Posts Tagged ‘self-publishing’

Book Specs For Your Self-Published Book

Episode 150T Book Specs For Your Self-Published Book

EPISODE 150T When I self-publish my own books or work with clients to publish theirs, I use my Book Specifications Worksheet to collect all the information needed to create the final ebook and/or print book. In this episode, I go over several areas of the worksheet, letting you know all of the things you’ll have…

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Even Superman Had a Day Job: An Interview with Margaret Ethridge

Episode 148I Even Superman Had a Day Job

EPISODE 148I Today’s guest is Margaret Ethridge, author of Contentment and Commitment, who also writes as Maggie Wells, author of Love Game and Play Dates. Margaret likes to write about life choices, and she often uses her own life as a jumping off point for ideas. For instance, she loves college football, so she created…

124T – Understanding the Basics of Publishing

Episode 124T Understanding the Basics of Publishing

A friend of mine asked me to help her understand a little about publishing because her father had written a novel and she wanted to make sure he didn’t get taken advantage of. This is some of the information I shared with her. There are two main ways to publish a book – traditional publishing,…

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100I – The Expanding World of Kobo: An Interview with Christine Munroe

Episode 100I The Expanding World of Kobo

Today marks the 100th episode of WRITE NOW! Workshop Podcast! Woohoo!!! 😀 Very exciting day for me! To celebrate, I asked Christine Munroe, Director of Kobo Writing Life, if she would be our guest today. 😀 She graciously agreed, and we had a wonderful time talking about all the many things Kobo is doing with…

096I – Diversity and Disabled Characters: An Interview with Kathryn R Biel

Episode 096I Diversity and Disabled Characters

Today’s guest is Kathryn R Biel, author of chick lit, romantic comedies, women’s fiction, and more – and probably no relation to actor Jessica Biel, although she’s asked that a lot. Due to a horrendous Internet connection that was constantly going out the day before, when we recorded the interview a second time we were…