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It’s—a podcast episode! With Jennie Nash, so you already know you’re going to love it and I don’t need to say any more. Sarina and I had a great time talking nitty gritty book coaching details with Jennie from a different perspective—what if you want...

Not everybody wants an author hanging around their office all day. Our guest is a best-selling education writer Jeff Selingo, already an expert on college and higher education who took that one step further for his latest: Who Gets In and Why: A Year Inside College...

It’s the topic every author seems to love to hate: self-promotion. Sharing our work on social media, pitching ourselves to podcasts and reaching out to friends and colleagues to ask them to boost us up in various ways can feel hard—but it shouldn’t. It’s part...

You don’t have to earn a profit to call yourself a writer. But if you are earning some money with your writing, it might be time to employ a few business upgrades that will help keep things professional. As a bonus, you’ll have a much...

    You listen to podcasts. You love podcasts. (Perhaps we’re assuming here, but after all, we ARE a podcast.) And you’re a writer, with books or articles or ideas or other projects you want to get out into the world. Which just might mean you’ve imagined...

  When your book launches, you want to meet your readers where they are: anywhere people are talking about—or better yet, buying—books. Of course we want to support our local Indies (that’s why the links here are all to Bookshop.org)—but if there are readers on Amazon,...

  In this minisode: Jess sits down and gives some insight on how to go about pitching yourself to producers, including some of her own personal experiences. Enjoy! #AmWriting Supporters, click here to listen--or click here to learn more about supporting the podcast....

  Instagram—to me (KJ) it’s the most fun of the available social media platforms, but it’s also arguably the hardest one to get traction on, because people can’t share your posts (unless they use a sharing tool) and there’s no linking. So it can feel like...