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Self Publishing Journeys

The Self Publishing Journeys podcast is a weekly show for all indie authors. Show host Paul Teague interviews self- published authors about their writing journeys, passing on hints, tips and tricks along the way. He'll also chat to experts in related fields - proofreaders, development editors, cover designers, PR specialists, author platform creators - and they'll be offering their best advice and strategies.
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Jul 25, 2016

It takes many writers years and years to finally set pen to paper.

Author David Robertson has possibly had a more rocky ride than most.

David is a former engineer who got his first book published after three shattering life events.

This is in spite of being told 10 years ago that he should get an agent for a sci-fi fantasy novel that he started in 2006.

David is a lover of dogs too, and he uses his interest as the inspiration for his writing.

Jul 25, 2016

The Essential Weekly Podcast For New And Aspiring Indie Authors

Jul 18, 2016

Having worked as a journalist, in a large international publishing company and at a prestigious literary agency, my guest on today’s show has accrued a lot of experience in the publishing industry.

However, Leila Dewji is now bringing all of that knowledge to the world of self-publishing, having set up the both Acorn Independent Press and I_AM Self-Publishing with her brother, Ali.

Acorn was launched in 2010 and offers a bespoke consultancy for self-publishing projects for authors, agents and media companies who have special/complicated projects.

Whereas I_AM self-Publishing was launched in 2015 offering good-value off-the-shelf self-publishing services and marketing tools to authors.

Jul 18, 2016

The Essential Weekly Podcast For New And Aspiring Indie Authors

Jul 11, 2016

Most people know Richard Madeley for his work with his wife, Judy Finnigan on TV and as part of The Richard & Judy Book Club.

He is also the best-selling author of four books.

He began his writing career with Fathers and Sons, then followed that up with Some Day I’ll Find You and The Way You Look Tonight.

His new book is called The Night Book, a thriller which is set in the Lake District in the long, hot summer of 1976.

I caught up with Richard for a conversation about writing whilst he was on his promotional book tour during July 2016.

Jul 11, 2016

The Essential Weekly Podcast For New And Aspiring Indie Authors

Jul 4, 2016

Mike Bodnar is a former continuity announcer, regional newsreader and TV & radio presenter.

He joined Radio New Zealand as an announcer in 1978, then moved into television in the early 80s.

His early explorations of publishing were a companion guide to the New Zealand Road Code for new drivers and a co-authored guide to personal security.

Mike’s latest book – Against the Current – is the story of how he and his wife left New Zealand for the UK, choosing instead to take a year-long detour through France, living and travelling on a boat.

The book is an adapted compilation of blog posts written during that adventure and now, self-published through Matador.

Jul 4, 2016

The Essential Weekly Podcast For New And Aspiring Indie Authors

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