Here is a simple page linking over to all our past episodes.

All of these are interview with those who are indie publishing or hybrid publishing!

1 – How Libbie Hawker started a successful Indie career

2 – Making 6-Figures a Month with Indie Publishing with Danielle Bourdon

3 – Book Marketing and Movie Deals with Lisa Grace

4 – ‘Spend the Money’ with Alan Petersen

5 – Unconventional Marketing and Pricing with Joe Nobody

6 – Getting Your Start and the Value of Community with RM Prioleau

7 – The 7 Day Launch Strategy with Darren Wearmouth

8 – How to Get a Great Book Cover with Adrijus Guscia

9 – Developing an Online Presence with Lindsay Buroker

10 – Lessons Learned with Victoria Jeffrey

11 – Writing a Series with Cege Smith

12 – Effective Editing with Harry Dewulf

13 – Business Plans for Authors with Denise Grover Swank

14 – Networking and Real World Events with Colin Taber

15 – The Value of Digital Marketing with Kevin Leigh

16 – The Effectiveness of Perma-free with Elle Casey

17 – Marketing the Smart Way with Leeland Artra

18 – NaNoWriMo Special (Part 1) with J Bridger

19 – Should you Quit Your Job to Write? With Jason Brant

20 – Book Bundles (and plush toys) with Joseph Lallo

21 – Beyond Books with Mark Tufo

22 – The Pros and Cons of Small Press with Colin F Barnes

23 – NaNoWriMo Special (Part 2 ) with J Bridger

24 – Hard Work and Time Management with Johnny B Truant and Sean Platt

25 – Genre Hopping and Screenwriting with Michaelbrent Collings

26 – Using What You Know with John O’Brien

27 – In Depth on Research with Anthony Venutolo

28 – The Journey to Creating a Successful Series with Shawn Chesser

29 – Being a Prolific Writer with Armand Rosamilia

30 – Non Fiction Writing and the Future of Books with Jim Kukral

31 – Illustrated Children’s Fiction with Jeff Kennon

32 – Audiobooks with Simon Whistler and Leeland Artra

33 – Hybrid Deals and Online Events with Tim Long

34 – From Traditional Publishing to Self Pub with Holly Lisle

35 – Don’t Look to the Outliers with Hugh Howey

36 – What do Top Self Publishers Have in Common?

37 – Writing to Survive

38 – Working with a Street Team (and how to build one)

39 – Writing is an Entrepreneurial Venture with Russell Blake

40 – How to Write (a lot) More with Matt Ahlschlager

41 – Hybrid Publishing with CJ Lyons

42 – Earning Around Self-Publishing with Bryan Cohen

43 – Why you Should Work with Other Self Publishing Authors

44 – Increasing Your Inventory and Outlets with Michael Rank (and how to become a writer!)

45 – Easing the Cost of Kindle Publishing with Kickstarter

46 – Writing Bestsellers While Commuting with Mark Dawson

47 – Writing Books that Sell with Nancy Hendrickson

48 – Making Money with Children’s Books

49 – The Importance of Being an ‘Authorpreneur’ (author/entrepreneur) with Joanna Penn

50 – Testing Writing Ideas with Dave Cornford

51 – The Benefits of Being in a Writing Group

52 – Self Publishing Digital Comics

53 – How to Get in the Zone with Tom Evans

54 – Talking Book Marketing Services with The Fussy Librarian

55 – Building Good Writing Habits with Bobby Adair

56 – Exploring Book Pricing: From $0.99 to $199

57 – On Using a Pen Name and Selling 1000 Books a Day

58 – Editing for Indie Authors with Alida Winternheimer

59 – The Secrets of the World’s Most Successful Author

60 – Enjoying your Book Marketing

61 – Bucket Lists, Health, and Selling 250k Books with Mel Sherratt

62 – How to Sell More Books on Kobo

63 – Quadruple your Amazon Sales and Keep Your Readers

64 – Writing in Genres That SELL (and those that don’t!)

65 – Starting a Self-Publishing Career with David Gaughran

66 – Setting Writing Goals with Carl Sinclair

67 – Building an Audience with Podiobooks

68 – Story and Sales Ambition with AG Riddle

69 – Writing Comedy with Dean Lorey

70 – Writing in Public with Dean Wesley Smith

71 – Big Writing Projects with J Thorn

72 – Roxie Rivera on Embracing Indie Publishing

73 – Michael Sullivan on Traditional and Self-Publishing

74 – Rachael Herron on Why Your First Draft Should Suck!

