Monday, July 10, 2017

Interview with the Creative Penn!

I've been a fangirl of Joanna Penn's The Creative Penn since I first started wondering about self publishing. Naturally, then, when fans suggested Joanna and I do an interview on Twitter, I could not say yes fast enough, and here it is!!



We had a fantastic time, and if you enjoy publishing shop talk, I think you will, too. We talk abut writing fast (obvs), how to write for long stretches, marketing, working with spouses, creating story arcs, and a whole bunch more. It really was a blast, so go listen!



Audio podcast link. (with links for Apple and Android)

There's also a text transcript of the interview at the bottom of the post, in case you just want to read!

If you don't already read it, Joanna's Creative Penn is one of the best sources for serious business talk about indie publishing on the internet. I've been a fan for years and stolen many, many good ideas from her and her guests. Can not recommend enough! Thank you so much to Joanna for having me.

Hope everyone's week goes well, and happy writing!
- Rachel

6 comments:

Kat Chandler said...

Your interview was wonderful and full of so much sound advice. Over the past two years, as I've written my first book, I've researched and read or listened to everything I could possibly find in relation to being an indie author. It has been such a blessing to have authors like you who selflessly share. Thank you so much!

Molly Faber said...

Loved it! Had to listen to it twice!
Love your books!

Sanne said...

Just listened to the podcast. You sound like a really nice and motivated person and I agree with you on so many things. Keep up the good work!

Sanne said...

PS just looked at your books and your covers are beautiful!

karmenghia said...

Great interview and tons of great advice! Looking forward to checking out your books now. Thanks for sharing about the stuff that worked for you and the stuff that didn't!

Deepak Yadav said...

I love this book I want to download ebook in PDF. Because I have not much time to carry printed ebook with me. This is a wonderful story and I love to read whole story.