Steve Bremner

Author, Podcaster & Writing Coach

What I Learned Working for “Love Offerings” & “Competitive Pricing”

TL;DR: I ain’t doing it ever again. Today’s post is probably going to be the first of at least two posts, since it’s already lengthy as it is. However, in this post, I’m mostly going to share a few pivotal experiences in my entrepreneurship journey with a bit of reflection, and then next time do […]

BRANDING 110: Publishing Your Own Books with Ryan J. Rhoades

Hey guys On Sunday I got to be interviewed by Ryan J. Rhoades, founder of Reformation Designs on a weekly FB live interview series he’s been doing on the subject of branding. He talked to me about writing and publishing books, of course. You can click on the embedable video below, but just know that […]

A Year of Living Homeless | Podcast with Author Derek Snook

Derek Snook, self-described son of a Baptist minister and entrepeneur joins me to discuss his recent book, The Definition of Success: What Living Homeless Can Teach You. He tells me what was intended as a one-night experiment lasted a year, and years later he has decided to publish a book about how this experience had an […]

What is an Author Coach?

“How writing daily for years prepared me for working out and losing weight.” I’ll tell you. But first, let me spend some time telling you about my weight loss journey. Trust me, it’s relevant. Facebook memories, the “on this day” feature on the FB mobile app, are reminding me that it was 2 years ago […]

How NOT To Grow Your Brand & Market Your Book

I’ve posted on my site several times why I don’t do review swaps with other indie authors and expressed my disdain for being added to groups on Facebook without my permission, invited to like business pages with people who’ve never once discussed their business with me or engaged in any conversation or human interaction. But […]

What Is It Like Living in Peru?

I get asked all the time how I like living in Peru. Often times I don’t know what I’m supposed to say to that after living here nine years. As a writer, I always am stretching myself to figure out how to describe things and bring readers INTO what I may be thinking and feeling […]

Why You Should Not Go Exclusively with ACX for Your Audiobook’s Distribution

You may be reading this post as an already-established author, and contemplating dipping your toes into the audiobook market. If you are still on the fence, you might want to read this previous post of mine, Should Authors Make Audiobooks — A Narrator’s Perspective, first. Or don’t. I’m not your mom. I mentioned in my […]

Don’t Mistake Learning With Doing

I constantly get messaged by people asking me questions because they’re “planning on starting a podcast” or they’re “going to” write a book. Years have gone by and I neither see nor hear anything about either of these things for many of the people I have these conversations with. What’s up with that? In my […]