Renee Fisher is an author, coach and consultant who recently launched a full-service creative agency for authors. She is passionate about defending dreams and spurring others forward to love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24). #DreamDefender
Renee is a BIG fan of glitter, a graduate of Biola University and lives in Austin, Texas with her handsome husband and their fur child named “Starfish.” Connect at ReneeFisher.com and YourDre
I have good news: Dream Devotional is now in paperback for $6.99 on Amazon.
You can now purchase either the Kindle version for $2.99 or the paperback version for $6.99 on Amazon. Get your copy here. If you would like an autographed copy, please email me with your address and $10 via Paypal, and I'll send you one ASAP.
That's why I am excited to invite you to join the launch team for Dream Devotional!
Thanks to my dog Star (the brindle pit bull mix) and his fur cousin, Pala (red-nose pit bull) for being the first two members of my launch team! They are super supportive, and always willing to lend a helping paw!
If you are interested in sharing on your blog -- or social media if you do not have a blog -- please contact me ASAP for a free copy.
I am super impressed with how professional Dream Devotional looks -- including the freelance editor and graphic designer I hired. If you are looking to self-publish, I highly recommend Createspace and Kindle Direct Publishing (which are both free). I also highly recommend hiring Kyle Waalen to edit your book, and Hannah Rose Beasley to design your cover. They both did an amazing job, which is why I know the book turned out so well. At some point, I will write a further in-depth how-to blog for those who are ready to self-publish their book!
The only hang up I experienced, was waiting on Amazon to connect the eBook on Kindle to the paperback on CreateSpace. Once I sent an email to customer service, the problem was fixed within a matter of 24 hours. I am so confident the future of publishing is going the direction of eBooks, which is great for authors like myself -- however, I know the readers (you) still prefer a hard copy to underline or hold in your hands.
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