Writer Groupie Episode 44 Chat with Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author/poet

Writer Groupie Episode 44 Chat with Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author/poet

Writer Groupie Episode 44 Chat with Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author/poet

Welcome, Groupies! Welcome to Episode 44! Today I interview Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author and poet. Her books are If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor and After. In my special intro, I talk about focusing in on your niche and how it is critical for today’s book marketing world. So if you are interested in ways to be more focused on your niche, be sure to have a listen to the audio only version. _____________ Barbara Ehrentreu is published by Muse It Up Publishing and has many insights about writing. She is an editor as well, and I am happy

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Writer Groupie Episode 41 YA Fiction with H W Vivian

Writer Groupie Episode 41 YA Fiction with H W Vivian

Welcome, Groupies! This is episode 41 of the podcast, and today I chat with H W Vivian, author of War of Rain, Chasers, and a humor/satire book, Days of Amber, under her pen name, Alex Chu. In my intro, I talk about Disk of Death and what the latest is on that book coming out in February. I also ‘splain what a copy editor is among other fun things, so be sure to check out the audio version of the podcast for my tidbits, or the video version for the interview only. So, here we go…on with the show! _____________

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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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Writer Groupie Episode 38 Orphaned books with Jennifer Anderson

Writer Groupie Episode 38 Orphaned books with Jennifer Anderson

Good day, Groupies! After watching this episode back, I realize there are a lot of glitches in this episode. I apologize. Skype definitely was not our friend this time. If you want to hear my introduction for this show, please be sure to listen to the AUDIO ONLY version for the latest and greatest of what’s going on with me, the show, and what’s new in the writing world. See the audio link below. Don’t forget–you can see the upcoming guest list on the WG page here and I hope you enjoy each episode! Now off we go, and on

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Pen names: who uses them?

Pen names: who uses them?

Welcome to another day of questions…I know I know–who cares, right? Well, you might if you are an author or reader with a curious mind. I am writing today about pen names and how on earth one keeps them “anonymous”. I think some authors are sort of nonchalant about whether someone knows they are the “pen name” or not. But I know of at least two people who really want to hide behind the pen name for good reasons. They are business people, professionals who happen to write erotic novels on the side. Bully for them. But how does one

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