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Episode 175 – “AuthorRise Yourself”

June 11, 2015

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The Newbie Writer’s Podcast

Guest: Chris Weber

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AuthorRise Goals help you stay committed to everyday activities that lead to a larger, more engaged readership. While your long-term objective may be to become a bestseller, it’s the smaller, more manageable steps added up over time that will get you there. Think of it like a fitness regimen: a little bit of work every day goes a lot further than an isolated week or two of intense effort.

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Bio:
Chris is the Founder and CEO of AuthorRise. In a previous life he worked as an industrial designer and business strategist. His work ranged far and wide, from electric car strategy to the future of food. He has degrees in both literature and design, so when he decided to start a company, he returned to his first love: books.Read More

Episode 174 – “Poetry With Terry Lucas”

May 30, 2015

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Terry Lucas is the author of three poetry collections: In This Room (forthcoming from CW Books in February of 2016), If They Have Ears to Hear, winner of the 2012 Copperdome Chapbook Award from Southeast Missouri State University Press, and Altar Call, a prize-winning chapbook published in Diesel, the anthology of the 2013 San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival.

Terry’s poems have received five Pushcart Prize nominations, and have been published in some of the nation’s top literary magazines including Best New Poets 2012, Crab Orchard Review (he won the 2014 Special Issue Feature Poet Award), Great River Review, Green Mountains Review, Columbia Poetry Review, and dozens of others. His most recent workRead More

Episode 173 – “The Business of Writing”

May 29, 2015

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The Newbie Writers’ Podcast

Special guest: Robin Sullivan

The business of books

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Robin Sullivan joins us this week to discuss how she took her husbands books from self publish to traditional publish in a way that has made Michael Sullivan one of today’s most popular authors. This is a must listen episode that explores how to deal with publishers and their contracts. It is important to pay close attention to the wording!

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Michael’s contact pages:  Goodreads | Amazon | Wikipedia | Riyria Website | First Empire Website | Hollow World Website | Twitter | Author Facebook | Riyria Facebook | First Empire Facebook

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Episode 172- The Intuitive Writing Project

May 17, 2015

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The Newbie Writers’ Podcast


Our guest is Elizabeth Perlman, founder of The Intuitive Writing Project.

The Intuitive Writer Project is designed for girls between 14 and 19. Through the transformative process of writing their stories and having their voices heard, we help young women to better access, trust, and rely upon their own intuitive wisdom. This cultivates self-knowledge, self-esteem, emotional intelligence, critical thinking skills, creative problem-solving skills, and a sense of personal leadership—the courage to plot their own course and make new things possible. By graduation, each girl emerges with not only an exceptional writing portfolio but also a greater awareness of who she is, what she stands for, and what she wants to create in life, both for herself and the world.

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Episode 171 – “Don’t Write Like We Talk!”

May 8, 2015

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The Newbie Writers’ Podcast

Don’t Write Like We Talk

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Stuff we’ve learned over the last three rough draft years.

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It is good to collaborate with a group on a book project – this can lift up the all the other authors. Make sure you include an author who already has a following and some clout.

From Nina Amir author of How to Blog your Book and The Author Training Manual

Many people think it’s easy to become an author. It’s true that today almost any writer can change his or her status from aspiring to published author. More ways exit to self-publish a book than ever before. And it’s still possible, albeit harder, to become an author by traditionally publishing a book.Read More