August 2020

Marketing Yourself as an Author

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 41 – Marketing Yourself as an Author with Joe Hart

Marketing Yourself as an Author with Joe Hart Joe Hart knows how to market himself as an author. Armed with a drive to develop new connections, an acute attention to the importance of book covers and advertisements, and a watchful eye over new trends, he is able to sustain a… 

Immersing Yourself in Your Story

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 40 – Immersing Yourself in Your Story with Heather Graham

Immersing Yourself in Your Story with Heather Graham Heather Graham lives to immerse herself in her stories. Whether she is speaking to former FBI agents, searching for small town legends, or taking part in a seance, she uses her encounters to intricately build and understand her characters and storylines. Heather… 

The Benefits of Drafting on Paper

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 39 – The Benefits of Drafting on Paper with Tess Gerritsen

The Benefits of Drafting on Paper with Tess Gerritsen Tess Gerritsen uses the benefits of drafting on paper to her advantage. By handwriting first drafts and only using technology to print out digital versions, she allows her writing to be flawed, catches these mistakes early, and ends up with final… 

Writing Fresh and Believable Fiction

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 38 – Writing Fresh and Believable Fiction with ITW Interim Executive Director, KJ Howe

Writing Fresh and Believable Fiction with ITW Interim Executive Director, KJ Howe International thriller author KJ Howe has mastered the art of writing fresh and believable fiction. Armed with an extensive knowledge of her subject matter and a commitment to shedding light on underrepresented character traits, she is able to… 

Unlocking the Authorpreneurial Mindset

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 37 – Unlocking the Authorpreneurial Mindset with Jim Kukral of Unskippable

Unlocking the Authorpreneurial Mindset with Jim Kukral of Unskippable Jim Kukral is no stranger to the authorpreneurial mindset. For decades, he repeatedly struggled to create a stand-out book or brand, and the pressure to become a self-sustaining writer only increased when children and a mortgage were thrown into the mix.…