Welcome to the group. Some of us know what we're doing. Me not so much,
but I keep doing what I do know.
You might also want to look at Podiobooks.com, which has turned out to be
quite the venue for promoting novels and what-not. A number of authors
both podcast their novels through Podiobooks and host them on their own
sites. I listen to lots of their books, and review them on my own show as
I finish them. Good stuff.
There are also a number of literary and fiction podcasts out there with
established audiences, and they might be good possibilities for exposure.
And a number of folks who have podcast novels also participate here. They
can give you some good guidance on the particular challenges of podcasting
Hope you enjoy it all as much as I have.
It was 5 May 2008, when morvenwestfield commented:
> I've already posted a couple of replies and then realized that I
> probably didn't introduce myself. If I did already, ignore what I said
> before ;-)
> I'm a writer of fantasy/horror (vampire) novels who wants to start a
> short podcast to promote my work and build a fanbase. I listen to quite a
> few podcasts during my commute to the day job and am in the process of
> thinking what my format will be. I've snagged the domain
> vampireswitchesandgeeks.com and have a test reading up on
> I'm looking forward to reading more of your posts here. From what I've read
> so far, it looks like you really know what you're doing ;-)
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