Interview

Episode 118 – Wish I’d Known Then With Jami Albright and Sara Rosett

This episode features a conversation with Jami Albright and Sara Rosett. Jami is the multiple award-winning author of the Brides on the Run series–a fun, sexy, snarky, laugh-out-loud good time. USA Today and Audible bestselling author Sara Rosett writes lighthearted mysteries with atmospheric settings, fun characters, and puzzling whodunit. The two are the best of… Continue reading Episode 118 – Wish I’d Known Then With Jami Albright and Sara Rosett

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Episode 98 – You Can Handle It with Laurie Wright

In this episode Mark interviews bestselling children's author Laurie Wright who is on a mission to empower people one book at a time through her books and the support she offers other authors to take action and publish their own books. This episode is sponsored by Findaway Voices. Based on a promotional campaign from NINC,… Continue reading Episode 98 – You Can Handle It with Laurie Wright

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Episode 97 – 10 Tips for Marketing and Making Money Off Your Short Fiction

In this episode, Mark shares ten tips on how authors can leverage their short fiction to earn more money as well as for various marketing activities. This episode is sponsored by Findaway Voices. Mark Talks about the promotional pricing tools built in to their tools. You can learn more about how you can get your… Continue reading Episode 97 – 10 Tips for Marketing and Making Money Off Your Short Fiction

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Episode 92 – Strong Authors and the IP Legacies They Deserve with ML Buchman

Mark interviews M. L. "Matt" Buchman about his writing journey and the importance of ensuring that an author's legacy and earning potential can be maintained for 70 years after an author's death, which is the subject of his book: Estate Planning for Authors: Your Final Letter (and why you need to write it now). Estate… Continue reading Episode 92 – Strong Authors and the IP Legacies They Deserve with ML Buchman

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Episode 47 – In The Pilot’s Seat With James Blatch

If you are familiar with the Self Publishing Formula Podcast, you'll likely recognize James Blatch as Mark Dawson's right-hand man; his co-host, or, perhaps, his co-pilot for the podcast. But in this episode Mark puts James in the pilots seat with a focus on Blatch's own writing, his background as a reporter, a videographer and,… Continue reading Episode 47 – In The Pilot’s Seat With James Blatch