Episode 7 • Margaret Brownley
Host & Guest
Guest, Margaret Brownley
Host, Kathleen Kaiser
Producer, Adanna Moriarty
About This Episode
Margaret Brownley, a New York Times bestselling romance author. She was writing contemporary romance for Harlequin when her agent suggested she write a historical romance working the American western sub-genre. It took her a dozen books before she hit the NY Times list. Margaret also reviews what she does to market her books, including her newsletter and a group blog www.margaret-brownley.com
About Margaret Brownley
N.Y. Times Bestselling author AUTHOR MARGARET BROWNLEY has penned more than forty-five novels and novellas. Her books have won numerous awards, including Readers’ Choice and Award of Excellence. She’s a two-time Romance Writers of American RITA® finalist and has written for a TV soap. She is currently working on a new series. Not bad for someone who flunked eighth-grade English. Just don’t ask her to diagram a sentence.
Season 3 | Episode 5 • Kathleen & Adanna
Kathleen and Adanna jump into the nitty gritty of what branding should look like for the author and how to incorporate it into your marketing phases across all your platforms. From interior layout to cover design and your website and social media, it’s a crucial part of book creation. Listen to the episode and get your creative juices flowing on how you want to be represented to your readership.
Season 3 |Episode 4 • Catherine Ann Jones
A memoir could be the most important thing you ever try to write. It’s not an easy journey. It takes courage and introspection, and well some grasp of your memories. In this episode, the storied Catherine Ann Jones joins Kathleen and Adanna to discuss the craft of a memoir. Catherine delivers tons of information on building your story. Even when you think, “maybe my life hasn’t been interesting enough,” you’re probably wrong. That’s where bravery comes in, to dig deep and get it out there.
Season 3 | Episode 3 • Steve Kidd
What does a successful marketing campaign take to make you a bestselling author? Today’s Talking Book Publishing’s guest is Steve Kidd. He’s a marketing guru starting out in the early days of internet marketing and the author of twenty books. He walks listeners through some key points in using Amazon and the importance of building and using your internet community to sell books, whether it’s a new release or you published 15 years ago.