The Creative Penn Podcast

Information, inspiration and interviews on writing, self-publishing, book marketing and making a living with your writing.

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10 Years Of The Creative Penn Podcast. 3.2 Million Downloads In 215 Countries


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Audiobooks For Authors With Will Dages From Findaway Voices


Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment in publishing, and in a world where voice-first technologies are continuing to grow, it's a great time to take more control over your audiobook rights as discussed in today's interview with Will Dages from Fin...


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