In today’s episode, we delve into the importance of personal development for authors, with one of my favorite guests, Honorée Corder. We recorded this conversation face to face at the 20 books conference in Las Vegas the day after she gave her inspiring keynote address.
In today’s episode, we’re learning from thriller author AC Fuller, who set a goal for himself to become a full-time writer in last 2016 and then went out and accomplished that goal.
We get into subjects like being successful landing Bookbub ads, and the value AC has found in running AMS ads for his Alex Vane media thriller series. We cover the launch strategy he’s put together for a new series that’s coming after the first of the year, and the mindset change that allowed him to achieve that goal of becoming a full-time author.
Have you ever asked yourself, what could happen if you took this author thing seriously? Today’s guest is Shayne Silvers, an author who asked himself that question in early 2016. He spent six months research how to best position his books in front of the right readers and then applied what he’d learned. This interview is a great combination of ‘how to’ and inspiration that I think you’ll really enjoy.
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.
Scott Paul’s first year as an indie published author was a stunning financial success. He explains how being willing to pivot from something that was working to something that might work even better made all the difference.
Author Craig Martelle takes us through his first year as a published author, which has resulted in over a dozen titles, four series and a current author rank of 99.