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Science Fiction & Fantasy Marketing Podcast

I’d heard about this wonderful podcast from a post on kboards.com, but they weren’t yet on iTunes so I held off listening. Now they’re on iTunes and I’m subscribed for life — this is a great podcast.

Incredible hosts:

One of the things I like about this podcast is they talk about self-publishing, primarily. They’re pretty focused. They go back and forth a lot, really think about the topics, and come up with great insights. For example, I just finished an episode where they talked about price points for various lengths/genres of books. Before that, I listened to an episode that talked about the mistakes they’d made when they first got into self-publishing.

Fun, smart, positive people.



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Brand New: Science Fiction & Fantasy Marketing Podcast

Can’t wait to check it out.


*Update: looks like their first episode was Oct 1, 2014*

Listening now…very well done show. Listening to the one about a bundling a site/company that invites authors into book bundles and sells them on their site: StoryBundle.com. Imagine if the Awesome Indies Project had the ability to take the indies, bundle their books, sell them on john-l-monk.com, and make money for all involved. And stuff.

** Update #2 **

I signed up for StoryBundle and got a free book using their “send to kindle” feature.  All you have to do is add their email address to your “approved” list on Amazon (they give instructions). It worked perfectly. I do this all the time with my own .mobi files so I can edit my books.  Pretty cool.

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