My Self-Publishing Journey Took Me to a Small Island in the South Pacific

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Self-publishing is hard. You have to be your own promoter, editor, muse, agent, chef, and masseuse. And, if that wasn’t enough, things don’t always work out as planned. Surely, when I decided to self-publish my latest bit of historical magical realism, I couldn’t imagine that I would end up running away from Nazi-sympathizing treasure hunters on a stolen cigar boat…

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I’m an engineer with a passion for poetry and literary theory.

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Cole Hardman

Cole Hardman

I’m an engineer with a passion for poetry and literary theory.

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