Interview

Episode 85 – Annette Spratte on German Translations

In this episode Mark interviews Annette Spratte, a bilingual author living in Germany who has published books in various genres and languages, including a contemporary romance series self-published in English, a childrenā€˜s book series in German with three traditionally published books and two more scheduled for 2020. A historical romance will also be traditionally published… Continue reading Episode 85 – Annette Spratte on German Translations

Solo

Episode 78 – Post BEA 2019 Reflections

In this episode, Mark shares some thoughts and reflections from last week's visit to Book Expo America in New York. He explains a bit about what the fair is, why the fair is, his impressions and thoughts of this year's fair and a bit about its history, as well as a few news items related… Continue reading Episode 78 – Post BEA 2019 Reflections

Interview

Episode 71 – A Buffet of Writing Advice with Patricia McLinn

In this episode, Mark interviews USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn about her three decades of experience in writing and publishing and the more than 50 books she has published. Just SOME of Patricia's novels . . . Prior to the interview, Mark shares a word from the episode's sponsor, Findaway Voices . . .… Continue reading Episode 71 – A Buffet of Writing Advice with Patricia McLinn

Solo

Episode 55 – Forward Momentum While Looking Back

In this solo episode, Mark takes a look at his 2018 writing and publishing goals and shares the hits, the misses, and the alterations that took place in the past twelve months. He feels it is important to remind writers that if they are already beating themselves up for not completing all the previous year's… Continue reading Episode 55 – Forward Momentum While Looking Back

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