Five years and eight books into his career, Adam Croft was making enough to pay his bills. But it was his ninth book with a killer hook and Facebook ads that launched his sales into the stratosphere, attracting a major publishing deal with Thomas & Mercer, and putting him on track to make $1.5 mil this year. This week I talk to Adam to find out how it all happened.
Epic-to-Urban Fantasy author Ben Hale published his first book in The Chronicles of Lumineia series in mid-2012 and was earning a full-time income six months later. This week, I talk to Ben about how a long-term mindset helped him build a successful writing career in such a short amount of time.
Richard Fox began his career writing espionage thrillers, but after four books, he switched to military scifi and is now a top-ranked Amazon Author. This week, we talk about why he switched genres and how that move paid off for him.
In this interview, I bring back onto the show Angela McConnell to talk about everything that has been going on since we last spoke six-months ago. We talk about her decision to pursue an ambitious new writing project, and how she plans to use it to build a loyal fan following.
Urban Fantasy author J.A. Cipriano’s The Thrice Cursed Mage series is currently enjoying great success at the top of the urban fantasy charts. This week I talk to Jason about his exciting new series, what he did to “break out,” and the 19 other books he wrote before getting to this point.