WGP Episode 50-Robin Murphy, paranormal mysteries

Interview with Robin Murphy


Welcome, Groupies! This is episode 50 of the podcast, and today I chat with Robin Murphy. Robin was born in the small coal mining town of Windber, Pennsylvania and remembers a wonderful childhood with her parents and two older brothers. She’s written a paranormal mystery series, beginning with Sullivan’s Secret and I know you will get a lot out of our time together.

So, here we go…on with the show!

robin murphy


Robin is full of great information for authors seeking help with their work. I am excited to have her on Writer Groupie Podcast. Be sure to check out her sites at the bottom of this post.


In this episode, we learn about:

  • Robin’s writing journey which spans nearly 10 years now.
  • Why the first book morphed into a series.
  • Insider details about her “how-to” book for writers.
  • How self-publishing has grown and changed through the years.
  • What Robin misses about DIY in books.
  • Insider info on what Robin would want to know if she were starting over as an indie author.
  • How writing series of books benefits an author.
  • If setting the first book to free works for an author today.
  • How being an indie author allows freedoms that makes writing fun.
  • Details on being a graphic design artist and how covers are a big part of a book’s success.
  • and so MUCH MORE!!!!!!!!

    Find Robin Murphy on these sites:
    Her Website
    Rookie Writer Solutions

    You can also subscribe to this podcast in iTunes HERE


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