Sarah McBeath from Author Services by Sarah discusses when to hire an author assistant and how to get back your precious writing time. Tired of doing all the things yourself? This might be the episode for you.
Spaceships and airships and dragons, oh my! Sci-fi, steampunk, and fantasy writer, Jo Lallo, is here to discuss writing in multiple genres, his latest release, and the Six Figure Author Podcast.
New York Times Bestseller Alessandra Torre is here to talk about Marlowe, the A.I. for authors, why you shouldn't write off Goodreads, and the things she's learned in her years as a hybrid author.
What worked and what didn’t in 2020. Nathan breaks down his year in publishing and shares his plans for success in 2021.
What didn't work this year. Why. And what you can try in 2021.
A.G. Riddle shares the story of his incredible success and what’s next for him in genre of technothriller science fiction.
International bestselling author A.G. Riddle talks about the dos and don'ts of writing technothrillers and the story behind his tremendous success.
It's a plot! Join Nathan as he geeks out about story structure (again) with Cameron Sutter, creator of Plottr, an intuitive new novel plotting program for writers.
Best Book Ever! Author and podcaster Julie Strauss gets insights into her fellow readers' best books ever and what we can learn from them.
Truth and Lies! Nathan Van Coops gives the highlights of what he's learned from K..M. Weiland's Creating Character Arcs.
Listen to this! USA Today Bestselling Author Elana Johnson blows Nathan's mind with productivity tricks, newsletter ideas, marketing systems and more. Listen like a sponge, then check out her Indie Inspiration Series of books for writers.
Author Patrick O'Donnell discusses his new book, Cops and Writers: Crime Scenes and Investigations. Ready to write realistic crime scenes and police officer characters? This is the episode for you.