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Martina has been writing for most of her life. She is a cross-genre author, just as comfortable with children's books and poetry as she is with self-help, biography, and fiction. To stay in the know on upcoming releases, new projects, or latest news, sign up for Martina's newsletter.
As a prolific writer, Martina has also been a ghostwriter for almost two decades across numerous industries, including: home, lifestyle, wine & spirits, medicine, wellness to name a few. To enquire about Martina's ghostwriting services, click here.
Me 365: A 5-Year Question-A-Day Journal
A recurring theme in Faulkner’s books and other work is the importance of knowing yourself—truly knowing who you are, what you think and believe, and what makes you come alive. It’s from that perspective that we can create lasting change resulting in the best life. The Me 365 journal was created to help you do just that. It is a tool you can use to get to know yourself better… in a fun, engaging, and easy way!
Have you ever wanted to gain a better understanding of what it really takes to become a published author? Or, for that matter, have you ever wondered why publishing houses choose certain books over others? Did you know that there are different types of publishing, which means that there are different ways to become a published author? Furthermore, did you know that there are three distinct types of authors? (We’re not talking about genres here.)
In The Author’s Journey, Martina E. Faulkner shares insights into what really goes on in publishing, including how you can best set yourself up for success by understanding
What type of author you are; and
The different types of publishing available.
This book takes a fresh approach to a familiar topic. It provides a peek behind the publishing curtain for all aspiring writers and authors. It’s meant to inspire you to pursue your craft with a bit more knowledge and understanding—to help you navigate the publishing world with ease.
The book every writer needs is here!
"This is the book every author—and aspiring author—needs to read and keep on their shelf."—Brandy O'Briant, Founder of Page 1 Books