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I love featuring fellow entrepreneurs in the authorship and publishing space on the podcast, and in this episode I have a special treat for you. I’m honored to feature an interview with Kirsten Oliphant, who is a true expert when it comes to writing, self-publishing, and all things communications. You probably already subscribe to her podcast, Crea…
 
Self-publishing is more popular than ever, which means more and more writers and authors are DIYing all aspects of their books, including designing the books themselves. Unfortunately, sometimes self-designed books are pretty obvious, especially self-designed book covers. But don’t worry, you’re not fated to have a mediocre (or worse) book cover or…
 
What’s something that you do every single day that has contributed to your success? Do you check in with your followers on Facebook or Instagram to build engagement on those platforms? Do you look for sponsored post opportunities? The little things we do every single day can lead to huge successes, both personally and in our businesses. Small actio…
 
This episode is all about the one topic that strikes fear into every blogger or entrepreneur’s heart: legal issues. I think a lot of us instinctively avoid thinking about potential legal problems because we’re afraid to think about our legal vulnerabilities and the issues they can bring. Unfortunately, avoiding the problem doesn’t make it go away. …
 
You’ve written an amazing book, or you’re working on writing one. You have an important message that the world needs to hear. In fact, you’re so passionate about spreading this message that you’ve started to try to think of ways to bring it to more people. You want to get your book in the hands of more readers. What you need is publicity. But how d…
 
For most of the authors (especially non-fiction authors) I’ve interviewed, the biggest motivator to publish their book was that they had a message to share. They knew the world needed that message, needed the expertise that only they could share in their own unique way. Deep down, these authors knew that the world would be a better place with their…
 
If you’re following or listening to the Blogger to Author Podcast, you’re probably at least thinking about making money online, and making money from your blog. Whether you started out with the intention of trying to make money, or whether you started out simply wanting to share your passion, many bloggers dream about making their blog a part-time …
 
I think this episode is going to be of particular interest to those of you who are recipe creators, whether you’re a food blogger or you just share occasional recipes on your blog or social media. Many of you have probably thought about creating a cookbook. Some of you may even have a digital cookbook that you sell on your website as a PDF. Whether…
 
If you're running a blog or business online, you know how important search engine optimization is. But, many authors tend to forget about the importance of SEO because they're focusing on finding new readers on social media or setting up book signings. Smart authors realize that potential readers are searching for their books on both Amazon and Goo…
 
I know there are some of you out there who are still in the "someday" camp—you want to write a book...SOMEDAY. Or, maybe you just don't think that's something you need to do right now and that a book can wait a few years. In this episode, I walk you through 10 reasons why you need to get your book out into the world and do it now. Your book will re…
 
Sometimes you have a message to share with the world, but you're not sure how to get it in front of a wider audience. Marsha Apsley had always had a passion for helping others, and she had pursued that passion as she grew her blog and her private Facebook group. Like many of you, she had always dreamed of becoming an author, but had told herself th…
 
Everyone loves a good shortcut. Usually with the important stuff, it's smarter to not take any shortcuts. But when it comes to putting your book together, there are some smart ways to cut down on the time it takes to get your book published. One strategy that you should absolutely implement is creating a blueprint for your book. By having a detaile…
 
I know many bloggers who sell an eBook on their websites. That's great, but I think not taking the next step and getting your book on Amazon is a big mistake. You're missing out on some big opportunities by not having your book on Amazon. And, I promise it's easier to put your book on Amazon than you think. Learn why and how to get your eBook on Am…
 
Every day I talk to bloggers who are dead set on publishing their book as an eBook. Many of them only want to sell that eBook as a PDF on their website. When I ask them why, I usually hear a variation of one of four answers. These are the four myths of creating a physical book. I promise you, creating a physical, paper book is worth it. So, if you'…
 
The process of publishing a book can seem pretty mysterious to aspiring authors. What exactly goes on behind those closed doors? Publishing seems complicated and overwhelming, so much so that most people don’t follow through on their dreams of becoming an author. That’s why I’m so excited to have Clare Marshall on the podcast. Clare actually has he…
 
In this episode, I’m incredibly honored to feature an interview with Katy Widrick. Katy has been blogging for over a decade and has turned her passion for storytelling through her blog into a successful full-time business. She, to quote her, turned her “hobby into a jobby” where she helps fellow bloggers grow their businesses and connect more deepl…
 
If you’ve always dreamed of being a writer, you may have also dreamed of getting a specialized degree like an MFA. It’s easy to feel like you need to get a bunch of certifications or degrees before you can be truly successful at what you do. That’s why I’m excited to feature an interview Gabriela Pereira in today’s episode. Gabriela teaches writers…
 
It's easy to envision how a blog can turn into a book; blog posts are a natural first step toward authorship. But what about doing things the other way around, and starting a blog based on your popular book? That's exactly what Rekaya Gibson did. This author of six books (and counting!) shares the story of how she became a blogger and a prolific au…
 
Sometimes you know you need to write your book because your readers keep asking you for it. That's exactly what happened to author and blogger Megan Olson. She was inspired to write her book Ditch the Diet after her readers totally fell in love with her free mini eBook on her blog, Skinny Fitalicious, and begged her for more. In this episode, Megan…
 
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