We first met time travel adventure author Nathan Van Coops last November in Episode #126. This week he’s back to talk about the completion of his final book in his In Times Like These trilogy, why he’s changed his mind about producing audiobooks for permafree titles, and how giving away thousands of books has been his best marketing strategy so far.
This week I talk to “Kindlepreneur” Dave Chesson about using online marketing strategies to drive traffic to your books, tactics he’s used to build his own career, and his brand-new venture KDP Rocket.
Despite the huge popularity of series, psychological suspense author Maggie James is finding her own way to success writing stand-alone novels. In this week’s episode, Maggie talks to us from Thailand where she is living the nomadic writer’s dream about how she went from accountant to full-time writer and what it was like to receive the call from Amazon.
Supernatural thriller writer John L. Monk recently made the move to post-apocalyptic YA to bestselling results. This week, I talk to John about the specific launch strategies he took to make his new book a success.
Jonny Andrews is the founder of Author Platform Rocket, a service that helps authors build their subscriber lists using advertising and giveaways. This week, I talk to Jonny about his experience as an online business entrepreneur, why he thinks authors are late to Facebook ads and what they can do about it, and the two most important activities indie authors should be doing on a daily basis.