40 Min Released Sep 14, 2017

How to Write an Ebook in Less Than 7-14 Days That Will Make You Money Forever

By popular demand, Jolenta and Kristen live by their first ebook. And what better ebook to live by than an ebook about how to write ebooks? Their selection: How to Write An Ebook in Less Than 7-14 Days That Will Make You Money Forever, by Darren Ackers. 

You can read the ebooks they wrote here:

Modern Harpies: Why loving The Real Housewives means you’re cultured AF, by Jolenta Greenberg
https://www.amazon.com/Modern-Harpies-loving-Housewives-cultured-ebook/dp/B075FK5YMS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1505336805&sr=8-1&keywords=modern+harpies

Return to Intercourse: An Amish Romance, by Kristen Meinzer
https://www.amazon.com/Return-Intercourse-Romance-Kristen-Meinzer-ebook/dp/B075FT5B56/ref=pd_sbs_351_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=1AH95DJYVJDYRJV5HKXW

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