An Interview With Me, by Joe Compton of GoIndieNow

12805949_1026533044052486_3660425143880806537_nGo Indie Now – Episode Five – Is Now Available Live

A couple of weeks ago, I sat down on Google Hangouts, for an interview. Joe Compton, of GoIndieNow was kind enough to take more than an hour out of his day to ask me some questions about my writing, blogging, and background.

I’d like to thank Joe for his wonderful comments at the end of the interview, and for helping me to extend the invitation to other indie authors. He’s an amazing advocate for the Independent lifestyle, supporting writers, film makers, musicians and more through his GoIndieNow podcasts, and blog.

Watch the Episode Now!

Episode 5, of GoIndieNow contains an edited version of the interview, along with interviews with several other guests. Joe is joined by Rhett Grametbauer (author and documentary film-maker), myself, and Lauren Michelle (singer/songwriter). The wonderful, Jin Okubo also drops in to do a book review, and overall, it’s just a fun episode to watch.

If you want to go straight to the interview, fast forward to the 25:40 minute mark, or check out the full hour-long interview (linked below). And hang around until after the interview, at the 43:12 mark, to hear Joe’s comments about the interview, and me.

Here’s the full interview!

The full interview ran for over an hour, and you can hear the full audio version of it here.

Love what you saw?

Don’t forget to subscribe to the GoIndieNow YouTube channel for past episodes, and to get notified of new videos as they’re posted.

Also, check out the full interviews on the GoIndieNow PodBean channel

Like The Interview? Want To Hear More?

I sat down with Joe for about an hour, and we covered a lot more than was shown in the episode.

Click Here To Hear The Full Interview!

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