Embracing a Creative Life with Victoria Dougherty
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An advocate of the indie author movement, Victoria Dougherty has fully embraced a creative life as a full-time fiction writer who has published six books.

Victoria reveals her unique perspective as a writer who has seen all sides of the political spectrum through her family’s stories. Her grandparents and her mother were political refugees from Czechoslovakia during WWII and the Cold War. Her mother’s enemy of the state file began when she was only 12 years old.

One of the early indie authors, Victoria shares years of creative insights, from recognizing difficult internal patterns to marketing creative works in times of difficulty. For anyone running a creative business or wanting to take that leap, Victoria offers up a no-bullshit approach to inspire you to take a leap...and do what other people are not willing to do.

Show Notes and Transcript: https://loveyourenthusiasm.com/embracing-a-creative-life-victoria-dougherty/

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