Posts Tagged ‘interviews’

Finishing Your First Book: An Interview with James Blatch

Episode 139I Finishing Your First Book

EPISODE 139I Our guest today is former BBC reporter, James Blatch. You may recognize him as the co-host of the Self-Publishing Show podcast (formerly Self-Publishing Formula) with Mark Dawson. He shares with us the long journey of writing his first book, which should be out in a few months. James tells us how he started…

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Food, Language, and Writing 18th Century America: An Interview with Laura Frantz

Episode 138I Food Language and Writing 18th Century America

EPISODE 138I Our guest today is Laura Frantz, historical romance author of nearly a dozen books of faith, romance, and courage. Her latest book is A Bound Heart, the story of two people sold as indentured servants and expelled from their beloved Scotland, but destined to be together in the Americas. Laura writes in a…

Writing What You Love: An Interview with Cassidy Carter

Episode 137I Writing What You Love

EPISODE 137I Today’s guest is Cassidy Carter, whose new book, Love on Location, just came out with Hallmark Publishing. Hallmark is all about sweet romance, usually with some humor on the side, and Cassidy definitely delivers. Cassidy tells us about her writing journey, starting at Carina Press, taking a break with her children, then coming…

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Learning to Heal From Burnout, Part 2: An Interview with Amanda Hudson

Episode 135I Learning to Heal From Burnout Pt 2

EPISODE 135I Today’s guest, Amanda Hudson, is a writer who has recently experienced burnout – not being tired of doing what she’s doing, but burnout in the medical sense of the word. Amanda had so much advice that we decided to break our interview into two episodes, so here is the second half starting from…

Learning to Heal From Burnout, Part 1: An Interview with Amanda Hudson

Episode 134I Learning to Heal From Burnout Pt 1

EPISODE 134I Today’s guest, Amanda Hudson, is a writer who has recently experienced burnout – not being tired of doing what she’s doing, but burnout in the medical sense of the word. If you’ve been listening to the show, you know that I’ve been struggling to understand burnout and heal from it myself. Amanda lives…