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Rebecca Henry Takes an Indie Path

After the publication of  The Lady Raven and Louisiana Latte, I declined the offer to have my next two novels, Hybrid and Conjure Lake published via a publishing house. I wanted to venture on the path of Indie Author and see what outcome I would have self publishing. I made this decision based on many factors and I have not regretted it for one moment! Hybrid: Adapt or Die making the Amazon Best Sellers List in four categories within ten days of its release date was all the validation I needed. This process would not have been possible without the talents and expertise of my editor, Angela Willingham and cover designer, Broken Candle Books Design. 

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