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Episode 51 – A Lot of Niching To Be Done with Rachel Amphlett

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

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Episode 46 – 52 Stories in 52 Weeks with Phillip McCollum

In this episode Mark interviews Phillip McCollum about an intriguing project of writing 52 stories in 52 weeks. Or, "One writer's journey in tackling, shackling, and shooting his inner critic." Prior to the interview, Mark shares a word from the podcast's sponsor, Findaway Voices . . . . . . and then a personal update… Continue reading Episode 46 – 52 Stories in 52 Weeks with Phillip McCollum

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Episode 38 – Nathan Van Coops on Writing, Flying, and Safely Landing Your Audience

In this episode, Mark interviews Nathan Van Coops who claims that he lives on a diet comprised mainly of tacos. He enjoys old planes, motorcycles, and Volkswagen's, contends that there is such a thing as “dressy” flip-flops and is the time travel adventure series, In Times Like These, and The Skylighter Adventures. Nathan, of course,… Continue reading Episode 38 – Nathan Van Coops on Writing, Flying, and Safely Landing Your Audience

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Episode 23 – Accurate History for Authors with Danièle Cybulskie

In this episode, Mark interviews Danièle Cybulskie about how she translated her passion for The Middle Ages into featured articles at Medievalists.net that have reached more than half a million readers, has had her work as a subject matter specialist adopted for nine Ontario colleges, had created fun and informative books such as The Five-Minute… Continue reading Episode 23 – Accurate History for Authors with Danièle Cybulskie

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Episode 21 – Real World Connections in a Digital World with J Thorn and Zach Bohannon

This episode features an interview with J Thorn and Zach Bohannon. They talk not only about the collaboration that the two of them do, but also a few of their more adventurous collaborations with other authors including the original train journey with Joanna Penn and Lindsay Buroker and how that unique writing experience evolved into… Continue reading Episode 21 – Real World Connections in a Digital World with J Thorn and Zach Bohannon