Episode 137 Tools and markets for the Indie Author. With Ricardo Fayet of Reedsy.com

May 23, 2019 00:25:28
Episode 137 Tools and markets for the Indie Author. With Ricardo Fayet of Reedsy.com
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Episode 137 Tools and markets for the Indie Author. With Ricardo Fayet of Reedsy.com
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As I prepare for the launch this summer of "The Centauri Survivors" my YA SciFi novel, I have been using the services of Reedsy.com, and so I caught up with co-founder Ricardo Fayet to talk about Reedsy Discovery: https://reedsy.com/discovery a service that allows you to showcase your new publication, the free Reedsy Book Editor: https://reedsy.com/write-a-book, and Reedsy's marketplace for writers. We also talk about why now really is the very best time to be publishing your own book.

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