Programming Note: SPR's Editor to be on Publishing Insiders

I’m going to be on The Publishing Insiders on Blog Talk Radio tomorrow afternoon:

This week we welcome Henry Baum, author of the novels The Golden Calf and North of Sunset, listed as the #1 self-published novel in Entertainment Weekly and winner of the Hollywood Book Festival Grand Prize. His new novel, The American Book of the Dead will soon be released. He’s published both traditionally and via self-publishing and runs the website Self-Publishing Review.

Packed with insider scoop on everything publishing, host Penny C. Sansevieri discusses tips and strategies on topics ranging from marketing to promotion and publicity. Penny will also talk about the hottest releases and newest trends with special guest hosts.

Tune in!

Update: SPR’s Francis Hamit, author of The Shenandoah Spy, a fact-based Civil War spy thriller about Confederate Army spy and scout Belle Boyd, will be interviewed by Lillian Cauldwell, President of Passionante Internet Voices Talk Radio at 9 PM Eastern Standard Time, Tuesday May 12th. The program will be found on InternetVoicesRadio.com.

Ms. Cauldwell’s review of the book is short and to the point:

The Shenandoah Spy by Francis Hamit is a must read for anyone who’s a Civil War addict. “It’s in there!” Spies, military intelligence, the Pinkerton agency, infamous Yankee and Rebel generals, and a menagerie of malcontents in between. Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer. I recommend this Civil War novel to anyone who believes in equality between the sexes and that a great cause is always worth dying for.”

Hamit will talk with her for half an hour. The program will also be available as a podcast for $2.99. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to two charities; Capicon Soup Kitchen and Mission Socorro.

  • Nice!

  • Randall Radic

    Is it available to listen to after the fact? If so, how do I get there? I really want to hear it. By the way, when is the new book due out?

  • I think it starts playing immediately if you click that link. Let me know how I did. I enjoyed doing it, but can’t really bear to listen to myself.