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Historical and Urban Fantasy

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“Elsie” Micro Fiction

Podcast of this Chapter Elsie’s thin hand pressed the afghan into a tight space between her leg and the wheelchair arm. Her sister had crocheted it, this green and orange thing, her lifeline to the outside. “Ready to go back?” A staccato voice. “Yes.” “Eat your dessert this time?” “Yes.” “Good girl. Want me to […]

--2018 MAR 19
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“Elsie” Micro Fiction

Professional Audiobook Narration with Nancy Peterson

With increased demand and Improved technology bringing lower production costs, the audiobook industry has exploded. Audio narration is now a viable option even fornewer indie authors.In episode 09 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with 2018 Audie Award-finalist Nancy Peterson (Audio Publisher’s Association), an actress and book narrator about the process and things toconsider […]

--2018 MAR 7
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Professional Audiobook Narration with Nancy Peterson

Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter Two

Podcast of this Chapter London is made for walking, for seeing and being seen. Which is why, after closing the shop early, I paid ninepence for an omnibus to the edge of the city. The omnibuscad, a dandyin his white top hat and green coat, assured me there was room in the better seats on […]

--2018 MAR 1
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Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter Two

Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter One

Podcast of this Chapter I didn’t look up when the door creaked open. It would either be Mr. Smith for the rent or one of the protestors who hung outside my shop. I wasn’t excited about either. The rumbling of hooves and heels against granite pavers filled the room. Although muffled by morning snow, the […]

--2018 MAR 1
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Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter One

Book Cover Design with Amanda Matthews

People say, “You can’t judge a book by a cover.” But in the world of online publishing, the first impression created by a book cover often means the difference between a book’s failure or its commercial success.In episode 08 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with award-winning book cover designer and international bestselling author […]

--2018 FEB 20
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Book Cover Design with Amanda Matthews

Exploring Scrivener with Gwen Hernandez

The writer’s tool Scrivener is popular among authors for many good reasons, but the first time you open it can leave you feeling overwhelmed. In episode 07 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with Scrivener expert and romance author Gwen Hernandez, who has helped thousands of authors all over the world find the joy […]

--2018 FEB 12
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Exploring Scrivener with Gwen Hernandez

The Juggling Author and Kindle Scout with Jim Heskett

Jobs, families, and other responsibilities can feel like hurdles on the path to finishing a novel and achieving success as an author. In episode 06 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with award-winning post-apocalyptic and crime thriller author Jim Heskett about how he not only publishes multiple books each year, but recently was awarded […]

--2018 FEB 4
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The Juggling Author and Kindle Scout with Jim Heskett

Fantasy Writing on the Road with Autumn Birt

Every road to becoming a full-timeauthor is as unique as the writer who travels it. In episode 05 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with award-winning epic and dark fantasy author Autumn Birt about her decision to leave a near six-figure income and 200-year-old home to become a full-time author, educator, and writing coach […]

--2018 JAN 29
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Fantasy Writing on the Road with Autumn Birt

Twitter for Authors with Jesper Schmidt

Many marketing options exist for authors: some expensive, some not so expensive, some effective, some not so effective. In episode 04 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with Jesper Schmidt about hissystem for using Twitter to connect with readers, without sending irritating “Buy my book” tweets, while spending only 15 minutes a day. Significant […]

--2018 JAN 24
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Twitter for Authors with Jesper Schmidt

Fantasy World Building with Randy Ellefson

World building can be one of the most creative and fulfilling parts of writing fantasy, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fraught with peril.In episode03 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we chat with Randy Ellefson, author of the three-book series on world building that bestselling author Ed Greenwood and fantasy icon Piers Anthony called “Indispensable.” […]

--2018 JAN 14
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Fantasy World Building with Randy Ellefson

Latest Episodes

“Elsie” Micro Fiction

Podcast of this Chapter Elsie’s thin hand pressed the afghan into a tight space between her leg and the wheelchair arm. Her sister had crocheted it, this green and orange thing, her lifeline to the outside. “Ready to go back?” A staccato voice. “Yes.” “Eat your dessert this time?” “Yes.” “Good girl. Want me to […]

--2018 MAR 19
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“Elsie” Micro Fiction

Professional Audiobook Narration with Nancy Peterson

With increased demand and Improved technology bringing lower production costs, the audiobook industry has exploded. Audio narration is now a viable option even fornewer indie authors.In episode 09 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with 2018 Audie Award-finalist Nancy Peterson (Audio Publisher’s Association), an actress and book narrator about the process and things toconsider […]

--2018 MAR 7
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Professional Audiobook Narration with Nancy Peterson

Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter Two

Podcast of this Chapter London is made for walking, for seeing and being seen. Which is why, after closing the shop early, I paid ninepence for an omnibus to the edge of the city. The omnibuscad, a dandyin his white top hat and green coat, assured me there was room in the better seats on […]

--2018 MAR 1
Comments
Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter Two

Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter One

Podcast of this Chapter I didn’t look up when the door creaked open. It would either be Mr. Smith for the rent or one of the protestors who hung outside my shop. I wasn’t excited about either. The rumbling of hooves and heels against granite pavers filled the room. Although muffled by morning snow, the […]

--2018 MAR 1
Comments
Chronicle of the Raven: Chapter One

Book Cover Design with Amanda Matthews

People say, “You can’t judge a book by a cover.” But in the world of online publishing, the first impression created by a book cover often means the difference between a book’s failure or its commercial success.In episode 08 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with award-winning book cover designer and international bestselling author […]

--2018 FEB 20
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Book Cover Design with Amanda Matthews

Exploring Scrivener with Gwen Hernandez

The writer’s tool Scrivener is popular among authors for many good reasons, but the first time you open it can leave you feeling overwhelmed. In episode 07 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with Scrivener expert and romance author Gwen Hernandez, who has helped thousands of authors all over the world find the joy […]

--2018 FEB 12
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Exploring Scrivener with Gwen Hernandez

The Juggling Author and Kindle Scout with Jim Heskett

Jobs, families, and other responsibilities can feel like hurdles on the path to finishing a novel and achieving success as an author. In episode 06 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with award-winning post-apocalyptic and crime thriller author Jim Heskett about how he not only publishes multiple books each year, but recently was awarded […]

--2018 FEB 4
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The Juggling Author and Kindle Scout with Jim Heskett

Fantasy Writing on the Road with Autumn Birt

Every road to becoming a full-timeauthor is as unique as the writer who travels it. In episode 05 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with award-winning epic and dark fantasy author Autumn Birt about her decision to leave a near six-figure income and 200-year-old home to become a full-time author, educator, and writing coach […]

--2018 JAN 29
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Fantasy Writing on the Road with Autumn Birt

Twitter for Authors with Jesper Schmidt

Many marketing options exist for authors: some expensive, some not so expensive, some effective, some not so effective. In episode 04 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with Jesper Schmidt about hissystem for using Twitter to connect with readers, without sending irritating “Buy my book” tweets, while spending only 15 minutes a day. Significant […]

--2018 JAN 24
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Twitter for Authors with Jesper Schmidt

Fantasy World Building with Randy Ellefson

World building can be one of the most creative and fulfilling parts of writing fantasy, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fraught with peril.In episode03 of theIndie Author’s Journey Podcast, we chat with Randy Ellefson, author of the three-book series on world building that bestselling author Ed Greenwood and fantasy icon Piers Anthony called “Indispensable.” […]

--2018 JAN 14
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Fantasy World Building with Randy Ellefson
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