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Mark Dawson

29 Podcast Episodes

Latest 6 Oct 2022 | Updated Daily

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SPS-340: The Self Publishing Show Live! 2022 (Show Recap) - Mark Dawson & James Blatch

The Self Publishing Show

After a 2-year enforced hiatus, the Self Publishing Show Live! returned to London in 2022 - this time for a two-day run. This episode recaps the wide variety of speakers and presentations on offer ahead of the launch of the show's recorded sessions.


22 Jul 2022

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Episode 155 - Mark Dawson

We Are Jobs Podcast

Chuck Sexton, CEO of Next Move Group, speaks with Mark Dawson, the Economic Development Director at the Greater Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce, about using visial aids (including renderings) to help sell a site, and more!


6 Jul 2022

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SPS-330: Getting Ready for The Self Publishing Show Live! - with Mark Dawson & James Blatch

The Self Publishing Show

Two years on and it's back! Mark and James talk you through the exciting schedule for this year's upcoming two-day SPS event in London.


13 May 2022

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SPS-329: Self-Publishing Fundamentals - with Mark Dawson & James Blatch

The Self Publishing Show

So how do you get started as an indie author? Let multi-million selling indie superstar Mark Dawson and newbie author James Blatch be your guides!


6 May 2022

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Episode 66: London Book Fair 2022 Special Part 3 - with Mark Dawson

The Hobcast Book Show

We made it! It's been an epic few days at the London Book Fair at Olympia, and in our concluding special Hobcast Book Show we speak to two of the key figures in the growth of indie publishing, Mark Dawson and Mark Stay. Mark Dawson is the multi-million selling author of three series including the John Milton series, but he's also the creator of the Self Publishing Formula courses which have helped thousands of writers fulfill their dream of becoming full-time authors.  Mark Stay has also been highly influential in this area through his podcast The Bestseller Experiment which has now run to over 400 shows.  Adrian and Rebecca also speak to two further members of the Independent Publishers Guild: Jon Barton from Vertebrate Publishing and Alison Jones from Practical Inspiration Publishing.

1hr 4mins

8 Apr 2022

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The Future of the Trades - Mark Dawson with Authority Brands

Waste No Day: A Plumbing, HVAC, and Electrical Motivational Podcast

In today’s show, we interview special guest Mark Dawson on the future of the trades. As a longtime entrepreneur, Mark has owned and operated multiple businesses across the years. Currently, Mark serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Mister Sparky Electric, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing and One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning. This episode we talk big picture about the direction the industry is going, how to get people into the trade business, and upcoming innovation.

1hr 9mins

26 Jul 2021

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CC230 A Life Long Music Career with Mark Dawson

Cashing in on Creativity Podcast

A Life Long Music Career with Mark Dawson Bruce chats with life long musician Mark Dawson who has had a successful career in music with a solo career and as part of The Grass Roots a band that has been around since the 60’s. Dawson is part of the latest group of members of the famous band and shares stories of his life on stage and behind the scenes. You can listen to Mark share stories of the past on his radio show Making Noise with Mark Dawson and learn more about him and his music at www.markdawson.us Check out Bruce’s book How to Start an Artistic Business in 12 Easy Steps which you can download for free at www.cashinginoncreativitypodcast.com Get Bruce’s latest book You’re Not Done Yet and learn how to create the life you want as a creative entrepreneur. Learn how to focus your life, your career, or your business by realizing your true potential. Get your copy at www.cashinginoncreativitypodcast.com About the Show A business and career podcast helping inspire creative entrepreneurs such as artists, authors, and musicians to create a fulfilling life using their talents. Get started on your journey today! Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/cashing-in-on-creativity-podcast/id1184079789 Artists, authors, musicians, and creative entrepreneurs with talent will benefit from this podcast. This is a podcast that helps you take that creative talent and offers you ways to turn it into a viable business, product, or service. The podcast is hosted by artist Bruce Outridge who shows you through the eyes of others how you can take an idea or talent and make it something that brings you money in over time allowing you to create a career doing something that you love. The show features topics, interviews, and ideas to take your creative talents and turn them into profitable ideas. Want to know how a musician takes their love of music and makes a living? How about learning how a cartoonist created a business because he loves to draw? How did that author write their latest book? How does a jewellery maker, photographer, or software maker make money with their passion? The show interviews real people actually making money from their creative crafts hopefully inspiring you to do the same no matter which level of creative entrepreneur that you are subscribe to the podcast at www.cashinginoncreativitypodcast.com


14 Jan 2021

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SPS-260: Hindsight's 2020: the Self-Publishing Year in Recap - with Mark Dawson

The Self Publishing Show

Mark and James take a look back at a year that presented the self-publishing community with some unique challenges.


