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Podcast 451 #77 – The Rant Episode. KU, Book Covers & Art in General

Tonight, Zoe and I talk about our July royalty report from amazon, the KU system and what we think about it and then we move over to book covers and consumers.

I then rant a little longer and louder then I should. If you like rants, you will like this episode. If you don’t, please skip it and I promise you’ll like next week’s episode better. :)

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Podcast 451 #72 – Holy Kenp and Should You Write Serials?

Tonight Zoe and I talk about the new KENP dashboard, shows we’ve been watching and Zoe’s new segment, Editing Tips with Zoe!

We then finish the show off with a conversation about how serials have worked for me in KU and in general. How I think it may work with the new structure, and if you should be serializing your work.

Don’t forget to RSVP to the Launch party on July 5th and take part in the live 451 episode!

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Podcast 451 #71 – Amazon’s Review Machine, Price Changing, Launch Parties

We talk about a ton of stuff today, including amazon’s new review machine, changing prices, Black Star Canyon and our upcoming launch party.

You can RSVP to the party here

Question of the episode: Does seeing a .99 cent book make you assume that it’s crap or just on sale. Leave you answers in the comments below.

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Podcast 451 #69 – The Pros and Cons of Listening to Podcasts

Hey there! On this episode, Zoe and I talk about a slightly touchy subject. Do listening to podcasts on writing, marketing and publishing, do more harm than good? How should you filter information on the podcasts you listen to? How to take something a non-fiction author says on a podcast and make it relevant to a fiction author’s plan. These are just some of the things that we talk about.

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, leave them in the comments below, or send us an email via our comment form.