75 – Gordon Doherty on Historical Fiction, Translations, and Audiobooks

76 – Joanna Penn Talks Business for Authors
77 – Mark Wayne McGinnis on his Rapid Rise to Success

78 – Chuck Rose on Having a Successful Launch with Your First Book

79 – Judith Glynn on Media Exposure and Freelance Writing

80 – 18 Month Retrospective with Libbie Hawker

81 – Chris Fox on Applying the Startup Mindset to Writing

82 – Amazon Imprints, Kindle Unlimited, and Kindle Serials

83 – Leveraging Wattpad to Build a Following and Bolster Sales with Linda Poitevin

84 – Are Serials Alive and Well? With C.C. Wall

85 – Using KingSumo to Build Your Email List with J Thorn

86 – Becoming a Bestseller without a Website with Joshua Dalzelle

87 – Revenge of the Nerds with Annie Bellet

88 – From Podcaster to Fiction Author with Tom Reynolds

89 – Historical Fiction Success with Carol Ervin

90 – The Business of Writing with Steve Scott

91 – Create Your Own Genre with Michael Bunker

92 – Thinking Long-Term with Zach Bohannon

93 – The Brave New World of Fiction with Jim Heskett

94 – Early Self-Pub Success with Gina LaManna

95 Go Big with Nick Cole

96 – Diversification and Dedication with Craig Schaefer

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

98 – Diversify Your Way to Success with Scott Nicholson

99 – Kate Danley on Failing Your Way to Success

100 – Public Relations for Authors with Derek Alan Siddoway

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

102 – Genre Hopping and Author Assistants with Elle Casey

103 – The Benefits of Mentorship with Mat Morris and Nancy Elliott

104 – Rachael Herron on Why Your First Draft Should Suck! [REBROADCAST]

105 – How to Make Your Book “Stick” to the Top of Sales Rankings with T. Ellery Hodges

106 – Disruption and The BritCrime Festival with Helen Smith

107 – Writing 5,000 Words an Hour with Chris Fox

108 – Publishing Cooperatives with Brannon Hollingsworth

109 – How to Find Your Market with Jacqueline E. Garlick

110 – World Building with Steve Turnbull

111 – Writing a Breakthrough Novel with Rysa Walker

112 – Angela McConnell on Setting Goals

113 – Selling Books as a Children’s Author

114 – Effective Pricing in Urban Fantasy with Shannon Mayer

115 – How to Connect with Readers on BookTube with PT Hylton

117 – Successful Collaboration with Bobby Adair and T.W. Piperbrook

118 – [REBROADCAST] Entrepreneurial Venture with Russell Blake

119 – Breaking Through with Kathryn O’Halloran

120 – Making Your Promotional Efforts Count with Andrea Pearson

121 – Space Opera Success with Timothy Ellis

122 – Seizing Opportunity with Post-Apocalyptic Author G. Michael Hopf

123 – The Long Game with Nick Thacker

124 – The End of Jobs with Taylor Pearson

125 – Making Progress with Angela McConnell

126 – Time Travel Adventure with Nathan Van Coops

127 – Clean Romance with Rachael Anderson

128 – Building a Bestselling Fantasy Universe with Garrett Robinson

129 – The Best of Both Publishing Worlds with Nicholas Sansbury Smith

130 – Motivation for Creative People with Mark McGuinness

131 – Translating and Marketing Your Book to a Foreign Language Market with Cristian Perfumo

132 – Write Your Book in 30 Days or Less with Kevin Tumlinson

133 – Building Good Writing Habits with Bobby Adair

134 – Efficient Writing with Sara Rosett

135 – Going Wide with Spy Thriller Author Ethan Jones

136 – Self-Publishing in the German Market with Anja Bauermeister

137 – Writing to Market with Chris Fox

138 – Effective Book Marketing with Bryan Cohen

139 – Using Editing Software to Improve Your Writing with Amanda Sumner

140 – Military Science Fiction with Jonathan Brazee

141 – Early Diagnosis Editing with Harry Dewulf

142 – Kyle Pratt on Developing Your Craft with Critique Groups

143 – Writing a Breakthrough Novel with Rysa Walker [REBROADCAST]

