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Creativity, Business, And Ambition With Emily Kimelman The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers

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How can you juggle full-time writing and a family? How can you manage ambition about adventure and travel with a desire to be a 7-figure author? How can you be both creative and a business-person? I talk about all this and more in today's wide-ranging interview with Emily Kimelman.



In the introduction, The Authors Guild, the Association of American Publishers, and the American Booksellers Association wrote to the US Senate anti-trust committee to comment on the concentrated power and influence of Amazon [Publishers Lunch]; Powell's bookstore announces they will no longer sell their books on Amazon’s marketplace [Business Insider].

My thoughts on how our comfort zones have shrunk during the pandemic and my plans to start expanding my own comfort zone again. Book research on Victorian London — David Morrell on my Books and Travel Podcast. Plus, get 50% off all my ebooks and many of my audiobooks if you buy direct from my Payhip store – payhip.com/thecreativepenn for non-fiction and fiction, including boxsets. Use coupon code: SEPT20 at checkout.



This podcast is sponsored by Kobo Writing Life, which helps authors self-publish and reach readers in global markets through the Kobo eco-system. You can also subscribe to the Kobo Writing Life podcast for interviews with successful indie authors.



Emily Kimelman is the author of the Sydney Rye Mystery series, and also writes fantasy under Emily Reed.

You can listen above or on your favorite podcast app or read the notes and links below. Here are the highlights and the full transcript below.

Show Notes



* The challenges and silver lining of being a dyslexic writer

* Travel as part of an author’s life

* Writing while traveling and going slowly to facilitate that

* The blurred lines between fact and fiction

* Keeping an author business going with two small children

* Strategies for working toward a 7-figure year

* Pros and cons of having two fiction pen names



You can find Emily Kimelman at EmilyKimelman.com

Sharing Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash



Transcript of Interview with Emily Kimelman

Joanna: Emily Kimelman is the author of the Sydney Rye Mystery series, and also writes fantasy under Emily Reed. Welcome, Emily.

Emily: Thank you. It's so great to be here.

Joanna: Great to have you on the show.

First up, tell us a bit more about you and how you got into writing.

How can you juggle full-time writing and a family? How can you manage ambition about adventure and travel with a desire to be a 7-figure author? How can you be both creative and a business-person? I talk about all this and more in today's wide-ranging interview with Emily Kimelman.



In the introduction, The Authors Guild, the Association of American Publishers, and the American Booksellers Association wrote to the US Senate anti-trust committee to comment on the concentrated power and influence of Amazon [Publishers Lunch]; Powell's bookstore announces they will no longer sell their books on Amazon’s marketplace [Business Insider].

My thoughts on how our comfort zones have shrunk during the pandemic and my plans to start expanding my own comfort zone again. Book research on Victorian London — David Morrell on my Books and Travel Podcast. Plus, get 50% off all my ebooks and many of my audiobooks if you buy direct from my Payhip store – payhip.com/thecreativepenn for non-fiction and fiction, including boxsets. Use coupon code: SEPT20 at checkout.



This podcast is sponsored by Kobo Writing Life, which helps authors self-publish and reach readers in global markets through the Kobo eco-system. You can also subscribe to the Kobo Writing Life podcast for interviews with successful indie authors.



Emily Kimelman is the author of the Sydney Rye Mystery series, and also writes fantasy under Emily Reed.

You can listen above or on your favorite podcast app or read the notes and links below. Here are the highlights and the full transcript below.

Show Notes



* The challenges and silver lining of being a dyslexic writer

* Travel as part of an author’s life

* Writing while traveling and going slowly to facilitate that

* The blurred lines between fact and fiction

* Keeping an author business going with two small children

* Strategies for working toward a 7-figure year

* Pros and cons of having two fiction pen names



You can find Emily Kimelman at EmilyKimelman.com

Sharing Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash



Transcript of Interview with Emily Kimelman

Joanna: Emily Kimelman is the author of the Sydney Rye Mystery series, and also writes fantasy under Emily Reed. Welcome, Emily.

Emily: Thank you. It's so great to be here.

Joanna: Great to have you on the show.

First up, tell us a bit more about you and how you got into writing.

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