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Jon Parker: Scratching Your Own Itch

Author Jon Parker discusses his three books Toxic, Sacred and Mouthbreather; inspiration; book cover design; writing tips and his writing community The Indie Space.

Adam & Bob: Two Writers, One Voice

Adam and Bob talk about finding the right niche for their book MBA Coffee chats, creating their voice and working together remotely.

Michele Hansen: Interviewing Readers

Michele Hansen talks about writing her book Deploy Empathy and how to conduct worthwhile customer interviews for products and books.

Prolific Writer Special IV

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Five prolific writers discuss their inspiration sources and writing tips. (Dickie Bush, Ev Chapman, Kevon Cheung, Thomas J Bevan & Arunima Khunteta)

April Dunford: Positioning Your Book

April Dunford is a “naturally caffeinated one-trick pony”. She drinks terrible decaf because she doesn’t need caffeine to be energised. She calls herself a one-trick pony because she’s all about positioning.  After 25 years as a VP of marketing and 5 years of consulting tech companies on positioning, she decided to bundle her knowledge in… Read More »April Dunford: Positioning Your Book

Cassandra Chaput: Poetry and Editing

Cassandra Chaput talks about writing poetry and publishing her first two collections Rooted and Rooted II. She also discusses how she became a proofreader and editor.

David Kadavy: Mastering Creativity

David Kadavy talks about design for hackers, mind management, not time management and the heart to start. He also discuses optimising creativity and the difference between self-publishing and traditional publishing.

Ramli John: Book Onboarding

Ramli John, the author of Product-Led Onboarding, discusses the importance of story and metaphor, onboarding readers and finding inspiration by teaching first.