By Emma Palova
Lowell, MI – I am very excited to announce the author line-up of diverse authors for the upcoming episodes on “For the Love of Books Podcast.” They are Dallas Woodburn, Donny Winter, Erik Bean, Renae Micou, Stacey Rourke, and Tony Lindsay.
Each author brings their own different perspective to common questions that we all ask from inspiration to stance on issues.
Since this is the beginning of 2022, which sounds futuristic to me, we will be talking about creative goals and tips to succeed in the literary world.
How do you start and finish a book from the original idea to the final marketing plan?
I’ve been privileged to meet only a few authors featured on the podcast “For the Love of Books” in person at authors’ events. So, I am happy to be able to bring their expertise to all listeners via the podcasting magic on all major apps.
Even though Covid has been bad for all of us, in a way it united us in our common fight not only against the disease but against bias, since the virus strikes all equally.
Then, the Zoom technology that enables podcasting the best shines because of the pandemic.
Find time to listen to all of these indie authors at their best.
Here is the podbean link
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Thank you for listening and have a great new year 2022.
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