For decades peers have described Aggie Villanueva as a whirlwind that draws others into her vortex. And no wonder. She was a published author at Thomas Nelson before age 30 and commenced to found local writers’ groups, the Mid-America Fellowship of Christian Writers three–day conference, taught at nationwide writing conferences, and published numerous newsletters for various organizations.
Aggie’s 2012 book, Amazon Categories Create Best Sellers: But That’s Not All They Do, teaches authors to render Amazon.com their personal book publicist by employing the perpetual reach of book categories. With the exception of five days, this book hit immediate Kindle bestseller in three categories, and held steady in 1-3 categories for 36 weeks. The Amazon print version has repeatedly done short stretches as a category bestseller too. And both digital and print continue to show up intermittently as Kindle category bestsellers to this day.
Thomas Nelson published two of Villanueva’s novels in the 1980s. She is now an award-winning, bestselling Indie author of fiction & non fiction bestsellers. Rightfully Mine, and The Rewritten Word, each became bestsellers in three Amazon print & Kindle categories within weeks of publication. The Rewritten Word held bestseller status steady in 1-3 categories for over 21 months, and won the 2011Dan Poynter Global eBook Award in the Writing/Publishing category.
Villanueva is also a critically acclaimed photographic artist represented by galleries nationwide, including Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ.