I’ve been obsessing about audio lately. Not only do I listen to a metric fuckton of audio books and podcasts, but I’ve been consuming my body weight in instruction guides and nonfiction resources in an effort to learn about the creation of audio itself. Why? Because I’m desperate to record and publish my nonfiction as audio books. After starting a podcast, it gave me the confidence I could do it, I figure it’s the next learning step, and frankly, if others are doing it, why the hell can’t I? In this post, I’ve pulled together some of the resources for creating audio books that I’ve been studying, I hope they help you learn more about audio book creation too. In my next post, I’ll take you through my step by step process for creating a mini audio booth. [Read more…] about Resources for Creating Audio Books and Podcasts
It’s always a delight to be asked to speak at a conference. It’s something I love doing and something I’d love to do more of in the future. If you’re not on my mailing list, then you might not be aware that today, the Romance Writers Summit launches. And I’m speaking all about villains, of course! But this romance writing craft conference isn’t just for romance authors. It’s for any and every author looking to improve their craft. [Read more…] about FREE Romance Writing Craft Conference LIVE Today
Boni Wagner-Stafford – How to Market Nonfiction Books
Welcome back to episode two of The Rebel Author Podcast. I’ve purposefully launched two episodes in rapid succession for the launch. For the rest of 2019, I’ll be bringing you two episodes a month, though this might increase come 2020. Today’s episode is all about co-writing for indie authors featuring Dan Willcocks.
Today’s episode welcomes, Dan Willcocks, you can find out more about Dan on his website, instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Listen to his podcast Great Writers Share here. We also discussed his book Twisted.
In the Introduction
I mention Narrated by the Author by Renee Conoulty, a must read or listen to if you want to narrate, edit and produce your own audiobooks. I also read out the first listener rebel. If you’d like to have a rebel memory read out on the show, you can tweet me @rebelauthorpod or email me here with your memory and social media handle.
If you’d like to listen to each episode before anyone else, you can support the show on Patreon here. [Read more…] about 002 – Co-writing for Indie Authors with Dan Willcocks
Welcome to the first official episode of the Rebel Author Podcast. Today, I talk to Adam Croft about all things indie author mindset, wide marketing and a sprinkling of banter.
In The Introduction
In the introduction, I talk about three things, first up a poetry book by Atticus called The Truth About Magic, you can get a copy here. I also talk about a book I’m listening to on audible called Playing Big by Tara Mohr, that gave me a bit of an epiphany about fear and the different type, grab a copy here. Last, I get all excited about a new animated version of The Addams Family coming to a cinema near you for Halloween.
If you’d like to listen to each episode before anyone else, you can support the show on Patreon here.
Here’s more about today’s guest.
I have some kind of selective memory disease. That or a piss poor excuse for a long term memory. Either way, unless I write shit down, it doesn’t get remembered. I used to journal, I stopped when I went to university… too busy studying studiously. Ahem. But this journey into full-time writing is not something I want to forget. So here are the 8 lessons I’ve learned after three months full-time writing.
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