Mike Sahno

Mike Sahno
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Born in Bristol, CT, Michael J. Sahno began writing stories at an early age. He obtained a Master of Arts in English from Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY at the age of 24, going on to become a full-time professional writer in 2001. Since founding Sahno Publishing in 2015, he has gone on to achieve national and international recognition, gaining over 18,000 followers on Twitter and publishing and selling three novels both in the U.S. and abroad. Sahno has ghostwritten books for entrepreneurs in the U.S., and continues to electrify audiences with his story and his natural gift for entertaining while informing.
I wrote most of Miles of Files between 2007 and 2015. I felt my first novel had been an artistic success, but I wasn’t so sure about the second one. Now, I’d moved on to this third novel without having...
Today’s post is a bit of a topic combo if there is such a thing. What’s on my mind? Elements of a February 2019 post called No More For The Road and the March 2019 post I Survived Catholic School. Don’t...
What should you do before you start your writing day? I’ve read plenty of advice on topics like this over the years, and I have to say upfront: I don’t think there’s a right way or a wrong way. You...
A couple years back, in an article about self-publishing, I wrote the following: If you’re an author with a traditional publishing contract, you don’t really have to be an entrepreneur as such; the publishing company does the marketing and PR...
This week’s post is called Book-Building 101 because I want to provide my fellow indie authors a little info on the mechanics of putting out a completed book. And I’m not talking about plot, structure, or basics like editing or...
A while back, I wrote a LinkedIn article on platform-building for authors, a frequent topic for my speaking gigs and for online posts in general. Today I thought I’d revisit some of that for the blog, discussing how speaking can...
It’s happened to the best of us, right? You have a great idea, and you really should write it down. After all, you don’t want to forget it. But it’s well past midnight, and you’re in bed. In fact,...
So I’ve been looking at some topics for blogs, and I find all kinds of great ideas.  One of the more amusing ones is posting about personal stuff or pet peeves, so your readers get to know you better....
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about “book-building” for indie authors. By that, I mean putting a book together from your perspective as an author. So I haven’t covered topics like cover design or interior design –...
Today is one of those days where I can’t possibly get everything done that I was planning to get done. With a doctor’s appointment coming up in an hour, I’m even more pressed for time to deliver my regular...
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