In a recent episode of our podcast for authors we put the spotlight on very real problems and challenges authors have presented to us through blog comments, coaching sessions, and contact form inquiries.
And while we’ll continue to present topics we feel authors need to be aware of, we want to keep balancing our ideas with solving issues you’re dealing with in the present – so keep the blog comments and show idea submissions coming!
Where do you start?
Let’s get real, usually when we decide something isn’t working it’s because we’re not getting the positive feedback we’re looking for.
That positive feedback can take the form of book sales, reviews, newsletter sign ups, engagement on social, and more.
Basically anything that encourages you to keep going!
And it’s important to ensure your time is well spent.
We started our podcast for authors to help authors work smarter, not harder.
So in this episode you’ll listen as we analyze a number of scenarios, for both fiction and non-fiction, and we’ll assess the likely problems or roadblocks, and provide feedback and recommendations for fixing them.
Hopefully you’re intrigued, and we look forward to your feedback on the show!
Full-length episodes from our podcast for authors go live every other Thursday. You can stream episodes from our website, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Plus, you’ll want to follow us on your preferred podcast platform in order to catch our helpful- and often hilarious- minisodes that go live every other Friday.
Do you have any suggestions for a future episode?
We would love to hear from you in the comments section!
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