116 Robert Longyear
Author Robert Longyear joins us on this episode of The Author Inside You podcast. He shares with us insights and tips on how to improve your writing. Robert reminds us that great storytelling is not just for works of fiction, how to raise funds for publishing via indiegogo.com, and a fantastic idea on how to help your graphic designer create the ideal book cover.
Darlene Peters & Adam Down
So often we need a dose of affirmation about our work. It’s wonderful to receive some feedback from our peers, which is why Scribophile.com is a great resource for writers. On this special episode of The Author Inside You, we interview two writers who have both recently won online writing contests. Darlene Peters won first place in the Holiday Poem contest and Adam Down won first place in the First Chapter of a Novel contest. Both Adam and Darlene have great stories to share about their experiences finding support within writing groups.
No Time To Write A Book?
Don't think you have time to write a book? Check out this episode of The Author Inside You podcast where we interview Anya Stassiy who wrote her book while waiting for her children at after school events. That's not all, Anya wrote the whole novel on her phone!
How to Thank Everyone Who Buys Your Book
Author Jesse Cruz explains how he appreciates the people who purchase his book and discusses how he thanks everyone individually. Jesse also shares some great lessons that he learned completing his book, "You want to write like no one is going to see it and edit like everyone is going to see it."
@jesseacruzliveyourdash on Facebook
@authorjessecruz on IG
When To Start Marketing Your New Book
Are you ready to start marketing your book?
On this episode of The Author Inside You podcast, we speak with author Pagan Malcolm, a marketing coach for new writers. She explains the best time to start the selling process for your new book, why you do not have to live in a big city to be a successful author, and Pagan offers great tips on landing speaking engagements at schools.
How To Use Tumblr To Find An Audience For Your Book
Author Kelsey Clifton joins us on this episode of The Author Inside You podcast. Not only did she find an audience for her novel through her followers on Tumblr, but Kelsey also discovered a graphic artist to create her book cover on the same social media platform. Learn how Kelsey found and grew her followers, along with how she was able to score a review of her book from Publishers Weekly.
Write A Better Book
Accountability. It will help you write a better book, but are you putting it to good use? On this episode of The Author Inside You podcast we interview Author Cain MacBeth who explains how he used accountability to complete his book while on summer break.
Cain.macbeth on Instagram
How I Wrote a Novel for the Hallmark Channel
Did you know that the Hallmark channel is now publishing novels? On this episode of The Author Inside You podcast we interview Tracy Gardner, the first author to have a novel published by the Hallmark Channel. Tracy shares her exciting journey and she compares the differences between self-publishing versus working with a publishing company.
What Not To Do When Publishing A Book
Chase DiMarco is a medical school student, host of two podcasts, and an author of a recently published book. It was a long journey for Chase to complete his manuscript, and fortunately he shares a great deal of valuable information with us on this episode of The Author Inside You podcast.
Book Webpage: http://freemeded.org/medstudent/ (free ebook)
Mini-Series Podcasts: RTBMS Part 1
Book Giveaway: https://book.freemeded.org/giveaway (giving away 3 books from Nov 5-17, 2019)
Email: MedicalMnemonist@gmail.com, Chase@freemeded.org
Facebook: http://facebook.com/freemeded, https://www.facebook.com/groups/medicalmnemonistmastermind/
The Kid Lit Community
Where do you begin when you have an idea for kid lit book? Michele McAvoy is very knowledgeable about children's literature and she shares her advice on this episode of The Author Inside You podcast. Everything from finding your audience, to deciding between traditional or self-publishing your kid lit book is covered in this informative episode.
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