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Indie bookshops can be one of your best chances of seeing your self-published book on the shelves. In celebration of Books Are My Bag and #bookshopday, Matador’s Marketing Manager spoke to the owner of her local independent bookshop.Read More
In a saturated market, the importance of findability and discoverability is increasing, for all formats. How can you make the most of the data that you supply to retailers, to enable customers to locate your work easily? Matador’s Ebook Controller, Megan Lockwood-Jones, looks at some of the aspects that are often overlooked.Read More
From the editor…
Events season is here. Perhaps you're heading to the Self-Publishing Conference this spring? Literary events are great opportunities for authors to network and learn more about the competition, and the market as a whole.
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The first in the Autobiography of an Assassin Series
Martin is an assassin. Beneath a pleasant and unpretentious facade, lurks a ruthless predator... a narcissistic sociopath. He killed his very first victim when he had only just turned sixteen.
After spending years training overseas as a mercenary, Martin returned home as a killer. He has since spent his days recruiting others and growing his business – that of killing. This is his autobiography.