144 – How to Build a Creative Writing Career with Justin Sloan

145 – The Value of Experience with Derek Doepker

146 – What Makes a Good Book with Seeley James

147 – Boldly Launch a Fiction Career with Derek Murphy

148 – 20 Books to 50K with Michael Anderle

149 – The Selling Power of Tropes with J.A. Cipriano

150 – The Importance of Focus with Angela McConnell

151 – Switching Genres in Midstream with Richard Fox

152 – Planning the Long Game with Ben Hale

153 – Adam Croft on Developing a Hook for Your Book

154 – Audio Dramas with Michael Coorlim

155 – Immerse or Die with Jefferson Smith

156 – Launch Your Author Platform with Jonny Andrews

157 – Successful Launch Strategies with John L. Monk

158 – Stand-Alone Success with Maggie James

159 – Modern Marketing Techniques with Dave Chesson

160 – The Power of Free with Nathan Van Coops

161 – Fairy Tale Retellings with KM Shea

162 – The Changes in Publishing with William Kowalski

163 – Building a Loyal Fanbase with Adam Houge

164 – Writing Tools and Tips with Tattooed Writer

165 – Creating Effective Characters with Alida Winternheimer

166 – Superhero Adventure with Percival Constantine

167 – Diversifying Your Income with Rachael Herron

168 – A Book as a Business Card with Rachel Smets

169 – Getting Book Reviews as a New Author with Derek Siddoway

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  • robertscanlon

    Hey Simon. I love the show and your very detailed questions. I’ve been listening to the zany SPP for a while and they put me on to you, as did Joanna Penn. Great work! Why can I only see up to Archive #29 on this page? Am I missing something? I visited (and joined your newsletter) to get some links from the Victoria Danann episode, which i eventually found by clicking on the ‘Street Teams’ Category link. It was a great episode! (As so many are. I’m grateful for the time you are putting in.)

    • SimonRSP

      Hi Robert, Ah! I can be a little slow updating this page here, I really need to make it a weekly thing. If you go to the homepage (click the button top left, or just go to all of the latest episodes are posted there – that’s where they go up every Thursday 🙂

      • robertscanlon

        Aha! That was a bit dumb of me! I tell you what happened – I used your ‘first time splash page’ to sign up for the newsletter, then completely bypassed the home page (I think I went straight to the Download the Report page perhaps?). Might be worth an extra bit of text somewhere to repoint first-timers if needed – it may even have been in the welcome email, but of course I haven’t looked at that yet haha!

        Thanks for the fast reply 😉

        • SimonRSP

          Ah! Yes, I can see how that would have happened, I’m sure many have made the same mistake. I was just thinking about having a “Getting started with RSP” page the other day, so that would be the perfect place for it 🙂

  • Oh no! I can no longer see which links I’ve clicked already! Otherwise the new theme looks great, but consider changing the css for the a:visited on this page 🙂

    • SimonRSP

      Wow, thanks for the comment, I kinda forgot about this page, and now I can see that it is really out of date!

      The site redevelopment is a work in process. Mostly done to make everything much faster. I’ll talk to my WordPress guy about sort out the links :).

      • Awesome! Thanks, Simon.
        I really love your interviews. Learning a lot of stuff, and it’s very inspiring too.

        And I was going to write to you, when I was getting closer to the bottom, if the site hadn’t been updated by then, but now that you know it, I’m pretty sure you’ll get around to fix that, before I reach the end of the list 😉

        • SimonRSP

          I sure hope so, it’ll be a couple of days while I get everything sorted on the site front, but it’s on my list 🙂

          • *poking with a stick* 😀

          • SimonRSP

            *Ahem* so, it is possible, that I might have forgotten this request… I can’t work how to do this myself in the theme customization area, but I just sent an email to my WordPress guy to sort it out, so soon it should be working!

          • The new theme makes it easy to just go to the next post, and I¨m at #62 now, so I’ll probably be up to date, before your WP guy gets on top of it, but try to ask him to do make in an automatic thing. It’s quite possible to extract all posts tagged with one tag to a list. I’m sure he’ll be able to figure that out. And then it’ll just grow as you add new podcasts 🙂

            And I’d much prefer you to do new podcasts, than grinding away in WordPress 😉 You’re doing a wonderful job with this site and the interviews. Thank you so much!

          • SimonRSP

            Haha, I know it! I didn’t do anything to the site for a year because I was just focused on making a good show :).

  • AuthZH

    Where are links 95-134?

    • SimonRSP

      Working on an update. Soon.