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Episode 33 – Two Wrongs That Make A Writer Spite

This week's episode is solo, with Mark reflecting on Two Wrongs That Make a Writer Spite. He takes a look at two negative things that writers often focus on which can be demotivating and make them hateful or spiteful - things that detract from what writers should be focusing on to move onward and upward… Continue reading Episode 33 – Two Wrongs That Make A Writer Spite

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Episode 32 – C C Humphreys on Hybrid Author Publishing

The feature interview in this episode is with C.C. Humphreys, an actor, playwright, fight choreographer and novelist. Chris has ten novels that were all traditionally published, several of which have been Globe and Mail Bestsellers and his historic novel "Plague won the Crime Writers of Canada's Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel in 2015.… Continue reading Episode 32 – C C Humphreys on Hybrid Author Publishing

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Episode 29 – Terry Fallis on Writing with Authenticity, Humor & Passion

This episode features an interview with Canadian author Terry Fallis. who is a two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, the winner of CBC Canada Reads for "the essential novel of the decade" the winner of the CBA Libris Author of the Year Award for 2013, and someone who has had a 6-part… Continue reading Episode 29 – Terry Fallis on Writing with Authenticity, Humor & Passion

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Episode 28 – Reflections on The Power of Moments by Chip Heath & Dan Heath

This episode is a solo one in which Mark walks through his reflections upon recently reading the book The Power of Moments by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. In his personal update, Mark shares an update about the Free Kobo promo that he ran which include the following results 5 weeks after starting that promo.… Continue reading Episode 28 – Reflections on The Power of Moments by Chip Heath & Dan Heath

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Episode 27 – Jamie Ferguson on Bundles, Curation and Collaboration

The feature interview in this episode is a chat with Jamie Ferguson about her writing, the thing that made the difference in terms of kick-starting her writing productivity, and the various collaborations and curation she has done by leveraging BundleRabbit as a collaborative tool. Mark then shares a quick personal update, about the fact that… Continue reading Episode 27 – Jamie Ferguson on Bundles, Curation and Collaboration