WPC-125 - Dirty Deeds with Armand Rosamilia

WPC-125 - Dirty Deeds with Armand Rosamilia

Armand is a full-time Horror and crime thriller author, podcaster, podcast network owner, and M&M lover. He's offering free hugs (virtual ... he doesn't like being touched).


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WPC-124 - Five-Star Thrillers with Phil Williams

WPC-124 - Five-Star Thrillers with Phil Williams

Phil M. Williams is the author of five novels, two nonfiction books, and one children's picture book. His books span many genres, but there are consistent themes such as universal morality, nature, and voluntarism. He currently lives in Central Pennsylvania with his wife on a permaculture homestead. 


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WPC-123 - Creative Performance with Joe Williams

WPC-123 - Creative Performance with Joe Williams

Joe Williams is passionate about helping executives, coaches, and entrepreneurs become world-class communicators! He is the Founder of the Creative Performance Group, where he helps people get their message out to the world in the most powerful way possible. He created The Speakers Bootcamp, an intensive training that has created hundreds of other successful speakers, coaches, consultants and authors. Joe is a passionate student and trainer of personal and professional development techniques - he has worked with and spoken for peak performance coach Anthony Robbins for over 20 years. Joe’s work has led him to consult with companies in a diverse number of fields such as financial services, aerospace, retail business, internet and software, direct sales, publishing, entertainment and the federal government. He has trained over 300,000 people and is responsible for helping his clients create over $50 Billion in new business! 


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WPC-122 - Juggling the Author Life with Jim Heskett

WPC-122 - Juggling the Author Life with Jim Heskett

Jim Heskett was born in the wilds of Oklahoma, raised by a pack of wolves with a station wagon and a membership card to the local public swimming pool. Just like the man in the John Denver song, he moved to Colorado in the summer of his 27th year, and never looked back. Aside from an extended break travelling the world, he hasn't let the Flatirons mountains out of his sight. 


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WPC-121 - Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Data with Brian Meeks

WPC-121 - Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Data with Brian Meeks

Brian D. Meeks is a full-time author who resides in Iowa when he’s not traveling. He writes across mystery, thriller, YA, science fiction, and humor/satire fiction genres. He has a degree in Economics from Iowa State University only because they didn’t offer Snarkology, his preferred major. Seven years as a data analyst in the auto insurance industry gave him the skills that have been key to his success in marketing his books and finding an audience. He really likes it when people send him pictures of their cats or guinea pigs. 


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WPC-120 - The Very Necessary Life of Kristine Kathryn Rusch

WPC-120 - The Very Necessary Life of Kristine Kathryn Rusch

New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling writer, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, blogs on the publishing industry every Thursday at her website kriswrites.com. She writes science fiction, mystery, fantasy, mystery, and romance as Rusch, noir mystery as Kris Nelscott, and fractured fairy tale romances as Kristine Grayson. Her novel, A Dangerous Road written as Kris Nelscott, is in development as a feature film. She also runs several companies, including a publishing company. She works and occasionally sleeps, surrounded by the obligatory writer's cats, in Oregon. 


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WPC-119 - Indie Author Audiobooks with Kelly Lytle

WPC-119 - Indie Author Audiobooks with Kelly Lytle

Kelly heads Findaway Voices, a new audiobook creation and distribution service from Findaway. Kelly’s team works closely with independent authors and small to mid-sized publishers to connect them with a community of world-class narrators, create audiobooks, and market and sell those audiobooks everywhere in the world. At Findaway, Kelly also played a key role in launching the Navy eReader Device (or NeRD), and growing AudioEngine into the world’s largest business-to-business audiobook platform. Kelly published and narrated his memoir, To Dad, From Kelly, about his relationship with his late father, college football Hall of Fame running back Rob Lytle, in 2014. Kelly speaks often on the concussion crisis in professional sports and has been featured in Sports Illustrated, The Denver Post, and The Detroit Free Press.


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WPC-118 - Getting Author Friendly with Carla King

WPC-118 - Getting Author Friendly with Carla King

Carla King is the creator of the Self-Publishing Boot Camp educational series of books and workshops and a publishing coach with Author Friendly. A tech writer turned adventure traveler turned self-publishing expert, she published her first book in 1995 and, by popular demand, created a business teaching others how to self-publish, too. She splits her time between San Diego and Baja, California. 


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WPC-117 - Going Social With Frances Caballo

WPC-117 - Going Social With Frances Caballo

Frances Caballo is an author and social media strategist and manager for writers. She’s a contributing writer at TheBookDesigner.com, and blogger and Social Media Expert for BookWorks. She’s written several social media books including Social Media Just for Writers. Her focus is on helping authors surmount the barriers that keep them from flourishing online, building their platform, finding new readers, and selling more books. 


