Podcast Preview: Why Self Publish?

Podcast CoverOn the Fridays before our new podcast episode airs, I will be writing a little blog preview of what we will be discussing on the show.  I absolutely love the podcast idea, and it has been so much fun creating them.  The podcasts debut on every other weekend, so hop on over to iTunes and subscribe!

In this week’s episode, we discuss the benefits of self-publishing and discuss in depth about our experience in this field.  We give some very good reasons to self-publish and also offer many tips that will keep a self-publisher from pulling out their hair (and if you’ve seen my picture, you know that I have done a little of that).

As per our format, we also spend a little time talking about the death of Peter Parker.  We will always devote a portion of the show to discuss fanboy topics and hope that our listeners will be entertained, intrigued, and secretly disgusted that these two nerds really care deeply about the death of a comic book hero…

…OF COURSE WE DO!  What a horrible thing to do to Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.  I guess you’ll have to tune in to the podcast to find out our verdict and where we think this epic (although chump-like) death will play out in the comic book world of Spiderman.

In upcoming episodes, we will discuss how to land an agent, things Tolkien can teach us about writing, marketing yourself, and many other useful topics…plus all the geeky fanboy stuff we’re into.  Yeah, that’s fun…and hopefully funny.

Enjoy, because we do this for you. <cue canned laughter>

Published by Roger Colby, Novelist, Editor

Roger Colby is a novelist and teacher who has taught English for nearly two decades. He is also an avid reader of science fiction who feels, like many other sci-fi readers, that he has read everything. He writes science fiction for the reader who is looking for the next best thing, something to excite them into reading again. This blog is his journey as a writer and his musings about writing. He also edits manuscripts for a fee and is an expert at helping you reach your full potential as a writer.

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