Steve Turnbull has been publishing stories in his steampunk Voidships Universe since late 2013, creating an impressive catalog of 14 titles and counting. This week, I talk to Steve about how he got started in self-publishing and how he manages to release a title a month.
Jacqueline pursued her dreams of publication in the traditional publishing world for many years. Although editors were enthusiastic and excited about her work, her books were ultimately turned down because they didn’t know how to sell them. Then she discovered the bright new world of self-publishing….
Brannon Hollingsworth has taken a unique approach to the indie publishing game by starting a publishing cooperative with like-minded authors in order to pool their skills and publish quality fiction under a common banner: Four Fools Press.
In an effort to 10x his book sales goals, Chris Fox realized he needed to increase his writing speed…and ended up developing an app and a book to help others do it too! Find out how he went from writing his first novel in 18 months to writing his most recent novel — some of his best work, he says — in 13 days.
This week I talk to Helen Smith, author of the highly acclaimed Alison Wonderland and Emily Castles Mysteries. She recounts her journey from a traditionally published writer to self-publisher from “back in the day,” to her current status as a hybrid author, as well as BritCrime.com, the upcoming virtual crime fiction festival she’s organized for readers and authors to meet online.