Get Published Episode 132 – Jessub Flower Builds His Platform

http://media.blubrry.com/getpublished/p/www.michellplested.com/wp-content/uploads/GetPublished/GetPublished-Episode132.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSI am always on the lookout to learn something new – maybe a new way to grow my author’s platform or market my books. That’s why I love talking to different authors about what they are doing. One such author is Jessub Flower who is using his debut novel, Daisy Hill to do all of those things: promote, market and try to get a publishing deal. Jessub and I talk about what he has been doing to achieve his own personal writing goals. I’ve also been giving a lot of thought to my author’s voice. I think part of that is an effort to procrastinate and not actually […]

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Progress

Progress can mean different things to different people. For some, it might mean people are just a little more tolerant of each other. For others it means that technology continues to move forward and our lives are getting easier and better. For me? Well, I tend not to think on quite that grand a scale. Progress for me is, I weigh a little less today than I did a month ago. I’m actually sleeping through the night and I’m almost finished the latest revision of Mik Murdoch: The Power Within. In fact, all of the above are true which makes this a Wednesday worth celebrating. I’ve also made some strides forward on a few things of a less quantitative nature. For example, I […]

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Life’s a Beach

I’ve been looking forward to March for a while. That’s because I set a deadline to finish my first round of edits on Mik Murdoch: The Power Within for my editor. It is also because it looks like JR Murdock (no relation to Mik Murdoch – I wrote the book before I knew JR)  and I will be tackling revisions on our book, Jack Kane and the Statue of Liberty. Those sound like good things, right? Except, now that I’m in March, I’m finding that I suddenly have a lot of demands on my time. Demands that don’t necessarily improve my ability to write and revise. C’est la vie, c’est la guerre, c’est écrit. It could be much worse, I […]

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