He is also the creator of feelgoodrituals.com, dedicated to helping people achieve healthy, fulfilling relationships, personal success, and abundance. He believes that successful relationships are acts of doing, not having, and can therefore be learned.
Married for more than fifteen years, Marko writes for modern women and men of the twenty-first century who struggle balancing their professional work with home and raising kids while trying to be good partners to their life mates.
Marko believes seemingly overwhelming problems can and should be broken down into simple, actionable steps that anyone can start implementing immediately. In that spirit, he strives for all of his work to be practical and down-to-earth, teaching only things that work and pass the test of common sense. He leaves it to you to be the judge of that.
Marko is also a proud father of two boys. He would like to consider himself to be a kickass husband and father, but he still screws up every now and then. When this happens, he says to himself, “Tomorrow, I’ll do better,” and sees those everyday family challenges as inspiration for his own work. He starts his day early and believes that hope is not a plan.
What inspires you to write?
A few years ago, my wife and I almost almost divorced. Thankfully we scraped and dug their way out without any professional counseling. We found a way to crumble those walls between them and rediscover that connection they once had (and still have) and their marriage is now something they hold precious, and protect. Interestingly enough, it was our four-year-old son who unknowingly pushed us into the right direction when we had almost lost hope.
Inspired by their success, I wrote an Amazon Best-Sellers the ‘Feel Good Marriage’, the ’47 Little Love Boosters for a Happy Marriage’ and my last book ‘The 5 Little Love Rituals’.
Tell us about your writing process.
I’m an outliner and my ideas develop over a couple of weeks, mostly when I’m not writing. I get inspiration form everyday life and then I make notes. I use the Sigil software and hard code all of my books.
What advice would you give other writers?
Get to know your audience as much as you can. Find a way to talk to them and develop a relationship.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Self-publishing is quicker and you have better control over what’s going on.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think books will evolve into a thing that’s going to be very similar to web pages. There will be videos, audios in the books, all seamlessly interconnected.
What do you use?: Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer, Beta Readers
What genres do you write?: Non-fiction; Parenting & relationships
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print, Audiobook
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