090 Mike Walton
Author Mike Walton has enjoyed reading and collecting comic books for decades. He never dreamed he would become an expert in a particular genre of comic books, especially not an expert who has written the book on the subject. Well, he has achieved that level of expertise and in this episode of The Author Inside You podcast, Mike explains how he became an authority.
Twinsburg Tribune newspaper article
"Query letters will get you nowhere," says author Tally Adams. They may work for some authors, but Tally has plenty of other great ideas that she shares with us on this episode of The Author Inside You podcast. We cover writer's conferences, publicists, and the unusual way she found her publisher.
Romance Writers of America www.rwa.org
088 Len Testa
On this episode of The Author Inside You, we interview author Len Testa who combined his two longtime passions of computer analysis and Disney World, into a best selling series of travel guide books. Len tells us how his survey of Disney fans is used to create content for his books and blog posts.
@LenTesta on Twitter
087 Mark Bona
A logline is a great tool to use when pitching your book to publishers and readers. In this episode of The Author Inside You, our guest Marc Bona explains loglines and why they are important to the success of your book.
Twitter and IG: @mbona30
086 Laurel McHargue
On this episode of The Author Inside You podcast, you will hear an interview with filled with great take-a-ways aimed at helping you with the publishing process. Leah & Matt interviewed author Laurel McHargue about recently completing her trilogy, starting a publishing company, and the dos and don'ts of a book launch party.
Alligator Preserves podcast
085 Steve Snyder
In this episode of The Author Inside You, guest Steve Snyder shares many useful tips for publishing and selling your book. He discusses Amazon fulfillment and how it works, why you need to enter multiple book contests, how to negotiate with museum gift shops and other valuable information that will help you sell your book.
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!