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8 Questions with Authorpreneur Brian Meeks


By Garrett Robinson

Garrett:  Hello and welcome to Eight Questions. Today we are talking to Brian Meeks. Brian published his first novel in 2011, became a full-time author three years ago, and started writing exclusively, without doing anything else, last September. (If you prefer audio, you can listen to this episode on the 8 Questions Podcast) He’s the author […]

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8 Questions with Social Media Mastermind Tara Jacobsen


By Sean Platt

Sean:  Hi there and welcome to Eight Questions. Today I have Tara Jacobsen, who is my favorite social media person in the world. She tried to save us from ourselves early last year, and failed, but it was totally our fault, not hers. (If you prefer audio, you can listen to this episode on the […]

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8 Questions with Podcaster and Smarter Artist Jamie Davis


By Sean Platt

Sean: Hey everyone and welcome to Eight Questions. Today I have Jamie Davis, who has much better audio than me. Most people do, but Jamie especially. Jamie has a whole podcast network and it’s kind of interesting. And I’ll let him talk about that in just a moment. (If you prefer audio, you can listen […]

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10 Steps to Making a Living as a Self-Published Fiction Author


By Sean Platt

I’m Sean Platt. I never imagined myself as a writer. The world’s Stephen Kings are few and far between, and even a high school dropout knows that most writers are starving artists. I didn’t consider myself an artist, nor was I willing to starve. And I’m not the best at being patient, asking for permission, […]

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The Pity Par-tay Flash Fiction Contest


By Heather Thompson

I want to give my Par-tay Peeps lots of time to work on the biggest contest of the Pity Par-tay, so lets get this one fired up! You folks probably know The Boys are known for their mashup stories like Chupacabra Outlaw (now Cursed) and the fabled Unicorn Western. Your mission, should you choose to accept […]

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