Interview

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

Interview

Episode 37 – The Inner Dominatrix on Being a Badass in Business

Mark chats with Dana Pharant, a business owner, a speaker, an author and the host of the Inner Dominatrix Podcast, about her new book The Inner Dominatrix Guide: Become a Badass in Business. Before the interview, Mark shares a few personal updates: Misadventures of the cat and the headset cord Experience using PublishDrive after hearing… Continue reading Episode 37 – The Inner Dominatrix on Being a Badass in Business

Solo

Episode 36 – It’s Not You, It’s Your Crappy Book Cover

In this solo episode, Mark talks about two specific examples from his own publishing experience, where having a crappy cover didn't help book sales. He walks through the back-story for the eBooks in question, his reasoning behind the initial crappy cover (which he didn't realize was crappy in the first place) as well as the… Continue reading Episode 36 – It’s Not You, It’s Your Crappy Book Cover

Solo

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

Interview

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