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Host & Guest


Sheila Lowe


Kathleen Kaiser &

Adanna Moriarty





About This Episode

On Making a Living as a Writer

In this episode, Kathleen and Adanna enjoyed chatting with Sheila Lowe, a bestselling author whose literary accomplishments are inspiring. Having sold over 400,000 books throughout her career, Sheila joins us to share insights on making a living as a writer.

In our conversation, we’ll explore Sheila’s journey as an author, uncovering the secrets behind her success in the competitive publishing world.

She has become an expert in book promotion and generously shares her tried-and-tested strategies to market your book effectively. From eBook promotion tactics to book signings and everything in between, you’ll gain practical tips to get your masterpiece into the hands of eager readers.

Throughout her career, Sheila has authored nonfiction books for educational purposes, penned a memoir, and written a mystery series, offering listeners a well-rounded glimpse of a diverse writing portfolio.

Sheila masterfully utilized her expertise as a forensic handwriting analyst to craft characters in her mystery series. This unique approach adds an extra layer of authenticity and intrigue to her novels, captivating readers. She reveals how she navigated the challenges of her writing pursuits with her work.

Whether you’re an aspiring author seeking guidance on turning your passion into a profession, a seasoned writer looking to enhance your book sales, or simply a book lover curious about the life of a bestselling author, this episode is for you. Join us as we explore the world of words with Sheila Lowe and unravel the secrets to her literary triumphs. Get inspired, informed, and entertained in this episode of Talking Book Publishing.

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Get Sheila’s book Promophobia here

An informative PDF- Selling Books is Murder

About our guest

Sheila Lowe

Like her fictional character Claudia Rose in the award-winning Forensic Handwriting mystery-suspense series, Sheila Lowe is a real-life forensic handwriting examiner who is recognized as an expert in the court system. Sheila writes nonfiction books about handwriting and personality, and stories of psychological suspense that put ordinary people into extraordinary circumstances. Along with the Forensic Handwriting suspense, she also wrote the Beyond the Veil paranormal suspense.

In this memoir, bestselling mystery/suspense author Sheila Lowe writers about her journey following the murder of her daughter, from religious cult to the spiritual freedom.

reader comment; Sheila Lowe is known for her excellent murder mysteries. Now she takes the bold leap and shares her own personal experiences with life, death, and the hereafter. If you have ever lost a loved one, this is a must read.

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