8 Jan 2021

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Past Performances - Mark Dawson

Rock n Roll Chicago Podcast

Back by popular demand Mark Dawson. Former member of Street Kids, Dreamer, All Night Newsboys and currently the vocals & bass for The Grassroots.


10 Nov 2020

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Stark Reflections on Writing and Publishing EP 160 - Mark Dawson on Growing, Experimenting and Collaborations within Publishing

Stark Reflections on Writing and Publishing

In this episode Mark catches up with Mark Dawson to see how his publishing collaboration with Welbeck has been going as well as to find out about some new writing and publishing projects. This episode is sponsored by: You can learn more about how you can get your work distributed to retailers and library systems around the world at starkreflections.ca/Findaway. Prior to the interview Mark shares the following: Comments from recent episodes A welcome to new patrons A personal update that includes: Short story writing deadlines (2 target hits with 1 to go) Recent media appearances related to a new book (and the fact that it's Halloween) The song Mark commissioned from Meaghan Smith for his fiance Liz's 50th birthday to go with the artwork commissioned from Josh Vogt.  (Both called "Wonder Woman") A recent music parody Mark created inspired by "The Monster Mash" In their conversation Mark and Mark discuss: How the role of "writer" is Mark's prime passion The way Mark protects his writing time despite wearing many hats in the industry Recently hiring a PA (Personal Assistant) The importance of having a team that he can trust Mark's daily ritual to ensure he gets writing done every day The office Mark has rented that allows him to get writing and podcast work done How a change of scenery can be helpful to writing How John Milton often leaves a place in worse shape when he leaves it The multiple influences that went into the creation of the John Milton character The way that place, news items, and other factors combine for Mark to create a scenario to drop Milton into to watch how he interacts and reacts in that situation How Mark avoids the "Murder She Wrote Conceit" How traveling to a conference often negatively affects his writing productivity The release of The Cleaner in hardcover from Welbeck Publishing and the impact of the pandemic on that. The planned release of the mass market version of the books and the next book in the series The "After School Detectives Club" books that Mark is collaborating on and how it was inspired by his daughter How Mark shares what works and what doesn't work with various publishing projects and experiments he tries out What Mark is looking forward to for the last two months of 2020 Some of the forthcoming courses Mark's company will be releasing And more... After the interview Mark reflects on the larger perspective of the industry and how an author like Mark Dawson, who has already sold over 4 million copies of his eBooks still has such a gigantic untapped market of readers to reach who have never heard of him. Links of Interest: Mark Dawson Self Publishing Formula Episode 100 - Another Publishing Industry First with Mark Dawson Episode 159 - Many Roads of Creativity with Sarah Beth Goer Episode 105 - Location Based Storytelling with VoiceMap Episode 146 - Finding Yourself in Our Song with Meaghan Smith Kobo Writing Life NaNoWriMo Promo (use coupon code NANO2020) Meaghan Smith CTV News Sudbury (Mark's interview on Oct 26) Sudbury Star Article Sudbury Dot Com Article Hamilton CHML Article About Virtual Ghost Walk Virtual Ghost Walk Downtown Hamilton (VoiceMap) Mark's Hamilton Public Library Reading - Browsers Mark's Canadian Werewolf Series This Time Around (Book 0) A Canadian Werewolf in New York (Book 1) Stowe Away (Book 1.5) Fear and Longing in Los Angeles (Book 2) Findaway Voices Books2Read Draft2Digital Wide for the Win Submission Form Patreon for Stark Reflections Mark Dawson has worked as a lawyer and in the London film industry. His first books, The Art of Falling Apart and Subpoena Colada, have been published in multiple languages. He is currently writing three series. The John Milton series features a disgruntled assassin who aims to help people make amends for the things that he has done. The Beatrix Rose series features the headlong fight for justice of a wronged mother--who happens to be an assassin--against the six names on her Kill List. Soho Noir is set in the West End of London between 1940 and 1970. The first book in the series, The Black Mile, deals with the (real-life but little-known) serial killer who operated in the area during the Blitz. The Imposter traces the journey of a criminal family through the period; it has been compared to The Sopranos in austerity London. Mark lives in Wiltshire with his family. The introductory, end, and bumper music for this podcast (“Laser Groove”) was composed and produced by Kevin MacLeod of www.incompetech.com and is Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0


30 Oct 2020