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Garrett Robinson is an independent author and entrepreneur who embodies the spirit of the modern indie writer. Today’s up-and-coming authors don’t make a name for themselves in the hallowed halls of the traditional publishing industry, and they certainly don’t gain fandom by putting out a book every couple of years.
Garrett entered the self-publishing world with a bang, releasing his debut novel to thousands of downloads and numerous favorable reviews. Since then he’s been described as “one of the hardest-working guys out there” (Sean Platt, co-author of The Beam) prompting David W. Wright (co-author of Yesterday’s Gone) to say, “Mark my words, Garrett WILL be a name you know.”
After publishing his first work in December of 2012, Garrett has published more than twenty-five titles in 2013. While he writes mostly in science fiction and fantasy (Touch: Trilogy, The Nightblade Volumes), Garrett has also delved into thrillers (Hit Girls) and has a literary fiction novel (Rebel Yell).
Garrett has had to learn every step of self-publishing on his own. He has used his experiences to trailblaze the way for others, creating valuable technical tutorials for indie authors. And (because he’s not a douche) he doesn’t even charge for them! His blog tutorials have been hailed by such indie author giants as C.J. Lyons and Joanna Penn.
Garrett lives in Los Angeles with his wife Meghan, children Dawn, Luke and Desmond, and his dog Chewbacca.
Garrett posts daily content on his blog, from useful writing tips and advice for self-publishers, to his two weekly podcasts and gaming shows, to his YouTube vlogs and other online videos. He also invites guest blog posts from other experts in his field.
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