Episode # 71 – Big Writing Projects with J Thorn

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JthorncoverJ Thorn takes on big projects. His first novel was 160,000 words, he’s just finished a 10 author collaborative project, he podcast, blogs, and still managed to write a million words. This episode focuses on what it takes to put together a complex co-authored project, as well as touches on box sets, being an entrepreneur, and experimenting in the self-publishing space.

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Julius SEpisode # 71 – Big Writing Projects with J Thorn

[Guest Post 003] Copyediting Essentials (and Why Every Author Needs a Copyeditor)

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blakepostcoverFrom Simon: Producing a professional book is one of the keys to success in self-publishing. Any book put out by a large publisher will have had a comprehensive edit, and you should do the same if you want to produce that can compete with the best of them. That why, this week I invited Blake Atwood to come and do a guest post to talk about copyediting, and why it is so vital for an indie author. Over to Blake…

 

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Simon Whistler[Guest Post 003] Copyediting Essentials (and Why Every Author Needs a Copyeditor)

Episode # 70 – Writing in Public with Dean Wesley Smith

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DeanSmithDean Wesley Smith has been writing for four decades, has 17 million novels in print, and puts out a monthly magazine containing around 80,000 words of new content just from him. He’s run two publishing companies, runs workshops, and has fully embraced indie publishing. Quite simply, this is not an interview you want to miss.

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Julius SEpisode # 70 – Writing in Public with Dean Wesley Smith

[Guest Post 002] How to Get the Work Done Efficiently (Even if you have a day job!)

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stacycovernewFrom Simon: Sometimes I’ll have a guest on the show who seems to have 30 hours each day. I’m often amazed by how much they manage to publish despite having a dozen other commitments. This weeks guest post is from Stacy Claflin, who is one of those people. This post will absolutely inspire you to get so much more done. Over to Stacy… 

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Simon Whistler[Guest Post 002] How to Get the Work Done Efficiently (Even if you have a day job!)

Episode # 69 – Writing Comedy with Dean Lorey

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DeanLoreyCrossing genres, some love it, some don’t. Dean Lorey, started with traditionally published young adult novels, moved to non-fiction, and now is self-publishing romance (not your ordinary romance though, “romance for men” which is actually satire) In this interview I talk to Dean about why he moved away from the traditional world, how to write comedy, and a whole lot else.

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Julius SEpisode # 69 – Writing Comedy with Dean Lorey