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Indie Pride Day


Wednesday, July 1st is worldwide #IndieBooksBeSeen Pride Day, a day where independent authors hit the social media airwaves and make ourselves known. If you're a self-pub author, take a photo of yourself with your book(s) and hashtag it #indiebooksbeseen. If you reader, help support the movement by reading indie authors! 

















We're growing in numbers. Join the movement!
On Facebook: IndieBooksBeSeen FaceBook
On Twitter: #IndiePrideDay OR #IndieBooksBeSeen
On the Web: http://indiebooksbeseen.blogspot.com.au





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  1. I never heard of this, sorry I missed it. Good cause though.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by Erin. The #IndieBooksBeSeen movement is a fairly new endeavor that just celebrated it's 2nd year. We adore book bloggers interested in reading and reviewing our books! Want to find indie titles? Check out the webpage link above.

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