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Episode 285 – An Argument For Self-Publishing

This week the Robots sit down to chat about the publishing industry, and more specifically self-publishing. A great deal has changed in the past few years, and the gatekeepers are nearly out of a job. Let us know what you think? Enjoy!

Items mentioned during the show:

Word Tracker app for iOS

The Magic Spreadsheet (used by Mur Lafferty and many other writers)

The Arcane Society Files

The Business Rusch: A Career Versus Publication

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#CooleyCereal

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Episode 251 – Serial Fiction With No Added Sugar

This week the Robots have a good old fashion roundtable discussion about serializing fiction. Why would you, what do you have to gain, and what are some tips on doing it right? Listen and enjoy!

Here are three erotica serialized story authors Terry wanted to make sure people could check out to see how it’s done.

Sara Fawkes

Christa Wick

Kelly Favor

Also, don’t forget that our new book review is “14” by Peter Clines. On Kindle it’s available for $2.99! Well worth it.

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Episode 240 – Reviewing All Fast And Fury

Justin’s back! This week we review David Weber’s IN FURY BORN, talking about what we liked and didn’t, as well as what we learned about the craft of writing through reading it. We hope you enjoy!

And with that book down, we have a new one up to read and review? This time it’s Paul’s pick, and not surprisingly he has gone with a horror title. We’re going to give Terry another try and liking Stephen King, so the next book we’ll discuss is his second book, SALEM’S LOT. Read and review along with us!

This week’s promo – HAPAX, a forthcoming novel from Dragon Moon Press in October, written by Katie Bryski. It will also be released as a podcast starting in September.

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DRS Episode 238 – All Roads Lead To Publishing

This week’s episode brought to you by:

The Loft Literary Center, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is one of the nation’s leading literary nonprofits and offers a wide array of online creative writing classes for all levels and genres. Online classes are offered seasonally. To register, visit Loft.org.

Terry and Paul get together to talk about their divergent paths to publishing. There is no right way, only the best way for each individual writer. Come hear what they advise.

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