This week’s guest is Percival Constantine, superhero superfan and author of the superhero adventure series Vanguard. This week I chat with Perry about his journey to self-publishing, how publishing’s changed since 2008, and his upcoming crime fiction series set in Japan.
We first welcomed author, editor, writing coach, and consultant Alida Winternheimer to the show over two years ago in Episode #58. This week she’s back to give us an update on her career and talk about the most important element of a great story: the characters.
When the Tattooed Writer first appeared on RSP #57 over two years ago, he was selling 1,000 books a day under pen names. That episode remains one of our most downloaded episodes. This week, TW returns to give us an update on his career and discuss why he decided to finally write a series under his own name.
Bestselling author Adam Houge has sold over 2 million books in Christian Non-Fiction, as well as genre fiction under pen names, and he just started publishing in 2013! This week I chat with Adam about how he got into self-publishing, how he was able to create such extraordinary success in such a short amount of time, and how he’s been able to write more than 100 books in the past three years.
William Kowalski is a traditionally published and award-winning literary fiction author who has moved over to indie publishing. This week I chat with William about the major changes he’s seen in the publishing industry, why he chose to self-publish, and My Writing Network, a multi-site network and community he’s built specifically for writers.