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WPC-116 - Writing Into the Dark with Dean Wesley Smith

WPC-116 - Writing Into the Dark with Dean Wesley Smith

Dean Wesley Smith is a bestselling author with over 21 million books in print. He is considered one of the most prolific writers working in modern fiction and has written just about everything. Seriously. 


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WPC-115 - Accelerating Your Author Career with Jennie Nash

WPC-115 - Accelerating Your Author Career with Jennie Nash

Jennie Nash is founder and chief creative officer of Author Accelerator, a book coaching service that gives writers the feedback, accountability and support they need to write their best books.


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WPC-114 - Author Education with Ricardo Fayet

WPC-114 - Author Education with Ricardo Fayet

Ricardo Fayet is the co-founder of Reedsy, a global network that connects authors and publishers with top editorial, design, marketing and ghostwriting talent. A technology and startup enthusiast, he likes to imagine how small players will build the future of publishing. 


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WPC-113 - Writing in the Margins with Shivani Bhargava

WPC-113 - Writing in the Margins with Shivani Bhargava

Shivani Bhargava is the CEO & Founder of TheRightMargin, a goal-driven writing app that helps you finish what you write. Bay Area born, Boston bred, Shivani has spent most of her professional life in health tech. After being the product manager of PatientsLikeMe in Cambridge, MA, she moved back to CA in 2014 and immediately caught the startup bug. 


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WPC-112 - Going Global with Joanna Penn

WPC-112 - Going Global with Joanna Penn

Joanna Penn is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thrillers under J.F.Penn. She also writes inspirational non-fiction for authors and is an award-winning creative entrepreneur and international professional speaker. Her site, TheCreativePenn.com is regularly voted one of the top 10 sites for writers and self-publishers.


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WPC-111 - Getting Your Book Together with Rob Price

WPC-111 - Getting Your Book Together with Rob Price

Rob began his career as a self-published author at the age of 19 with 200,000 copies sold and subsequently founded the small traditional house, Price World Publishing. Seeing a shift in the industry towards self-publishing, Rob launched Gatekeeper Press in 2015. Gatekeeper authors earn 100% of their royalties, retain 100% of their rights, and their books reach readers all over the world. 


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WPC-110 - Indie Outlaw Publishing with Michael Anderle

WPC-110 - Indie Outlaw Publishing with Michael Anderle

Michael Anderle is a bestselling author, but he's also a driving force behind the success of many indie authors just getting a start in the business. With his 'rising tide lifts all boats' approach, he has helped to bootstrap the careers of several indie authors, and is working on new ways to revolutionize publishing. 


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WPC-109 - Rocketing Writer Success with Dave Chesson

WPC-109 - Rocketing Writer Success with Dave Chesson

Dave Chesson ... the 'Dude' at the heart of Kindlepreneur.com and KDP Rocket. Dave has made a career out of learning the ins and outs of KDP and sharing them with a growing and appreciative audience. In this week's Wordslinger Podcast, Dave shares his story and his tools for author success.


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WPC-108 - Trails of Memories with Angelique L'Amour

WPC-108 - Trails of Memories with Angelique L'Amour

Angelique L’Amour was born in Los Angeles Ca. The daughter of author, Louis L’Amour, she grew up in the household of a prolific writer where writing and storytelling were a way of life. In 1988 Angelique wrote and edited a volume of quotes from her father’s works. Published by Bantam Doubleday Dell in 1988, A Trail of Memories spent 16 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List and was also a Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller for 1988. The book was the first quotation book derived from a single author to achieve these milestones.


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WPC-107 - Future Fiction with Paul Trinetti

WPC-107 - Future Fiction with Paul Trinetti

Paul A. Trinetti is the author of The Vexton Series – A Story of a Future America. Book 1- MANUFRACTURED (Iguana Books 2015), Book 2- MOON SHADE BLUFF (Iguana Books 2016) Book 3- THE PRESERVATION PLAN (Iguana Books 2017). A lifelong resident of Toronto, Paul is proud to have worked for his family’s business for nearly twenty-five years. His passion for writing came out of a love of music. As a young child, he became fascinated by the clever storytelling of The Beatles and later with the writing of other artists like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Yes, Rush, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, and Lou Reed. In his spare time, Paul has recorded close to seventy original songs, including a four song soundtrack to accompany his Vexton book Series. Paul is also an avid sports fan. 


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WPC-106 - Designing a Life with Liza Drozdov

WPC-106 - Designing a Life with Liza Drozdov

Liza Drozdov was Executive Producer of Holmes Makes it Right, one of the highest-rated shows on HGTV and DIY. Having produced successful lifestyle television series with audiences of over 100 million viewers she knows the truth behind makeover television. She knows where the bodies are buried–and has buried a few herself. 


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