Episode 43 | Great style is for everyone: a conversation with wardrobe stylist Laura Tully (replay)

  Laura Tully loves people and fashion. When she realized she could merge the two as a style expert, her world became a hefty dose of happy. She built her company on a simple philosophy: great style is for everyone. She works with really great people and companies who do amazing things. She shows individuals […]

Episode 42 | How to successfully market a book with Stephanie Chandler

This episode is a must-listen for authors at any stage of the publishing journey, even if you’re in the writing process. Stephanie Chandler is an author, publishing industry expert, and the founder of Nonfiction Authors Association (NFAA). We discuss her phenomenal journey from corporate America to bookstore owner to NFAA founder, including some of the […]

Episode 41 | Copyright and Intellectual Property 101 for Writers with Attorney Brad Frazer

In this episode, I talk with copyright and intellectual property attorney and novelist Brad Frazer. We cover his professional journey (which is fascinating!), the basics of copyright and intellectual property for writers, what constitutes “fair use” and when to attribute a source, and at what point an author needs to retain an attorney for their […]

Episode 40 | Ask Stacy: Is your parenting as effortless as it looks?

 In this episode, I get vulnerable as I answer listener questions and offer my thoughts on topics related to parenting, books, and living abroad. Questions include: Do you experience mom guilt, or is your parenting as effortless as it looks? How do you promote and market a book? Where do you want to live […]

Episode 39 | Ask Stacy: What did you overcome to reach where you are today? (replay)

In this replay from 2020, I get to do one of my favorite things: answer your questions! Questions include:   What were the major mental, emotional, or professional milestones that you had to reach or overcome in your career in order to be where you are today? How do you edit/ghostwrite content for projects you […]

Episode 38 | Control, collaboration, and concern with Ron Price (replay)

  In this replay from 2020, Ron Price joins me to talk about our book, Growing Influence, and how to regain control, take advantage of collaboration, and avoid draining your energy with concern. This episode is full of leadership gems. Connect with me at http://stacyennis.com. Follow me on Instagram @stacyennis and on Facebook @stacyenniscreative. To […]

Episode 36 | The true ROI of writing a book

Many aspiring authors anchor to one thing early in the book-writing process—often before they’ve even written a word: potential book sales. They do the math: how many books will I have to sell to make back my investment (time and money)?   But that’s a false equation, because the true ROI of a book isn’t […]

Episode 35 | Busting 5 book-writing myths—and why you should write yours

  Over the past decade-plus in the industry, I’ve heard every reason for not writing a book. And inevitably, those “reasons” are connected to myths—untrue beliefs that stop would-be authors before they even get started writing their books. In this episode, I bust five of those myths and explain why now, not later, is the […]

Episode 34 | What it’s like to write a book with leadership advisor and NBS student Mike Green

  In 2020, Mike Green’s wife said to him, “You should write your book.” Like so many of us, Mike was at home, shut off from normal life during the earlier days of COVID. Days later, he joined Nonfiction Book School, my program for aspiring authors. This week on the podcast, Mike Green shares his […]