The holiday season is upon us! Come join the Robots as they discuss writing seasonal fiction and for niche markets.
Author and publisher David Wood and author and podcaster J. Daniel Sawyer join the robots in giving Paul some branding advice. Join us and be sure to send your comments and thoughts to Paul as well at email@example.com.
We looked at and discussed the first four works in Paul’s Garaaga’s Children series. If you haven’t read them, correct that lapse immediately.
David’s home page is http://davidwoodweb.com
Read some of his Dane Maddock adventure novels:
His newest book Atlantis will be out in a few weeks. Keep an eye out for it.
You can also catch him on the ThrillerCast podcast.
Check out his imprint at Gryphonwood Press.
Dan’s home page is at http://jdsawyer.net
Check out his Free Will podcast and The Next Ten Thousand Hours podcast from the links on his page.
This week the Robots talk about back cover blurbs. These are important marketing tools that no author should ignore.
This week’s promo – Garaaga’s Children: Ancients by Paul Elard Cooley
Also mentioned is the Five Guys In A Limo video. The dialog may be cheesy, but the example of how to use active voice is critically important for back cover copy.
Finally, I mentioned a new publishing distribution site simialar to Smashwords, but (in my opinion) much, much better. I incorrectly called it Direct 2 Digital. It is in fact Draft2Digital.com
This week the Robots sit down to chat with Jake Bible about his decision to stop podcasting his fiction. It was once seen as a great way to gain fans and attention, but is that the case? Are there better things we writers can do with our time? Sit down with us and see what you think.
This week’s promo – Masked Marauder Matinee
This week the Robots settle in to talk about the topic of genre and all it’s carious forms. Should we as writers care what genres people put stories in? Does it matter? What’s the difference between one or the other? Enjoy!
This week’s promo – WAY OF THE BUFFALO podcast