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Publishing Without Supervision Podcast

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At the end of every month we invite romance author Zoe York on to share hers thoughts and information regarding the latest news in self-publishing and the indie industry. This episode we discuss the below items: Topics discussed: Romance and e
  Are you stuck with your writing? No idea why you can't put your butt in the chair or fingers on keys? Then listen to this episode and maybe Monica can shed some light on why it is you just can't get those words out. She also shares how she go
At the end of every month we invite romance author Zoe York on to share hers thoughts and information regarding the latest news in self-publishing and the indie industry.   Topics discussed: Harlequin slashes diverse product lines Amazon’s new
On the first Monday of each month we will update you on our publishing journey. We'll let you know what we've accomplished, what we haven't done, where we got stuck and what advice we tried to follow. Relax and feel better about yourself as we
At the end of every month we invite romance author Zoe York on to share hers thoughts and information regarding the latest news in self-publishing and the indie industry. Topics discussed: Kindle Storyteller Do KU readers behave differently to
  On the first Monday of each month we will update you on our publishing journey. We'll let you know what we've accomplished, what we haven't done, where we got stuck and what advice we tried to follow. Relax and feel better about yourself as w
At the end of every month we invite romance author Zoe York on to share hers thoughts and information regarding the latest news in self-publishing and the indie industry.   This episode we discuss the below items:     Author Earnings looked ar
Have you ever played a video game or been in a D&D session and thought: why can't I write a book about this? Well you can. This week's guest introduced Erica to LitRPG, an up and coming genre that marries narrative fiction with the stats and me
On the first Monday of each month we will update you on our publishing journey. We'll let you know what we've accomplished, what we haven't done, where we got stuck and what advice we tried to follow. Relax and feel better about yourself as we
At the end of every month we invite romance author Zoe York on to share hers thoughts and information regarding the latest news in self-publishing and the indie industry. This episode we discuss the below items: Sensitivity readers, the new fa
You’re in the middle of writing your current–or first–book, yet something is holding you back. Something is making you question yourself and your writing. Just what is making you unable to go on? Could this be writer's block? Well actually… it’
This week we picked the brains of popular cozy mystery author, Sara Rosett. Erica was especially interested to talk with Sara as this is the genre she has chosen to write a series in. We asked everything we could think of from tropes to charact
On the first Monday of each month we will update you on our publishing journey. We'll let you know what we've accomplished, what we haven't done, where we got stuck and what advice we tried to follow. Relax and feel better about yourself as we
At the end of every month we invite romance author Zoe York on to share hers thoughts and information regarding the latest news in self-publishing and the indie industry. This episode we discuss the below items: How not to close your online eb
Over Christmas Erica read The 5 Day Novel: an account of Scott King's successful attempt to create a novel from scratch all the way through to sending it to his editor, within 5 days. He wanted to see if it was possible to do something like tha
Libbie Hawker, author of many historical fictions and the informative Take Off Your Pants!: Outline Your Books for Faster, Better Writing, explained the process she uses when plotting her own books. This is the perfect episode for those who are
Xavier has decided to write Urban Fantasy so after reading a book each of Pippa DaCosta's, we invited her on the podcast. We then grilled her about the nuts and bolts of the genre. Pippa willingly shared with us some of the common tropes, the r
We've set our goals so now we need to get started. Erica obviously needs to create a writing habit so we talked with Chris Fox who is the king when it comes to regular writing and productivity. While we had him on the show we also asked him abo
Two authors with a few books under their publishing belts–with unfortunately little to show for their efforts–decide to get their shit sorted in 2017. Join them as they go back to basics and start again in different genres. From inception throu
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