Podcast for Indie Authors and Aspiring Writers

Serendipitous occurrences brought Mark and Deena together; their instantaneous connection, wit and ability to discuss all aspects of publishing and self-epublishing make them a perfect duo to host a podcast dealing with the pitfalls and advantages of self-publishing. Janet is an author just starting the publishing process; she’ll update listeners with her progress, reporting what she learns from interviews for her blog series “Aspire and Inspire”.

They will be talking to authors, aspiring authors and publishing professionals to impart advice, get opinions and find out what works in the indie market today. This show will be of interest to authors, readers and those struggling to publish their work. Join these hosts as they share with lovers of literature the process involved to bring great works to the page, Kindle, Nook, iPad and other reading mediums.

LINKS

On Facebook  www.facebook.com/Bluebonnets.Bagpipes.and.Books

All Things Metallic metallicdreams.wordpress.com/

EBB  digitalebookformatting.wordpress.com/

Janet’s web/blog www.janetwrenn.com/blog/


1 Comment(s)

  1. Liz McKeown

    November 1, 2012 at 9:06 pm

    I am working on starting up a blog and promotion service for indie writers. I would like to start corresponding with bloggers/radio hosts who interview indie authors and/or do book reviews. I would be sending you an author bio and synopsis of the book to you and arranging the interview/reviews. Once the interview/review is published/broadcasted, I would post it on my blog and Tweet about it. If interested, please e-mail me at: LizMcKeown1955@comcast.net – Smiles – Liz

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