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Friday, July 16, 2010

SELF- PUBLISHED BOOKS ROCK !

On July 19 at 8 PM cst- please listen to RED RIVER RADIO / RRTRACKS on blog talk radio with host Marsha Cook and her co - hosts April Robin and Freda Roberts. Virginia Grenier joins them as she manages the phone and chatroom. They will be discussing Independent publishers who publish very good books! With so many authors self- publishing their books with independent publishers it’s time to recognize these books as first rate books. Not every traditionally published book is a winner, and that is the same in the Independent market. However, self publishing is the best way to get your work out of your desk drawer. It's time to let the reader make the decision.

On the show this week is Neal Wooten, owner and managing editor of Mirror Publishing. He will be discussing his theories on Independent publishing and why the concept of books on demand and Independent publishers are on their way to the top. The Independent publishing world is changing rapidly and certainly becoming a powerful source. Robin Surface from Fideli Publishing will also be there to discuss her views on the changing market. Both Publishers are very successful and easy to work with, which are two very important reasons to choose a publisher. Independent publishing is here to stay.

The show will be fun and exciting in a new and different way. There are two new weekly additions to the show. The first one was featured last week , but now April's Pick, will be a regular segment on the show. April will be discussing the pros and cons of television programming with a weekly special guest. The second addition will be Virginia's Perspective. Virginia will offer writing tips and advice on how to be a better writer. Please join the discussion in the chat room or call in 646-595- 4478. Forget the stress and join Marsha, April, Freda and Virginia every Monday night at 8 pm Central. You will be glad you did.
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