EPISODE 127 – I’d Give You My Kidney, Harold Mintz

  In his life, Harold has had two successful careers and one passion… Growing up with an architect as a father provided him a front row seat watching someone successfully take a passion for creativity and develop it into a fulfilling occupation. This led Harold’s successful 25 year career in advertising and marketing.  Then opportunity […]

EPISODE 125 – I Fought the Law, Michael Glassford

MICHAEL GLASSFORD writes legal documents by day and stories by night. He majored in English at B.Y.U. before obtaining his J.D. from Washburn Law. For the last twelve years, he has practiced, family, business, and estate planning in Missouri and now in Utah. He has owned and operated many business, including an award-winning restaurant, Oregano […]

EPISODE 124 – A Brush With Fame, Adam Sidwell

In between books, Adam Glendon Sidwell uses the power of computers to make monsters, robots and zombies come to life for blockbuster movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean, King Kong, Pacific Rim, Transformers and Tron. After spending countless hours in front of a keyboard meticulously adjusting tentacles, calibrating hydraulics, and brushing monkey fur, he […]

EPISODE 122 – Check Your Ego at the Door, John Bingham

John Bingham is a highly successful ghostwriter. With more than 30 years of writing, editing, business, marketing, sales, and leadership experience, and having worked in executive writing and leadership positions for large, successful companies, John has a wealth of knowledge. He and his team have written 117 books including four New York Times best sellers. […]

EPISODE 120 – Blood Splatter 101, Candace Thomas

Multi-genre writer Candace J. Thomas is the award-winning author of the YA fantasy Vivatera series, published by Xchyler Publishing. She is also the author of the paranormal satire Vampire-ish: A Hypochondriac’s Tale, and the dystopian sci-fi novella Hawkweed, published in the anthology Moments In Millennia. Hang onto your hats! We discuss everything from how a […]

EPISODE 115 – How to Finally Win, John Lee Dumas

EOFire Podcast host and creator John Lee Dumas, or JLD for all of you EOFire listeners, author of The Freedom Journal and The Mastery Journal, and KickStarter king joins us for this episode. JLD provides fabulously combustible, completely actionable value bombs that every entrepreneur (and if you’re a writer—you’re an entrepreneur) can take to the […]

EPISODE 113 – It’s Not About the Tights, Chris Brogan

Image Credit Vendela Media   Chris Brogan is CEO of Owner Media Group and the New York Times bestselling author of nine books and counting. Chris has spoken for or consulted with the biggest brands you know, including Disney, Coke, Google, GM, Microsoft, Coldwell Banker, Titleist, Scotts, Humana Health, Cisco, Sony USA, and many more. […]

EPISODE 109- Hallelujah, Fans at Walmart, Stephanie Connelley Worlton

Stephanie Connelley Worlton hit the #2 Amazon Bestseller spot for Hacked, the first in a trilogy that includes Hunted and Hooked. She is also the critically acclaimed author of Hope’s Journey and several other books. Stephanie provides practical advice and tools, and we mean literal, honest-to-goodness, Tool Time-style tools, for everything from branding and marketing […]

EPISODE 107 – Minding Your P’s & Q’s, Angela Eschler

  Angela Eschler and her team have worked with many bestselling authors, partnering with them to bring out the magic in their work with everything from developmental editing to copyediting, making sure their manuscripts will pass muster with agents and publishers. Angela provides insights into the editing process, developing the craft of writing, writing for […]

EPISODE 104 – Black Flower, Josh Rossi

Josh Rossi is a commercial photographer who has cracked the social-media-gone-viral code. Josh captured the attention of Inside Edition, Huffington Post, Today, People Magazine, Business Insider, Mashable, ABC, Pretty52 and other influencers and news outlets with photo shoots with his 3-year-old daughter in Wonder Woman and Beauty and the Beast re-enactments. Having mastered storytelling for […]

EPISODE 103 – Ugly Babies & Other Confessions, Kathy Gordon

  Kathy Gordon, author of 140 nonfiction books including the bestseller Butch Cassidy and Other Mormon Outlaws of the Old West, and managing editor with Covenant Communications shares how to capture an editor’s attention and other secrets from the publisher’s desk. You can get her books at Amazon and everywhere fine books are sold. Kathy […]

EPISODE 102 – Finding Neverland, Michael Darling

Michael Darling, Amazon #1 Bestselling author of Got Luck talks about the million-word-myth, writing like a ninja when you are still managing the day job, and the various hats that all successful authors wear. Michael’s novel Got Luck can be found on Amazon and at book retailers nationwide. You can follow Michael on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaeldarlingwrites Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelcdarling […]

EPISODE 101 – Once Upon A Time, Angie Fenimore & Michael Sheen

  Michael and Angie take you behind the scenes and answer questions like; “Why Calliope? Why write books? And, just how do you deal with an eye twitch when you are presenting at a writers’ conference?” in this fun introduction to The Calliope Writing Coach Podcast.   You can follow Angie on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AngieFenimoreAuthorCoach/ Facebook Writers’ […]