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Author Bio is probably the hardest piece of content I’ve ever had to write. It required at least 5 revisions before I came up with something presentable.
During my struggles figuring out what kind of beast it is, I checked more than fifty best-selling authors’ bios and this was the first mistake I made. I stumbled upon a lot of authors who mentioned the titles of their series or how they won some writing contest.
Automatically, I assumed that you won’t have a chance to stand out in the crowd if you don’t have at least 3-5 books in a published series.
But is that really true?
To make your website functional you need at least two years. I worked hard and redid my own website several times until I finally found the answer to the question: What is an author's website?
So, what’s the purpose of the author's website, and what should be included in a functional author’s website?
Over the years, I have read a ton of books, and I must admit, half of them were romance. So, while I kept saying that I should not write Romance because I have never been in romantic relationships, the fact remains the same - I have a clear image of what I expect from a romance.