Mark Dawson is a best selling self-published author on multiple platforms including Amazon and Kobo. He is the author of the John Milton thriller series and its spin-off Beatrix Rose. In addition, he’s written several ‘Soho Noir' novels. Mark’s breakthrough came when he developed a marketing strategy for promoting and selling his books. His swift success enabled him to quit his 9 to 5 job and he has generated gross revenues of more than a million dollars in less than five years. Mark has become a leading voice in the self publishing industry and he advocates and teaches a strategy based around offering books for free, mailing list development and social media advertising. In 2015, he published the first version of what is now his acclaimed online course ‘Advertising for Authors’. He has also developed a course for writers at the start of their careers – Self Publishing 101. James Blatch co-hosts the podcast and he represents the first time, wannabe author. James is a former BBC News... more
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Ace author website designer, Stuart Grant, explains why every author needs a site and how to go about securing one that's going to help you sell more books.
Two years on and it's back! Mark and James talk you through the exciting schedule for this year's upcoming two-day SPS event in London.
So how do you get started as an indie author? Let multi-million selling indie superstar Mark Dawson and newbie author James Blatch be your guides!
Every Thursday, I set out on my daily walk with the latest Mark and James’ podcast. The podcasts and the SPF courses I’ve done, combined with the very helpful and supportive Facebook SPF community, have been like a degree in indie-publishing for me. I found my people!
It’s bad enough that the first fifteen minutes are just rambling, but how can anyone hit publish with that dreadful sound.
I’ve listened to the Self Publishing Show podcast for years and Mark, James and their guests continue to provide hugely valuable content. I listen while I drive, and frequently have to leave myself audio messages of great tips to return to later. The SPF podcast has informed my fiction writing almost from the beginning. I am a student in both the Self Publishing 101 and the Ads for Authors courses, as well. I know I’m gushing, but I can’t recommend these courses and podcast high enough! Thanks t... more
I enjoyed the podcast with Dave Chessen about his Atticus program as it is another writer tool we can use. I enjoy this podcast every week with Mark and James, as they know what writers need, and are full of great ideas for writer inspiration and growth. Keep up the amazing work.
Loved this show!! (And so many others!) I recently found your show and appreciate your applicable tips and proven techniques. Question: does Melanie have a list of the questions she asked her readers? (Or did I space that part?) Would love to know what she surveyed so I can tweak for my own novels and readers. Thanks again for a great show for writers!
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