Hi all! It’s been a couple of weeks since I cross-pollinated here and told you all what’s been going on over at The Book Speaks Podcast. Things are going well! Last week saw our sixth episode, and I have the schedule booked until mid-June.
Every Friday I post a new episode in which I read a chapter from the book of a different indie author. It’s loads of fun! Come check it out to discover new authors, to hear what the writing of successful indies is like, or just to get lost in a story for twenty or thirty minutes.
Hop over to that site for follow buttons. We’re on iTunes as well now, and any ratings or reviews are much appreciated! Below you’ll find YouTubes of episodes 05 (Evan Pickering, Hood) and 06 (Joseph R. Lallo, Free-Wrench). In the coming weeks I’ll be reading from authors Izzy Shows, Alexa Kang, Jeffrey Poole, Chris Fox, Elle Casey, Elizabeth Ann West, Stella Wilkinson, and Aderyn Wood. Oh, and also MYSELF, muahahaha! Shameless self-promotion 😉
The Book Speaks Podcast episode 4 went live yesterday, and I am over the moon! This was my second week doing the show (I launched with 3 episodes last Friday to get things started with a bang)–and so far, so good. You can visit the official episode page here:
TBSP: Episode 4, Mark E. Cooper
You can also listen on YouTube here:
And here’s a link to my feedburner landing page so that you can follow with a podcatcher, should you fancy:
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I’m very happy to announce that today I have launched my first-ever podcast! The Books Speaks, where the book speaks for itself, launched about a half an hour ago with a whopping first three episodes already online 😉 You can find it and learn more here:
Thanks for checking it out!
In my last post on Author and Book Recommendations, I suggested you pick up a free copy of one of indie author Lindsay Buroker’s first-in-series fantasy novels, The Emperor’s Edge (series of the same name) or Balanced on the Blade’s Edge (Dragonblood series). I began with Buroker because she is one of my favorite indie authors. Every time I see she has a new book out, I buy it and I read it. Period. Today I want to share another author about whom I feel the same way.
Edward. W. Robertson is the USA Today bestselling author of a fabulous ongoing fantasy (grimdark fantasy? perhaps) series that begins with a trilogy, The Cycle of Arawn. That’s how I found him, anyway. I was fortunate to bumble across his first-in-series while he was running a free promotion, and after devouring it I happily picked up a boxed set of the trilogy. I’ve been faithfully purchasing his new fantasy releases ever since.
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