week I’m launching my first email series! It’s called “Mistakes of an Indie Author” and it features 5 lessons on things I wish I would have done differently when I launched The Assassin. 

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The five day email course will cover five specific areas that I wish I would have seen before publishing my novel. Things like typos, building your email list, and a few others are covered in this email series.

Can I let y’all in on a little secret? I’ve been working on this email series for a long time, or at least I was brainstorming plans for it basically since The Assassin came out. It took a while for me to finally sit myself down and write about my mistakes (they’re embarrassing!), but I’m glad I finally did.

If you sign up today, you’ll start receiving emails tomorrow morning! You can sign up down below, and I hope you’ll join me for this series!