I’m Booked is a podcast about all things books. From reading books to writing books to marketing your business with books, April O’Leary, founder of O’Leary Publishing, has something to say. Often with humor, always with honesty, April shares from her own personal experience what books have impacted her most, how she became an author and what it takes to become one yourself. Her guests share their experiences too in the hopes that you will enjoy the world of books and discover new friends along the way. For more information on how to get your book published visit www.olearypublishing.com.
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How did first-time co-authors Michael Frino and Katie Desiderio get a traditional publishing contract and what are they doing now that The Beekeeper is in prelaunch? In this episode we discuss the shift from publishing for academic journals to striki... more
Devon Taylor joins us on this episode to talk about the creative process of writing and publishing his first children’s chapter book. His unique story combines, transformational, connecting and creative energy to bind his family together as they crea... more
Author, Don Fedor took 10 years to write his book The Ultimate Quest. But when he brought his manuscript to us at O’Leary Publishing, it took another two years for him to finalize it into the amazing work at his today. His book launched on February 2... more
Love discovering this new podcast and April’s episodes on book launch success for new authors (and launch parties). Yay!
April is insightful and has a unique combination of vision and know-how. While I haven’t written a book YET, April’s coaching helped me successfully launch my mindfulness business. This podcast reflects the gifts April, through O’Leary Publishing, brings to the book you’ve been dreaming about writing. —Angela Tarquini-Sanders, Founder of Mindful Mindz, LLC.
April O’Leary is a bright light in the publishing industry. She is a pleasure to work with always bringing a motivating energy to her work. Her podcast carries the same tone and she gets some great speakers to share helpful tools.
I’m really enjoying this podcast. I have a story I need to tell and your episodes are definitely fueling the flame!
I enjoy listening to April speak- about anything! She has a gentle, melodic voice and a concise way to verbalize thoughts, such a way that makes me envious at times. I turned in to listen to her speak and was delighted to hear the conversation with Shemane Nugent who is also a very well-spoken woman with a message I liked. When I began my walk, I was in sour mood but listening to these two completely turned it around. Their talk was easy and had a great pace, no stepping on each other or awkward... more
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I’m Booked launched 3 years ago and published 66 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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