Biography

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  • J. J. Hebert is the author of the bestselling books Unconventional (2009), Weepy the Dragon (2012) and The Backwards K (2017). Unconventional has spent time on the Amazon.com Top 100 Best Seller list and has also occupied Amazon’s #1 spot on the Inspirational and Christian Fiction Best Seller lists. Unconventional has sold over 100,000 units worldwide, making it one of the most popular indie Christian/Inspirational books in the world. Hebert’s Weepy the Dragon has also found success, spending time atop the Children’s Dragon Stories Best Seller list at Amazon and frequenting other Amazon bestseller lists. His latest novel, The Backwards K, launched October 2017 and has quickly become the #1 Amazon Best Seller and #1 Hot New Release in Baseball, along with landing on the Sports Fiction and Sports & Outdoors Amazon Best Seller lists.
  • He is a prominent blogger who writes about self-publishing and book marketing.
  • As a social media influencer and expert online marketing professional, J.J. uses his knowledge and online reach to market MindStir Media books and services. As an example, a couple of his well-known Facebook pages — his author J.J. Hebert Facebook page and the MindStir Media page — cater to authors/book lovers; have over 50,000 fans combined; and reach approximately 120,000 people in about 45 countries on a monthly basis (as of September 2015).
  • In his role as President of MindStir Media LLC, J.J. has helped publish nearly 500 books for authors throughout the United States. Some of those books are bestsellers and even award winners.
  • J.J. has provided thousands of publishing consultations. Schedule a free publishing consultation with J.J. Hebert right now.
  • The Good Men Project hailed J.J. as “The Self-Publishing Guru.” Learn more about his self-publishing services.

 

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