Author Martha Carr joins us this week to take a deep dive into the creation of a multi-author universe. We’ll discuss topics like creating the universe name, selecting the core group of authors to write the books, the creation of art, covers, storylines, the social media community, and the website. We’ll even get into things like the technology involved in managing those storylines and how the various authors work together to create their books.
Our guest today is Valerie Peterson, a widely read commentator on the business of publishing, and our topic today is the sale of Film and Television rights for authors.
In this episode, we’ll get into things like what level of involvement should an author expect after selling those rights, what’s working now in the evolving world of Television rights, some of the crazy things going on with the adaptations of some classic books, what you should look for if you’re approached with an offer from an agent or producer and much, much more.
Today we’re exploring how indie authors can get their books into indie bookstores with Suzanne Orchard, the owner of Key West Island Books, a gem of an indie bookstore in Key West, Florida.
The pressures of life, jobs, family, friends and keeping the ship afloat can make running your author business feel like a juggling act with no end in sight. Author Jim Heskett joins us to discuss his new book, The Juggling Author and to share his tips for successfully juggling everything in your busy life.
Building a backlist is a cornerstone to a successful indie author’s career. Chris Fox joins us this week to explain the how, when and why of relaunching a novel, a series or an entire backlist.