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Self-Published Author Interview Series – Corinne Frontiero

As part of today’s self-published-author interview series, we talk to Corinne Frontiero, author, presenter and facilitator.

Corinne is the author of three relationship recovery e-books: "Moving Forward," "Project Teen Intervene" and the "Children’s Divorce Support Group," Corrine has a new book coming out and tells us about her experience with it here.

Tell us about your self-published book and where it is available.

I have a new release coming out which is soon to be added to my website and I hope to have it on jexbo, as well. It is an Anthology of Divorce, Dating and Parenting Wisdoms. It is a collection of 180 articles written as a National Divorce Support Examiner for

My relationship recovery book, “Moving Forward - A Handbook designed for the Divorced Individual” may be purchased on, online at Barnes and Noble, CreateSpace, and of course, on my website

Why did you decide to self-publish?

I wanted to be involved in my own business.

What was your biggest challenge to overcome in self-publishing your book and why?

For the Anthology, in particular, it was difficult transferring the articles over to my hard drive from my column because there were so many. But, I believe it was all worth it in the end.

What has been the best part about self-publishing your book and why?

Through writing the Divorce, dating and parenting articles, it has brought me an opportunity to help the general-public in a difficult economy by bringing resources to the public.

What advice do you have for other writers who are self-publishing their book?

Make sure to research different sites where you may sell your books. Get out and about too. Local bookstores may invest and take some of your books to sell. That’s a start, at the very least.

Is there anything else you would like to add?

Always be consciously aware of new networking possibilities. Brainstorm with other people about writing. Do a workshop on your topic once in a while just because you can. Attend workshops and spend some time on the computer to advance your knowledge of how to share your work(s).

Believe in yourself and keep writing.

Thanks again for your great motivation and advice Corinne! We wish you all the best with your books and future engagements!

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