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!
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What is your pen name?
Keith D Guernsey
What genre do you write in? Why do you love it?
How many books have you published?
What inspired you to become a writer?
Leaving a legacy for my Grandsons.
What is your indie success story?
All 4 books are rated 4.5 or higher.
What are your marketing and advertising strategies? What works for you? What doesn’t?
Interviews like this one.
What is the best piece of self-publishing advice that you’ve ever received?
Be persistent and consistent.
Anything else fun or notable that you would like to share about yourself?
I had the very rare privilege of playing against Bobby Orr and Ray Bourque growing up in Beantown.
What are you working on right now?
Promoting my just published fourth book.
Where can we find your work?
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