Inspirational Indie Author Interview #14: Frankie Picasso Paints a Picture of an Immigration Success Story

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Inspirational Indie Author Interview #14: Frankie Picasso Paints a Picture of an Immigration Success Story

Howard Lovy takes a close look at Inspirational Indie Authors. This isn’t about their business model, their marketing, or even how many books they’ve sold. It’s about their writing, and what indie authors have to say.

Today’s interview is with Frankie Picasso, an author who just released a book called For Want of 40 Pounds: From Persecution to Perseverance, What Would You do For Freedom? It’s the story about her father, the patriarch of her family, who escaped the Holocaust and then went on to become a successful immigrant and entrepreneur.

Frankie says the book is about “resilience. independence, freedom, courage. It’s about being an immigrant, an entrepreneur, his rise and fall and rise again. It’s about love and family.”

Inspirational Indie Authors is a biweekly feature within our AskALLi series of podcasts. 

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About the Host:

Howard Lovy has been a journalist for more than 30 years, and has spent the last five years amplifying the voices of independent publishers and authors. He works with authors as a “book doctor” to prepare their work to be published. Howard is also a freelance business and technology writer. Find Howard on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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