Steve Bremner

Author, Podcaster & Writing Coach

Building Momentum by Tackling the Easiest Thing First

I’ve been thinking about a productivity hack in my life that I felt was true, and then I recently two different books that said so in different ways. First, let’s keep something in mind. Much of what I’m referring to is through the lens of writing but can be applied to whatever you want for […]

Books Can Go Places You Can’t

A friend of mine has traveled with a well-known and established preacher for many years. This minister has written at least 30 books, and I’m certain this is a conservative estimate. He’s also had his books translated into many languages, including Spanish. I took the opportunity to hear him speak once when he was down here in […]

9 Ways To Feed The Blogging Beast

I constantly tell aspiring authors and writers that before publishing a book, they ought to be writing daily or very often so as to practice their craft and excel at it. I also encourage writers to have their own blog, and not use one of the freebies like Wix, Blogger, or WordPress.com, but to self […]

If You’re Going to Write a Book, Put in the Rest of the Work!

I rub shoulders all the time with other indie authors who want to cut all the corners they can in their book’s production, rush it to publication and spend as little money as possible doing so. I get it. I was a broke missionary living on support when I published my first few e-books and […]

10 Steps To Mediocre Book Promotion

I originally wrote this blog post in January 2014 one year after I started publishing ebooks on Amazon, and before one of my titles got picked up by a traditional publisher and experienced a wider release. One of my titles (the one on divine healing) reached number one in Pentecostal Christian books the weekend I […]

Before Asking Me To Promote Your Book or Be on My Podcast

In my last post I began to rant about some of the unsolicited requests for money I get, and other similar types of favors, and realized I needed a separate blog post to address fellow authors. I get a lot of requests to read and review Advanced Reader Copies (A.R.C.s) and even unedited manuscripts. Well […]

Should Authors Make Audiobooks? A Narrator’s Perspective

I just found out earlier today, before publishing this post that Nine Lies People Believe About Speaking in Tongues (my published book) is available on Audible.com, and Amazon thanks to the Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX.com). As some of my podcast listeners have heard me say several times, I’d been working on it off and on […]

A Call To Mediocrity & The Blame Game

Go the way of least resistance in life. Don’t ask questions about why things are the way they are — just accept it. When people challenge your dreams and say something can’t be done — or ask who are you to think you can do something others tried but failed at — listen to them […]