Why You Need a Mailing List

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 72 – Why You Need a Mailing List

Why You Need a Mailing List In this episode, J, J.D., and Zach talk about why every author needs a mailing list and how to build one from scratch, maintain expectations, and continuously acquire new readers. Whether you’re traditionally published or indie, writing a good book is only the first… 

Keeping Bram Stoker Alive

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 71 – Keeping Bram Stoker Alive with Dacre Stoker

Keeping Bram Stoker Alive with Dacre Stoker Dacre Stoker is committed to keeping his great great-uncle’s work alive and relevant. By writing Dracul, a prequel to Dracula, with JD, reproducing Bram’s first-edition classics, and adapting his little-known short stories into graphic novels, he has expanded the Bram Stoker universe to… 

Writing an Extended Series

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 70 – Writing an Extended Series with C.J. Box

Writing an Extended Series with C.J. Box With twenty-one Joe Pickett books under his belt, New York Times bestseller C.J. Box knows how to write an extended series. By maintaining previous worlds and characters that fans love, creating new and innovative storylines, and gaining exposure through advertisements and book tours,… 

From Book to Screen

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 69 – From Book to Screen with Jean Hanff Korelitz

From Book to Screen with Jean Hanff Korelitz Jean Hanff Korelitz knows how to take a story from book to screen. By both working closely with producers but also understanding that adapted stories will be inherently different, she has learned to give up a level of creative control in order… 

Thinking Beyond Books

Writers, Ink Podcast: Episode 68 – Thinking Beyond Books

Thinking Beyond Books In this episode, J, J.D., and Zach discuss the advantages of using different mediums, such as TV, film, video games, and comics, to tell stories and how authors should approach these different modes of storytelling. Whether you’re traditionally published or indie, writing a good book is only…