Self-Published Author Michelle Faciana’s AuthorHouse Experience

Michelle Faciana is a teacher. She loves reading to her students and decided she would like to read her own stories to them. That’s when she decided to self-publish her work and chose AuthorHouse as her partner for her book Snicker’s Day Out.

Faciana’s greatest sense of satisfaction comes when children at school stop her in the corridor and tell her that they remember when she read them stories in class. It is especially exciting when they talk about Snicker’s Day Out. That special thrill would never have been possible without the opportunity of self-publishing.

Read on for more about Faciana’s AuthorHouse experience.


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