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#80 A Passion for Indie Authors, With Kevin Tumlinson

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Kevin Tumlinson’s been around the publishing game for awhile and he’s learned more than a thing or two about Indie publishing on his way. With the third book in his Dan Kotler Thriller series, The Devil’s Interval, released around about now, Kevin practises what he preaches. Did I mention he’s also Director of Marketing for…

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#79 Five Publishing Myths Debunked, with Belinda Pollard

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‘You never finish writing a book, you just stop,’ is a truism for most writers. Then comes the hard question, should you self publish or go the traditional route? The trouble is, there are more than a few myths still to be dispelled around the subject of Indie versus traditional publishing, and it’s a coversation…

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Writing Crime Fiction, with LA Larkin

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Crime fiction is the biggest selling genre in Oz, says psychological thriller author, LA Larkin. Think biological warfare, espionage, cyber-stalking and hacking, and you start to understand how Larkin spends her days – researching it, not doing it, that is. Her latest novel, Devour, described as ‘ice-pick sharp, packed with intrigue, action and spine-chilling suspense’…

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Telling Stories; using Dragon Dictation to improve your workflow, with Scott Baker

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Have you ever tried speech recognition software to dictate your book and supercharge your writing workflow? Scott Baker, author of How to Train Your Dragon, and soon to be provider of online courses of the same name, shares more than a few tricks and tips with us on how to get the most out of…

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#76 Where Do Stories Come From? Writing Sagas, with Jean Grainger

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The Irish are born storytellers and Indie author, Jean Grainger, is no exception. Following in the tradition of Maeve Binchy, Jean’s sagas span centuries and wars, exploring friendships and family ties. If your heart is broken it hurts, Jean says, a theme embedded in all her stories. With three novels published and one on the…

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