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LAUREN H BRANDENBURG

‘I hadn’t intended to write for at least three more years. My agent had been actively shopping my indie-published series for middle grade readers with no success. The market just wasn’t acquiring middle grade. My agent recommended we stop, suggesting I continue to publish the series on my own. I was disappointed… but only for a moment. She proposed a new plan, a redirection in both my writing

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