You Can Make More Money by Writing More Books
Dominic Carrillo is a teacher who I met while living and working in San Diego, California. When I first met him he told me he was working on a book and he was thinking about self-publishing. I was fascinated and he was the only friend I had at the time that had done so successfully.
He has since published 4 books and his most recent book The Usual Suspects, is a Young Adult novel set in Sofia, Bulgaria, where he teaches. He often gets his inspiration from inside of the classroom. Though he still teaches full-time in an international school he still makes time to write daily.
His stories have been published in a variety of print and online magazines, and he’s a regular contributor to San Diego Reader magazine.
Dominic has written a travel memoir, Americano Abroad, a literary novel To Be Frank Diego, and two young adults (YA) novels: The Improbable Rise of Paco Jones and The Unusual Suspects (2018). Because Dominic’s novels are used in some classrooms, he occasionally speaks at libraries, schools, and education
He is a great guest and his way of looking at writing and how we can write books even if we work full-time jobs is really helpful.