084 Jack Hersch
083 Linda Plunkett
After a major health issue, author Linda Plunkett started journaling at the suggestion of a friend. Thanks to attending a writer's conference where she met her publisher, Linda's journal became the memoir she recently published. Listen to this episode of The Author Inside You podcast to learn about why attending a writer's conference is a valuable networking tool!
email Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org
082 Pete Charette
"Finish your book and give it a shot - nothing can happen until you get to that point." Pete Charette, the guest on this episode of The Author Inside You, shares this great advice - now is the time to submit your book to a publisher!
081 Brandon Baxter
This is a super exciting interview for us! Author Brandon Baxter is a fan of The Author Inside You podcast and listening to our past episodes gave him the encouragement to put pen to paper which led to getting his book published! We hope that Brandon's story is encouraging for you and someday soon your book will be on the shelves at Target!
080 Pascoe Bowen
079 Jim Boston
On this episode of The Author Inside You, author Jim Boston shares some great tips on how he created realistic characters for his novel. To make his characters unique, yet believable, he used a combination of real-life experiences, photographs, and a large whiteboard.
078 Vivien Chien
Being at the right place at the right time can really pay off. Listen to this episode of The Author Inside You to hear how author Vivian Chien was approached by an agent and offered a multi-book publishing deal! Vivian explains why we all must take chances, they can pay off in a big way.
077 Blake Freeman and Tara Price
From the beginning, authors Tara Price and Blake Freeman envisioned their cartoon character Haibu would be found in books, online and on the big screen. Recently they joined forces with a non-profit and now they are on their way to building a successful franchise. On this episode of The Author Inside You, learn how you can build a franchise too.
076 Richard Webb Jr
It may sound like something your English teacher told you in high school, but for your book to be great, you have to revise, revise, revise. Author Richard Webb, Jr. reminds us that this task is a necessity, along with finding the right editor and a great publicist.
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075 Stephanie Taylor
Joining us on this episode of The Author Inside You podcast is Stephanie Taylor, author of Animals That Heal. Stephanie shares with us the story of how she took a simple pamphlet she had written and turned it into a book!