Are you a fantasy writer?
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With 10 years of experience running my own digital marketing and web development company, I know what authors need to market their books online. I’ve worked with award winning firms in Cleveland, Ohio, becoming a preferred development partner with many digital agencies. Now, I’m focusing on writing and helping authors succeed.
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