In this solo episode, Mark plays clips from a couple of other podcasts, shares some personal updates related to his own audiobook products, and goes neck deep into his thoughts about audiobooks for authors. The episode is sponsored by Findaway Voices. Some of the topics Mark covers in this episode include: How much he still… Continue reading Episode 63 – Wait. Did You Hear That? All About Audiobooks.
In this episode, Mark interviews Rachel Amplett, the author of the successful Dan Taylor and Kay Hunter police procedural thrillers as well as stand alone thrillers and mystery novels. Scared to Death - the 1st novel in Rachel's Kay Hunter series The interview includes a lot of information related to this episode's sponsor, Findaway Voices… Continue reading Episode 51 – A Lot of Niching To Be Done with Rachel Amphlett
In this week's episode, Mark speaks with Tina Dietz who is an award-winning and internationally acclaimed speaker, audiobook publisher, podcast producer, and content marketing expert. Prior to the interview, Mark shares a few personal updates that include the launch of his new traditionally published book Macabre Montreal, and how that book launch interfered with attending… Continue reading Episode 42 – Tina Dietz on Writing, Entrepreneurship and Audio
This episode includes clips of interviews that Mark conducted on a tour through the Findaway offices in Cleveland, Ohio that took place on Tuesday May 22nd. Mark chats with folks from the Findaway Voices team (Will, Wes and Eric) as well as with Findaway CEO Mitch Kroll. In the introduction, Mark shares a few updates,… Continue reading Episode 22 – Finding My Way With Findaway
In Episode 19, Mark interviews Bruce Outridge, an artist, speaker, podcaster, television host, cartoonist, columnist, consultant and coach. The podcast features a fifteen minute interview with Bruce as well as a couple of short clips from his Cashing in on Creativity podcast which has a format that is as fun and unique as Bruce himself.… Continue reading Episode 19 – Cashing in on Creativity with Bruce Outridge