Writing Fiction as a Business and Being Awesome with Michael Scott Earle

CnMcVR8UMAA0lqBKevin, Justin, and Stephan are joined by the amazing author of THE DESTROYER (epic fantasy) and some other amazing books — Michael-Scott Earle. He shares how he taught Justin to treat fiction like a business, and it’s not just a saying. Want to get serious about your fiction too? Tune in to this episode! 

What else do you need to know about Michael-Scott Earle?

You can find out all of his deep, dark secrets at these websites:

www.michaelscottearle.com www.facebook.com/authormichaelscottearle www.amazon.com/Michael-Scott-Earle/e/B019QSNVA2

Michael’ book recommendations:

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Rhinoceros Success : the Secret to Charging Full Speed Toward Every Opportunity

And more:

Heroes Die by Matthew Woodring Stover The Lions of al-Rassan Sailing to Sarantium A Song for Arbonne by Guy Gavriel Kay and then “The Sword” by Luna Brothers

And you can get them on Audible for free with a trial!

Michael’s Bio from his AMAZON PAGE:

Thanks for reading my books! If you enjoyed any of my novels please leave a review, join my mailing list, and share with your friends.

I’m currently working on a space opera series and have outlines for a supernatural horror series, a Western horror series, a futurist cyber-punk series, a comedic fantasy series, and a series in the Destroyer universe that will take place a few months after the end of book 4.

When I am not working or writing, I enjoy cycling (road and mountain), guitar/bass guitar playing, esoteric music, reading, exercising, and spending time with my family.

check out www.michaelscottearle.com for more info.


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30-Day Author by Kevin Tumlinson and Creative Writing Career 2 by Justin Sloan and Stephan Bugaj


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