Episode # 25 – Switching Writing Genres with Michaelbrent Collings

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Switching Writing Genres with Michaelbrent Collings In this weeks interview I talk to Michaelbrent Collings about hopping writing genres and screenwriting. We start the show having a chat about the different genres he writes in and why he has written in switched writing genres previously. We then turn to talking about screenwriting and his background in it and how he …

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Episode # 23 – NaNoWriMo Special (Part 2 ) with J Bridger

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In this second NaNoWriMo special, I bring J Bridger back on the show to see just how she did during National Novel Writers Month. Did she make the 50,000 words? Listen to this extra RSP episode to find out. The normal Rocking Self-Publishing podcast will still air on Thursday!

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

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This week I had got to talk to Joseph Lallo, author of the Book of Deacon series. Joseph was one of the first authors to do a ‘book bundle.’ This is where several books are brought together and sold as a single item for a special price (chosen by the buyer). We also talk about self-publishing back in the early …

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Author Websites 101: Free vs Paid

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Should authors use free website providers like blogger.com or wordpress.com or pay for their own Hosting and hire someone to customize their site more? What are pros and cons of each?  Here is an overview of free vs paid websites.  

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Author Website 101: Technical Terms Explained

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Domain name – the address of the website to be entered in a browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Google Chrome).  Starts with www. and ends with .com/.net/.org suffix. Hosting – web server to keep your website files on, which allows other people access the public part of website (you have administrator’s access and controls when logging in). URL – Uniform Resource Locator, …

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