Episode # 101 – Romantic Comedies from the Guy’s Perspective…with Rich Amooi

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richcovernewRomance author Rich Amooi is making a full-time living bucking trends with his quirky romantic comedies from the guy’s perspective. This week, I talk to Rich about the advice he didn’t follow, the joy of speaking Spanish, his low-stress approach to indie publishing…and we geek out a little over our love of radio. :)

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Angela McConnellEpisode # 101 – Romantic Comedies from the Guy’s Perspective…with Rich Amooi

Episode # 99 – Kate Danley on Failing Your Way to Success

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katecovernewUrban/paranormal fantasy writer Kate Danley’s journey to bestsellerdom began in “the world’s worst anatomy class” 12 years ago, when she started writing The Woodcutter to amuse herself. Since then, she has written three different series, become a USA Today bestselling author, and sold film and television rights to her Maggie McKay series. This week I got to talk to Kate about how she went from failing at acting to succeeding at writing, and how luck has played a role in her career.

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Episode # 98 – Diversify Your Way to Success with Scott Nicholson

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scottcovernewBestselling thriller writer Scott Nicholson first entered the self-publishing field in 2010, after a six-book deal with a traditional publishing house, and has never looked back. Since then, he’s published over 20 novels, sold books to Amazon’s Thomas & Mercer and 47North, and has overseen the translation of his work into a dozen different languages. This week, I talk to Scott about his journey and the importance of diversifying your publishing business for long-term success.

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Episode # 97 – Using Facebook Ads to Sell Your Books with Mark Dawson

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dawsoncovernewIt’s been an exciting year for Mark Dawson. When last I spoke with Mark, he was busy writing bestsellers during his commute to his day job. Since then, he’s built up a six-figure-a-year publishing business using email campaigns and targeted Facebook ads. On top of that, Mark’s also joined Amazon’s Thomas & Mercer imprint with his Beatrix Rose series and — oh, yes — he was recently featured in Forbes!

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Angela McConnellEpisode # 97 – Using Facebook Ads to Sell Your Books with Mark Dawson