The Author's Experience

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The Author's Experience, is the indie author's story.
He writes books because he has something to share with readers.
There are many challenges to face as an Indie Author.
If you are one, you have already encountered some in your writing career.

This book tells the story of how the author got started with his Indie Author's job.
It's the story of an Indie Author from South Sudan.

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About John Monyjok Maluth

John Monyjok Maluth—is a teacher, internet marketer, and a nonfiction writer. As a former child soldier in Sudan, this author has a lot of real-life stories to tell. His works are educative, informative, and historical. Readers find his nonfiction works encouraging and helpful for personal development.

His works are found on Amazon, Smashwords, and TripleClicks. He also earns real residual income online, through many other affiliate programs. Some of his bestselling titles are "Internet Residual Income", and "Payoneer MasterCard Card".

About the Series: Journalism
These are a series of personal journalism. They are a collection of books about life. These books are based on the general journey. They are written as real stories, not fictional stories. They involve scientific discoveries as well as spiritual discoveries.

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Review by: Adams Guscan on July 16, 2013 :
Great!!.This book is so inspiring that I can recommend people from various callings to read it. I realized that it is not only directed to authors but also to those doing different things as long as they will love what they do. Personally I love writing and mentoring in addition to preaching the gospel of Christ and I found this book very interesting to read as it shows me how I can start with zero dollar to do what I want to do.

There are some points I feel the author of this book can still consider including; 1. There are still some minor typing errors. 2. Some points in the book are repeated in different paragraphs perhaps as a means of emphasizing them? 3. There are no page numbers and it becomes hard for some one reading to know where he has stopped.
4. I wish you could use some pictorial illustrations in some chapters like design tips. Actually the ones you have are already finished covers. Some of us who are not art talented, quite fail to click all you are saying, otherwise keep up the good work.

Blessings to you

Pastor Adams Guscan
(review of free book)
Review by: Derek Primeson on July 11, 2013 :
This is a very encouraging tool. There are many challenges in writing, editing, designing, converting and publishing a book. But having a good reason to write and publish books will not allow these possible problems to stop one from writing. I love this tool. Keep it up John Monjyok Maluth.

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