Sean Ellis has authored and co-authored more than 20 action-adventure novels, including the Nick Kismet adventures, the Jack Sigler/Chess Team series with Jeremy Robinson, and the Jade Ihara adventures with David Wood. He served with the Army National Guard in Afghanistan, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University. Sean is also a member of the International Thriller Writers organization. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world.
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Interview with Sean Ellis
In this episode we learn:
- All about Sean and his writing career and how Indiana Jones influenced his writing.
- How he got published through small presses and how networking worked for him.
- What co-authoring is like for Ellis
- Insider info about his latest book, Camp Zero, a futuristic thriller that teaches about survival skills
- Discussion about the imagery on the cover and what it means – pitch for our NEXT guests Jerry and Sharon Ahern
- Details about categories and how our books get put there thanks to algorithms-where Ellis’s books are listed and why he thinks they are there
- How many books are planned for this series beginning with Camp Zero.
- Insider info about being a serial writer and whose series has excited Ellis.
- Discussion about readers and how they operate with a series, beginning with book one and going forward.
- Problems with writing series of books (great info for authors!)
- Details about Sean Ellis’s process of writing.
and so, so much more, including his BEST advice for aspiring authors
Listen to my writing news info, personal update, and the AUDIO ONLY version of the interview here:
You can find Sean Ellis online at:
Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/Sean-Ellis/e/B002E74G1G/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1476630337&sr=8-2-ent
Speaking Volumes author page: http://speakingvolumes.mybigcommerce.com/sean-ellis/
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