Guy Vincent is the founder of publishizer.com, a webpage that can launch a campaign of your book, starting from the proposal to gathering funds through crowdfunding and connecting you with literary agents to help get your book published. He published an e-book about how to wake up early by himself and then, while working as an e-publisher, conceived the idea of applying the crowdfunding concept with self-publishing.
Linda Nguyen is a Texas native in hot pursuit of good food, adventure, and laughter.
She is a consummate content creator, with a few different blogs, an active Instagram feed, and her own sketch notes and #DoodlesAboutFeelings series. Previously, she ran a multi-contributor YouTube vlogging channel called Totes Awesome.
Linda has really hit the scene in recent years with her hugely popular Girl Eats World food blog, where she shares her favorite sports and eats in Austin, Texas, and as she travels around the world.
A never-ending source of kindness and inspiration, she also co-wrote the book 3 Things, with Kim Arenas, a gratitude journal that encourages readers to take a few minutes each day to stop and give thanks for three things.
Dan Norris is a serial entrepreneur with a discriminating eye and tenacious ability to create excessive amounts of content for the various businesses he has started. His third business, WPCurve, launched with just two weeks of personal and professional runway, a story he chronicles in his best-selling book The 7 Day Startup. He has gone on to launch other businesses, including a brick-and-mortar brewery called Black Hops Brewing on the Gold Coast in Australia, and built WPCurve to be a seven-figure company off the back of his content marketing and writing efforts. His newest book, Content Machine, outlines the process he has followed to create buzz for his businesses and establish him as a noted speaker and authority on all things content and marketing.
Every episode of the Writers’ Rough Drafts podcast, Elisa asks the same list of Either/Or questions during our “Inside The Writer’s Mind” lightening round. It’s a fun little game that might feel a little tedious to anyone listening, as it seems to be a redundant waste of two minutes.
But, inside Elisa’s mind, there exists a trove of statistics and resources that she is constantly cultivating and organizing to learn more about the world and people around her.
Which is why she created the game and plays it with everyone – to gather information.Continue reading