Hello and welcome back to the Rebel Author Podcast episode 7. Today I’m talking to Katie Forrest all about Time Management for Writers. But first… [Read more…] about 007 – Time Management for Writers with Katie Forrest
Welcome to episode six of the The Rebel Author Podcast where I’m talking to Renee Conoulty all about how indie authors can DIY an audiobook.
In the Introduction
This week I was delighted to be on the Alliance of Independent Authors fiction and nonfiction podcast with Orna Ross. We were talking about all things marketing. Specifically answering the question Who is Your Reader and Why Should You Care? If you’d like to catch the episode you can right here.
I’m even more delighted to announce that I’ll be a regular guest on their podcast going forward. Every second Monday of the month, I’ll be hosting the fiction and nonfiction podcast episode with Adam Croft. We’ll tackle all kinds of writing, marketing and publishing questions. So subscribe on your podcatchers so you don’t miss out.
Listener Rebel of the Week is Renee Gallant
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Today our lovely guest is hosting a giveaway to win 1x ebook and 1x audiobook copy of Narrated by the Author.
I can’t believe I’m writing a post about being six months full-time writing. The first three months whizzed by but there was this sense of length too. Of time expanding and stretching out in front of me. Not so much for the last three months. It’s been a hop and skip to get to the six month marker. I’m changing and learning so fast it makes me even more grateful I’m taking the time out to chronicle this journey. If you missed the lessons from my first three months, you can find them here.
Six Months Full-Time Writing
So six months in to this journey, what have I learned?
Hello and welcome back to episode four of The Rebel Author Podcast. I am so excited for this interview. When I was transcribing the interview, I found myself taking loads of notes. Kristina is an absolute editing whizz and shows you how to self-edit better.
In the intro, I talk about the two blog posts I’ve been pulling together on audio resources. The first one is a huge list of resources I’ve been bingeing my way through and I recommend for anyone trying to either grow their knowledge of audio creation or trying to produce DIY audiobooks.
The second one will take you step by step through the creation of my audio booth in my very very tiny office! That post will be published on 28th October 2019, if you’re reading this post after that date, you can use this link.
I also talk about Lindsay Buroker’s return to the world of podcasting. I used to love listening to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Marketing Podcast, but it stopped about six months ago. I’m delighted to tell you she’s back with Jo Lallo and Andrea Pearson, in their new podcast is called Six Figure Authors. Their tagline:
Six Figure Authors is the podcast that helps you take your writing career to the next level.
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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
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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