Interview

Episode 186 – Fresh Starts: Tales from the Pikes Peak Writers

From mystery to romance and science fiction—from heartfelt essays to poetry that moves the soul, FRESH STARTS is a bold new anthology of tales from the Pikes Peak Writers. Mark interviews three of the contributors to this anthology in celebration of the new book's release on Friday April 9, 2021.   Prior to the interview,… Continue reading Episode 186 – Fresh Starts: Tales from the Pikes Peak Writers

Interview

Episode 116 – Taking the Short Tack with Matty Dalrymple

Mark has a conversation with Matty Dalrymple about her new collaborative book project. Matty is the author of the Lizzy Ballard Thrillers and the Ann Kinear Suspense Novels. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, and the Brandywine Valley Writers Group. She lives with her husband Wade… Continue reading Episode 116 – Taking the Short Tack with Matty Dalrymple

Interview

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

Interview

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

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