Have you ever wanted to change the world for the better, but then felt like an utter failure because you were not able to accomplish that goal? Then listen to this episode of The Author Switch, for my guest Marc Ensign has something to say that you need to hear.
Are you ready to publish your book? That’s what I talk about in this episode of The Author’s Switch!
How much do you love to search for guest blog and guest podcast opportunities? Don’t you just relish the Google searching, the Excel spreadsheets, and all those dead links and bounced emails? Me neither. That’s where today’s guest Andy Cabasso and his software company, Postaga, come in. Things are about to get a whole lot easier!
What happens between the time the manuscript is complete and the book is published? Pre-publishing! That is the phase of The Authorneer’s Journey I talk about in today’s episode of The Author’s Switch. This phase is where you get your cover and your the interior of your book designed.
If you aren’t known for something, you won’t be known for anything. That’s why an author brand is so important. However, the idea can be quite elusive. In today’s podcast, I chat with Mark MacDonald about author branding and how new and aspiring authors can be known for something.
I’m switching it up with The Author’s Switch this week and providing a video version in addition to the audio version of the podcast. In this episode, I continue the 8-part series about The Authorneer’s Journey and dig into author business planning.
Whether you are self-publishing or being published by a large or boutique publisher, you are responsible for your book marketing. In this episode of The Author’s Switch, Carma Spence has a candid conversation about book marketing for indie authors with Case Lane, author of 19 books. Runtime: 22 minutes, 43 […]
If you’re working with a publisher on your book, you don’t have to worry layout and design, because your publisher takes care of it. However, if you’re an Authorneer, then you’re also more than likely an Independent or Indie Author and therefore must deal with it yourself. In this episode […]
Since “The Secret” came out back in 2006 or so, The Law of Attraction has gained a lot of devotees, as well as a lot of naysayers. However, I think a lot of people simply don’t understand how it works. What I hope to do in this post is clear some of that clutter, especially as the Law of Attraction applies to new, aspiring, and established authors.