News From The Romance Writer’s America Conference

Written by dcakers@dc-akers.com on July 26, 2013. Posted in Indie Writers News

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Joanna Penn, author, internet entrepreneur and international speaker is simply fantastic when it comes to sharing marketing information for the Indie writer. I’m a huge fan so I wanted to share a little something she shared with me.
“Also encouraging is this report out of the Romance Writer’s America
conference, where it seems self-publishing is now the dominant force
and agents/publishers are now pitching authors
=> http://bit.ly/142NTI0
How times have changed … and I’m hoping the enthusiasm will make it
to England before 2015!”

Very interesting information here and encouraging for Indie writers as a whole!
You can find more on Joanna Penn at: http://www.thecreativepenn.com/

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Like many who enjoy the fantasy genre, Akers started reading it as an adolescent. He was fascinated with Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and Bram Stoker's Dracula. He currently enjoys reading works by Dean Koontz, Heather Brewer, J.K. Rowling, and Rick Riordan. Akers enjoys creating a fantasy world with compelling storylines, while injecting humor and a touch of drama into the action as he did with his first book Terra Vonnel and the Skulls of Aries, which has received rave reviews. "I start every story with this thought: Where can I take my audience now? To me it's about the journey, the escape into a world filled with the fantastic and the unexpected. There is nothing like an adventure that takes you further from reality with every turn of the page." D.C. Akers was born in Texas and after spending several years working in accounting, Akers began to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a writer.

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