Scott Baker joins us to discuss how writers can use dictation to supercharge their writing output and protect their health. We take a deep dive into the whys and hows of using Dragon Dictation as an author, including Scott’s recommendations for software and hardware.
Using the correct keywords can improve visibility for your book dramatically at Amazon, whether you write fiction or non-fiction. Dave Chesson, the KindlePreneur joins us.
Three indie authors and a professional book designer join the show to discuss the various options available for formatting ebooks. Jake Devlin, C.A. Newsome, S.J Pajonas and The Book Design Guy, John Gibson each format an example ebook using their preferred technology and we compare costs, time involved and the results for each method used.
Work harder, write more, sleep less, publish the next book. It’s the path to success as an indie author, right? What happens if that’s not a viable track for you? This week’s show is a conversation with between Taylor Stevens and Stephen about what to do when you find that pushing yourself to work harder and faster no longer works.
Author Laurence Shames joins us to discuss the process he used to create an audio book for KEY WEST LUCK, the 11th book in his Key West Capers series in this episode of The Author Biz podcast.
What’s involved in creating an audiobook through ACX? Narrator Elizabeth Klett, with over 70 audiobooks to her credit us joins us to explain the process in this episode of The Author Biz.