Link Love – Sneak Peeks

Today I feature in an author interview over at ‘The Story Reading Ape’, run by Chris Graham.

I love it when sites offer a platform for authors to connect with a new audience. Lawd knows it’s tough enough to make the breakthrough on your own. It’s a short read and discusses why I decided to down corporate tools and dedicate a large swathe of my time to writing. You can read it here. Read more

Episode 8 of #Reid2Write – Romance Author Liz Durano

liz madrid duranoI had the pleasure this week to interview someone I’ve admired from afar since discovering her blog earlier in the year.

Author of romance and ‘chick-lit’ novels, the next guest of my #Reid2Write series is very open about her own writing process and the lovely task that us indie authors struggle with – carving out a niche and finding our target market. Read more

Episode 7 of #Reid2Write – Chris Jensen (Toad) talks Drug Addiction and Living on the Streets

chris-jensen-2Every blogger has different yardsticks to measure their degree of success.

Some have a finger on the pulse to measure likes and comments which dictate their future content.

Others, like the next guest of #Reid2Write, simply use their site as a platform to jot down their creative thoughts. Read more

Episode 6 of #Reid2Write – Life Coach Alison Cebulla talks Ayahuasca, Orgasmic Meditation and Cold Showers!

check123IT’S FUNNY WHO you meet on your travels. Especially in dorm rooms where the Universe, with its playful sense of humour, brings strangers together from different walks of life.

I met the next guest on my interview series of #reid2write in a hostel in Taganga, Colombia in 2014. She had just been mugged. On top of that she had also just recovered from contracting dengue fever. In summary, she wasn’t in a very happy place!

A typical backpacker conversation followed, hopping across a range of different topics until one caught our mutual interest, namely Neil Strauss and the pick-up industry. Read more

Episode #4 of #Reid2Write – Tric from ‘My Thoughts On A Page’ talks Awards and Blog Tips

winnerA QUICK GOOGLE search will reveal that there are between 150 – 250 million blogs online.

How many of those are abandoned is anyone’s guess.

The problem with our digital age is that there is so much information online, especially in the blogosphere.

The task of finding someone who actually has a talent and unique voice becomes almost impossible, which is the aim of this series of blog interviews on #Reid2Write. Read more