Writer Groupie Episode 40 YA Sci-fi/Fantasy with Kathryn Sullivan

Writer Groupie Episode 40 YA Sci-fi/Fantasy with Kathryn Sullivan

Writer Groupie Episode 40 YA Sci-fi/Fantasy with Kathryn Sullivan

Hello, Groupies! Today I talk with Kathryn Sullivan. And, this episode is our 40th interview on WG! I am rather proud of that fact and just wanted to hoot about it. If you are a new author wondering how to stand out in the crowded book market, consider starting a podcast. It’s great fun and it can help build your platform. Don’t forget to listen to the AUDIO ONLY version for the latest and greatest. See the audio link below. Now off we go, and on with the show! _____________ Kathryn Sullivan was born and raised in the Chicago suburb

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Here’s another busy Sunday

Here’s another busy Sunday

Happy Sunday everyone! I have been very busy getting stuff done for my digital life. I have learned how to produce my podcast audio and video and believe me, it was not easy. My sweet husband has been doing it for me all this time, but he is soon going to be unable to do that, so I had to learn. I never realized how much went into the editing phase of production. When I tell you I will be glad when he is well enough to take back that responsibility, I really truly mean it. There are so many

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Writer Groupie Episode 37 The Entertaining King Twins

Writer Groupie Episode 37 The Entertaining King Twins

Welcome to October and the start of a whole new month of Writer Groupie! On the audio portion of the show, I catch you up to date on industry news, what’s the latest from me, and who’s coming on the show today. I will always have good stuff in the intro to the audio (podcast) so be sure to tune in either here on the blog or at iTunes. Now off we go, and on with the show! _____________ My guests this week are Margaret and Kat King, also known as, The King Twins. You may remember they came on

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The Top 5 Marketing Tips for Your Book

The Top 5 Marketing Tips for Your Book

Self-published authors know that the biggest row to hoe ahead of them is marketing their book. The writing is hard, the editing is harder, but the marketing of that book is certainly the hardest of them all when it comes to this self-publishing journey. I know. I have been there. But I also have a few tips for you to maybe give you food for thought. First, some people might just want to know what marketing your book MEANS. In my honest opinion, it’s just telling folks about your book. It’s getting the word out. Secondly, some people want to

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To podcast or not to podcast that is the question

To podcast or not to podcast that is the question

Do you listen to podcasts? I hear that our world is getting busier and busier and people have less and less time to sit down and actually relish a written book (or anything else!) – does that sound like you? Well, me too. I enjoy podcasts as I sit at my desk and work because I can do more than just work. I can listen to a story or instruction. There are a few points I can make about podcasting for the podcaster however. Most of them are positive. They are portable and timely Podcasts can be downloaded by the

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