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I signed up for IIN's "publish a book" course.The cost was $995.

It was a total waste of time and money. It's run by a chick named Lindsay Smith who once wrote a book and thinks she can help others publish a book. After the first few inference calls, they let you know that you are going to need to come up with at least $4,000 more to publish the book. It's a complete scam!

The program relies on setting you up with another course member and that person is suppose to help you through the process. They don't tell you up front that you have to get and pay for your own editor, designer, etc.

They give you web sites to help you find these people.Big deal!

Monetary Loss: $995.

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IIN...if you notice lots of people who are "sheep" in other capacities are simply acting as "sheep" here as well. Not a lot of brainpower going on at IIN. Sorry to those of you who knew better, but got caught up in the hype.

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I can understand how you all feel.I graduated from IIN in 2009.

I would like to connect over the phone regarding a solution. If any of you are interested, please contact me via email to set up a time to chat.

Thanks!-Ana, anapaula53@gmail.com

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