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“I do not over-intellectualize the production process. I try to keep it simple: Tell the damned story.” — Tom Clancy

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054: How to Get Foreign Rights to Sell Your Books Internationally
September 14, 2017
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054: How to Get Foreign Rights to Sell Your Books Internationally
Elliott Katz, author of “Being the Strong Man A Woman Wants: Timeless Wisdom on Being a Man,” shares how authors can can sell foreign rights to increase revenue, influence readers around the world, and give their books more credibility. His book has been translated into 24 languages by publishers in Europe, Asia, Latin America and […]
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053: How to Use Video & Facebook Live to Boost Your Authority
September 7, 2017
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053: How to Use Video & Facebook Live to Boost Your Authority
Darren Carrington is a video Impact coach with more than 25 years broadcasting experience in both Radio & TV.  He coaches people all over the world on a one-to-one basis through telephone, Skype or mutually convenient technology. Darren works with people who are using video, podcasting or engage in educational based marketing platforms to showcase their talents […]
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052: What NY Times Bestselling Author John David Mann Did When 40 Publishers Rejected His Latest Book
September 4, 2017
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052: What NY Times Bestselling Author John David Mann Did When 40 Publishers Rejected His Latest Book
Welcome to Episode 52 of The Art & Business of Writing podcast. This week, I am joined again by New York Times bestselling author John David Mann. If you remember, John joined me for the first time on Episode 17. John is back and this time he’s talking his new book, “The Recipe” and what […]
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051: Author Sites (Pt. 2): Hitting a Home Run with Your Home Page
February 8, 2017
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051: Author Sites (Pt. 2): Hitting a Home Run with Your Home Page
Last week we talked about how to get started with domains and hosting on your author website. This week, we’re diving in to your home page. Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, as authors we are competing with the entire writing world, from other self-published indie authors to New York Times and Amazon […]
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050: Author Sites (Pt. 1): Self-Hosting, Domains & Email
February 1, 2017
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050: Author Sites (Pt. 1): Self-Hosting, Domains & Email
In this episode, we talk about the importance of moving to a self-hosted web environment (WordPress is our recommendation). We examine how to choose a domain, other things you can use a domain for besides websites, and ow many to buy. Then we conclude with hosting providers and which providers offer what services. Domains & […]
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049: 10 Easy Ways to Market & Sell Your Book
January 26, 2017
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049: 10 Easy Ways to Market & Sell Your Book
Episode Sponsor This episode of The Art & Business of Writing is sponsored by Jamie Raintree. Be sure to check out this great writing tool that will help you stay on track with all of your writing project goals.   Marketing your book is one of the most challenging tasks a writer faces after finishing a […]
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048: Why We Love Scrivener & Why You Should Too
January 18, 2017
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048: Why We Love Scrivener & Why You Should Too
To Scrivener or not to Scrivener. That’s a question many writers still ask themselves. While Microsoft Word has its place in the writing process (mostly in collaborating with editors and proofreaders), I have found Scrivener to be the best option for writers who really want to manage their workflow better and create their ebooks from […]
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047: 12 Ways Writers Can Crush It Using Evernote
January 4, 2017
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047: 12 Ways Writers Can Crush It Using Evernote
Happy New Year. Today Kayla and I are talking about 12 Ways Writers Can Crush It Using Evernote. I have been a regular Evernote user since about 2013. I started with the free version and realized in time that this tool is really powerful and so now I use the $8 Premium version. Evernote has something for […]
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046: 6 Daily Habits That Prevent Writing Burnout
December 28, 2016
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046: 6 Daily Habits That Prevent Writing Burnout
So today’s topic is Daily Habits to Avoid Writing Burnout. It’s no secret that writers who are constantly pecking away at the keys can develop some habits that are counterproductive to their ability to write, stay fresh, and be creative. When a writer begins to burn out, things like doubt, depression, anxiety, and frustration begin […]
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045: How to Plan & Write a Book in 6 Months
December 21, 2016
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045: How to Plan & Write a Book in 6 Months
Welcome back! This week  Kayla and I show you How to Plan & Write a Book in 6 Month. We reflect on our successes and shortcomings in 2016 and discuss what we look forward to in 2017. We’re pushing the boundaries of our comfort levels and welcome you to join us. We’ve also assigned ourselves words to guide us through the coming year. […]
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