Indie Author Spotlight – MLT

One of the most inspiring posts I see on my many author forums is when someone takes the time to share their story. Each Friday, I’m going to feature a different indie author to help inspire all of you!

What is your pen name?

MLT

What genre do you write in?

Urban Fantasy

How many books have you published?

One.

What inspired you to become a writer?

My spouse believing in my writing ability.

What is your indie success story?

My success has come from the responses I get from my book. They say they can’t put it down until they’ve finished it, how much they love the characters, and how they can’t wait for the next one. Literally, can’t wait. Many have asked to become beta readers for the second book, just to get the story faster. That’s the reason I write. That’s why I’m an author. To reach out to readers and take them on an unforgettable adventure.

What are your marketing and advertising strategies?

I’ve tested out AMS, but it’s hard to get traction with only one book. I’ve had a few blogs review my book, but haven’t seen many results from that. I’ll keep testing the waters and making more books.

What are you working on right now?

Stages of Earth: Interlude

Where can we find your work?

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