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Amanda Hocking, indie bestselling author

Amanda Hocking is a young writer of series in paranormal romance (the right genre to be writing at the moment), and has been getting coverage from Huffington Post and Novelr among other places about her success.

There's also a video interview with her, and her blog for more.

It's nice to see the focus of these pieces not being so much about 'how can they get into the traditional houses/' and more about 'how can this independent model be improved upon?'

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