Can you live off your writing?

On today’s episode of The Segilola Salami Show, authors Jack HM Wong and Stephen Black both share their experiences as authors and discuss whether or not it is possible to live off your writing. It was a very enlightening conversation, so click play now to enjoy 😀

 

About Jack HM Wong

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I am an author of 3 books including my Amazon Best Selling book “Cracking the Entrepreneur Code” (www.CrackingEntrepreneurCode.com). My three books underwent different journeys – traditional publishing, self-publishing and hybrid publishing.

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Jack HM Wong is
  1. Founder and Senior Managing Partner, WHM Consulting Pte Ltd
  2. Director of Training, WHM Education Organisation
  3. Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax & GST), SIATP
  4. Fellow CA (Singapore) | Fellow CPA (Australia)
  5. Certified Blair Singer Training Academy Trainer, Coach and Facilitator
  6. Licensed Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programing® 
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About Stephen Black

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A multi-disciplinary artist, a bestselling author and producer of events and media projects, Stephen Black is an American who has lived in Asia for most of his adult life. His own work has hung in galleries and museums worldwide. His collaborations and working partnerships have been extremely diverse, ranging from unknown Japanese street performers to Cannes award winners, from Annie Liebowitz to Kazuo Ono, from 3how to Stelarc, from Cartoon Network, Fuji TV and CNN to mushroom experts, chefs of all kinds and CG artists.

In 2017, Black released red dot SAD (Stories, Art and Digitalia: 2002-2017) a work documenting his experiences in Singapore. Touching JB, a collection of stories about Malaysia and Indonesia is on schedule for an autumn release. Black is also co-producing Bubiko Foodtour, a food blog featuring an animated character. Finally, Black is laying the foundation for an AR/VR startup.

His website www.blacksteps.tv is filled with info and experiences about self-publishing, just search “self publishing” or Book Merah.

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About The Segilola Salami Show

The Segilola Salami show is hosted by Segilola Salami who is also an author and a self publishing strategist. She provides one to one support to aspiring authors to help them self publish their own books and make a success of it. Her latest book is called Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother. Part of the proceeds from the sales of this book goes towards helping UK Charity Jigsaw4u.

The aim of the show is to be entertaining but educative as we see guests share their experience on self publishing in a virtual cafe.

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