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Paul Teague authorWelcome to Paul's Podcast Diary for Saturday 30th March, 2019.

Coming up this week:

  • It’s the end of the first quarter of the year – I’ll be reviewing what’s been achieved and what has not!
  • Book 3, draft 1 is finished – but is writing at that speed a good thing to aspire to?
  • PLUS all this week’s author news and gossip!

This diary charts my self-publishing journey – the ups the downs, the successes and the failures.

Everything goes into this diary, week-by-week, but you'll also find it a source of great tips, resources, tools, podcast recommendations and so on.

If you're new to the podcast and want to easily access the back catalogue of podcast diaries, in chronological order, please check out this page.

If I ever miss something out, or you'd like more information, just drop me an email at paul@paulteague.com.

This Week's Talking Points

1) This week's word count – book 3/draft 1 is now finished 🙂

Word count Word count

2) Q1 review – my planning board:

Q1 planning board

3) Great new BookFunnel feature:

Bookfunnel

4) Booksweeps for list building – recommended: https://goo.gl/qTe54r

5) Jon Conshaw's Stop Booking Around:

6) Dave Gaughran's BookBub guide:

7) Lisa Cron's Story Genius:

8) Recommended! Alissa Grosso's Awkward Author podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCsbyw8sS6GFJ6FuZKnVGJw

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    2 replies to "Paul’s Podcast Diary 146 (Saturday 30th March, 2019)"

    • Bill

      That planning board reminds me of the spreadsheet J.K. Rowling used to plot Harry Potter. Both intimidating and inspiring! And I read Story Genius last year (and took its companion course on CreativeLive.com) and it was revelatory, as was “Wired for STory.” You should love it!

      • Paul Teague

        Hi Bill, great to hear from you! Thanks for the tip ref: Wired for Story, I’ve just headed over to Amazon to buy a copy. All the best, Paul

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