Ask @minavesguerra:

How authors who isn't from #romanceclass usually approach you when they want to ask for your help to get published? How do you deal with them?

I've blogged about pretty much everything I've done in self-publishing, as well as working with corporate publishers, here: My experience is very specifically useful I guess if you're a romance fiction writer. If this is not your genre, I recommend looking up communities or resources specific to the kind of book you're writing.

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Ms. Mina! How can one be part of #romanceclass authors anto get published under #romanceclass?

Read the books! At least 5, ideally more.
Then attend a class or talk. The next one is on Nov 17.
If you want to write/learn at your own pace, the textbook is on
(We don't publish though! We just help get the books written, and help authors publish if they want to go indie)

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how do you find time to write while taking care of your baby girl? Were you writing even when she was still a newborn?

It was easier when she was smaller! (I was typing That Kind of Guy with one hand while holding her with my other arm.) Now that she's older she doesn't like when I'm not paying attention to her, so I have to ask for someone to watch her for maybe two hours or a whole morning. If I can get four hours a week I'm fine.

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What is the purpose of your book "Fairy Tale Fail"? is there a message being conveyed?

Oh, sorry I missed this! It sounds like homework pa naman, haha. :) There is no purpose to me writing the book, and the message from me to the reader was to drop their idea of perfect and good and discover what it really means to them and if their definitions were wrong to begin with. BUT that's me, and if you read it, it might mean something else to you. :)

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