EP: #202 Biographer Dalene Bickel, Amazon and Google Play

SHOW NOTES: You can listen to the show here. Guest Dalene Bickel shared great insights about creating legacies for your family. As a biographer she’s able to interview her clients, or accept a manuscript they’ve written, and offer the necessary editing. Check her out at Lasting Legacies. Amazon recently announced the opening of a physical […]

Episode #199: Animoto, Tamara Jones, & AmazonCrossing

Greetings everyone! Here’s what you might have missed from today’s awesome info-packed show! Award-winning, traditionally published author, Tamara Jones shared a lot of wisdom about the pros and cons of trad vs small press vs indie publishing. Check out her most recent book!   Announcements: The 200th episode is Oct. 20, 2015. Get in touch […]

Back Porch Writer Announces 2015 Programming 2

Hello, all! As the year winds down, it’s time for us to think ahead to 2015. Here’s what you can expect: Great Tuesday guests, including published authors and bloggers Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) on Sunday’s Scribe Talk (formerly Catch up with Kori) Industry news and trends Special events Theme months: Tentatively, they are February (Romance), […]

Technical Difficulties Cause Inconveniences

If you tried to listen to today’s show with New York Times bestselling author, Wendy Wilkinson, I apologize. As can sometimes happen, the show experienced technical difficulties on the Blog Talk Radio platform. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, the inconvenience to guests and listeners is unavoidable. I’ll host a make-up show as […]

Don’t Clip Your Wings

The nice editors over at Fine Lines Literary Journal invited Kori to send a post for their blog. Check it out. Are you battling a fear of rejection?Are you sabotaging your success? Read her article and share your thoughts. While you’re visiting their site, be sure to check their submission guidelines for their quarterly publication.

Self-Published Authors Earn More Money

If you missed yesterday’s show, you can listen to it here. The people over at Author Earnings have a new report out, and it is as enlightening as the previous one! Here are a few high points: 64% of traditionally published author earnings comes from their e-book sales There are more debut indie authors from […]