‘How to Be a Catholic Author’ interview on the Catholic Homeschool Podcast

by | Feb 9, 2022 | Interviews, Latest

Hi friends, I’m so pleased to join Paola Ciskanik, founder of Catholic Homeschool Online, on her podcast to talk about this whole CatholicAuthor adventure. Check out her original post here.

Do you or one of your teens feel a passion for writing but don’t know where to start? Then join Paola as she sits down with self-published author, Dominic de Souza to discuss how to get started as a Catholic Author. They will explore his personal experience as well as some exciting new opportunities coming to the Catholic Homeschool Community.

Dominic de Souza

Catholic Father, Writer, and Graphic Designer

Dominic de Souza is a young, Catholic dad and novelist passionate about world-building and Catholicism. He is a graduate from the Writer’s Institute for Children’s Literature, self-published a children’s novel, and works as a full time marketer and graphic designer.

He is married, with a small girl and a smaller corgi. He wrote his first novel at 13, self published at 18, and finished a sequel.

He has written scores of short stories, hundreds of articles on marketing, branding, hosted 4 podcasts/shows, and launched 2 online communities, SmartCatholics, and CatholicAuthor.

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So what do you think? Leave a comment.

PS: Who’s one person you know would like to read this post? Can you share it with them? Thanks!

Dominic de Souza

Dominic de Souza
Cradle-Catholic passionate about the frontier between Faith, history, and science in the modern world. 

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