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Author Interview A.D. Starrling

Author Interview with A.D. Starrling: Mauritius-Born Author Combines Medicine and Mystery — Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My ALLi author guest this week is A. D. Starrling, a UK-based author who grew up on the Island of Mauritius, where her hyper-achieving family left her little choice but to become a doctor, so that's what she did. But Starrling found a way to combine the logical and artistic parts of her mind as an indie publisher of fantastic and thrilling tales. What do the paranormal and medicine have to do with each other. Listen on, and A. D. Starrling will explain.
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Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

In 2020, I Was Inspired By ALLi Authors’ Backstories On My Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

On my Inspirational Indie Authors podcast, I discovered that indie authors usually have lived varied and interesting lives before they ever decided to become authors. They have backstories that inform their worldview, writing style, genre choice, and usually a deep well of experience from which to draw. I have selfish reasons for hosting the Inspirational Indie Authors podcast, too. These authors inspire me to use my own backstory to become a better writer.
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Author Interview With Dale Roberts

Author Interview with Dale Roberts: Fitness Guru Finds Synergy Between Books and YouTube — Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My ALLi author guest this week is Dale Roberts, a health and fitness author who discovered a perfect synergy between print and video content. He has amassed a sizable following on YouTube. It took a little while for Dale to discover his voice and his brand, but once he found it, he began to exude an energy for self-publishing that you just have to hear for yourself. 
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Author Interview With Bjørn Larssen

Author Interview with Bjørn Larssen: Artist, Blacksmith, and the Norse Gods’ Biggest Fan — Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My ALLi author guest this week is Bjørn Larssen, who was born in Poland, lives in the Netherlands, but has his heart simultaneously in Iceland and with the ancient Norse Gods, which he writes about in his books. And, if that isn't enough, there is much more to Bjorn's story and his journey from communist-era Poland to his discovery of freedom as an indie author. Bjorn, himself, tells it best. Listen to the whole thing, since there will be surprises.
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Author Interview With Joanna Penn

Author Interview with Joanna Penn: Authorpreneur Found a Winding Path to Success — Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My ALLi author guest this week is Joanna Penn, who many of you already know as a successful indie author, businesswoman, and podcaster for ALLi. In fact, her name is almost synonymous with the term authorpreneur. So, this podcast will not focus so much on Joanna's current work, but we'll hear more of her own backstory, what motivates her fictional characters, and what motivates her as a writer, self-publisher, and role model for other indie authors.
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Author Interview With Margaret Skea

Author Interview with Margaret Skea: Ulster Childhood Prepared Her to Write About Ancient Conflict — Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My ALLi author guest this week is Margaret Skea, who lives in Scotland and writes historical fiction about violent periods in Scottish history. It is a subject that hits closer to home for Margaret than you'd think. She spent her childhood in Northern Ireland, where sectarian violence was a daily fact of life, and Margaret is able to convey this sense of danger and uncertainty in her fiction.
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Author Interview With Robert Roseth

Author Interview with Robert Roseth: Mystery and Satire at University — Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My ALLi author guest this week is Robert Roseth, who spent his career at the University of Washington, helping to make scientific and technological breakthroughs understandable to everyday readers. After retirement, he embarked on the second part of his career, writing a combination mystery and satire called Ivy is a Weed. Robert also discovered that the best way to publish his vision is to do it the indie way.
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Lindsay Mayer

Interview With Lindsay Mayer: Middle-Grade Author Explores Dark Side of Imagination—Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My guest this week is Lindsay Mayer, an author of middle-grade fiction who is defying the standard tropes to create unique characters that explore the dark side of imagination. Lindsay was born in the United States but lives in Paris, where she is an IT worker by day and lets her imagination loose as an author by night.
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Karen Hill Anton

Interview with Karen Hill Anton: Black Woman in Japan Highlights our Shared Humanity—Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My guest this week is Karen Hill Anton. She is a black woman married to a white husband, living in a small community in Japan. But Karen would be the first to tell you that none of those descriptions really matter. Karen would tell you that she has traveled the world, and lived in many places, and in the end all we have is our shared humanity.
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Michael Sean Comerford

Interview with Michael Sean Comerford: ‘American Oz’ Author Lived Among the Carnies—Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My guest this week is Michael Sean Comerford, who spent the first part of his career as a journalist, moving from town to town. Turned out, life on the road was perfect preparation for what came after his newspaper career, which was writing a book about carnival workers. He traveled with them, worked with them, talked to them, lived among them.
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Nancy Cramer

Interview with Nancy Cramer: 89-Year-Old Author Makes History by Writing Serbian History—Inspirational Indie Authors Podcast

My guest this week is Nancy Cramer, an 89-year-old author who made history by writing the history of a WWI Serbian retreat that had not been well-documented. In Nancy's long life, she has seen her share of tragedy, which made her especially attuned to this story of bravery and sacrifice amid war. And her efforts have paid off through international recognition.
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