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Episode 308 – Historical Fiction Inspired by Real People with C. C. Humphreys

Mark interviews, actor and writer C. C. Humphreys about his new novel Some Day I'll Find You. Prior to the interview, Mark shares a word from this episode's sponsor. You can learn more about how you can get your audiobooks distributed to retailers and library systems around the world at starkreflections.ca/Findaway. During the interview Mark… Continue reading Episode 308 – Historical Fiction Inspired by Real People with C. C. Humphreys

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Episode 305 – Rising Action Publishing with Alexandria Brown

Mark interviews Alexandria Brown from Rising Action Publishing about her role in acquisitions and works with sub-agents on subsidiary rights. Prior to the interview, Mark shares a word about this episode's sponsor. You can learn more about how you can get your audiobooks distributed to retailers and library systems around the world at starkreflections.ca/Findaway. During… Continue reading Episode 305 – Rising Action Publishing with Alexandria Brown

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Episode 288 – Edo van Belkom on Re-Adapting and Re-Inventing Your Writer Self

Mark interviews Canadian author Edo van Belkom about his life in writing, and the January 2023 the Paramount+ TV series adaptation of his Silver Birch Award-Winning Novel WOLF PACK by Jeff Davis and starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Prior to the interview, Mark shares comments from recent episodes, a brief personal update, welcomes new Patron Dharma… Continue reading Episode 288 – Edo van Belkom on Re-Adapting and Re-Inventing Your Writer Self

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Episode 275 – Samantha M. Bailey on Unreliable Narrators and Unrelenting Authorship

Mark interviews Samantha M. Bailey, the author of WOMAN ON THE EDGE, a USA TODAY and #1 national bestseller, and WATCH OUT FOR HER, an instant #1 national bestseller about her twenty-year writing journey. Prior to the main segment, Mark shares a personal update and a word about this episode's sponsor. You can learn more… Continue reading Episode 275 – Samantha M. Bailey on Unreliable Narrators and Unrelenting Authorship