Micro-publishing, passion and strategy: a chat with Sean Platt

I’d like to introduce someone to you.

This is Sean. He's verbose.

This is Sean Platt. I spent a MIND-BLOWING hour with him talking about micro-publishing (you know, selling 99c books on Kindle), how to get started and rock it out, some of his most epic fails, and his hard-earned lessons. And lots of other topics. We’re both talkers.

If you are interested in publishing anything ever, you should listen to this interview. It is seriously that good.

Audio MP3

If the note-takers among you want to share your notes for the benefit of those who aren’t audio-friendly, that would be awesome. Tell us in the comments or send me an email.

Sean is a better writer than I am, so I let him write his own bio. Except I said I’d also call him “nifty”, because that is how I roll.

Want to know more about Nifty Sean?

Sean Platt is a content marketing specialist, publisher and awesome dad. You’d be really silly not to follow him on Twitter.

Click on the link to buy the Yesterday’s Gone pilot. It’s the best $0.99 you could possibly spend, but if you want to get the full “season” now, $4.99 will put a smile on your face for a week. Click to become a “goner,” and get exclusive chapters with shocking endings, along with a ringside seat to all the behind the scenes stuff (perfect for readers AND writers!)

Fair warning: if you don’t like serials like LOST and writers like Stephen King, you probably won’t like reading Yesterday’s Gone. But if you like stuff that starts out awesome, and then is awesome on every page until the WTF? cliffhanger ending, then you’ll totally dig Yesterday’s Gone. (I dare anyone who reads Yesterday’s Gone to not secretly like Boricio, especially by season’s end.)

Thanks Sean, for sharing so much smartness on how to rock it out to piles of cash AND joy.

If you have any follow-up questions, please pop them in the comments. And if you too would like to hear Sean and I talk about balancing strategy and white-hot passion, then let us know!