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Authors, Talk About Your Book on Speak Up Talk Radio

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Recently I had the opportunity to talk about my book series, Seed Savers, to Pat Rullo at Speak Up Talk Radio. I don’t understand the entire radio network thing, but they have an entire section on guest interviews, and most to the recent interviewees have been authors.

The interview was easy to set up and cost $52 to be listed on their site for an entire year. You can pay $25 more to have your interview additionally listed on iTunes and Stitcher. Not only that, but the money is donated to a cause called the Sewport Project.

Pat was friendly to talk to and the interview sped by. Since it doesn’t air live, she can cut out any rough spots. I haven’t listened to my interview. I felt like I prattled on a bit, so I hope it ended up okay…but I’m just not ready to hear it yet. :0

Since there isn’t a lot out there yet about SUTR, I don’t know whether or not the podcast will help sell books, but if nothing else it’s good practice.

Find out everything you need to know here or send Pat an email as listed on the link. She is very good about responding quickly.

Here is the link to my interview, in case you were wondering :): My Interview on Speak Up Talk Radio

Happy authoring!

S. Smith is the author of the awesome and award-winning middle grade/YA series, Seed Savers. Visit her Facebook and Pinterest pages. Follow her on TwitterSign up for the newsletter!

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2 comments on “Authors, Talk About Your Book on Speak Up Talk Radio

  1. Thank you for sharing your interview. I thought it was professionally done. I’m considering using this service for my own promo. I don’t know how many people actually listen or how many books it sells, but it would be good to have a new podcast on my web site. Good luck with your own book sales.

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