Podcasting is powerful way to experiment with new content. It has a low cost/tech barrier to entry. Audible can’t make audiobooks fast enough, demonstrating audio remains a unique way for authors to attract attention, where video is an over-saturated medium that often drowns new voices out.
To learn what makes podcast fiction tick, check out my 2011 Parsec Award-nominated Podcast Teardown miniseries, featuring interviews with Mur Lafferty, Nathan Lowell, Jake Bible, Philippa Ballantine, Patrick McLean, Brand Gamblin, Basil Sands, Christof Laputka & Abigail Hilton. Download
Continuing a series of interviews with contributors to my new shared world anthology WALK THE FIRE. today we’re talking with Patrick E. McLean (Walk The Fire: From Fire, Bring Ice).
Mur Lafferty, Hugh Howey, Nathan Lowell & I discuss revenue streams available to authors in the world of Paypal, Kickstarter, ebooks, podcasts, Google Hangouts & more. Download
If you’ve ever created something you know that moment of pride when you share it-& you know that moment when someone craps all over it. Print/ebook author & podcaster Nathan Lowell has some pointers on how to take the hits:
(T)he bottom line on this is if you put your work out, you have to own it. People will say all kinds of things about it — and you…glean the valuable lessons from
both positive and negative.