Episode 6 – Beta readers and secret to successful indie publishing on Fiction Frenzy

Posted on May 5, 2014 | 0 comments


Episode 6 – Beta readers and secret to successful indie publishing on Fiction Frenzy

Fifth episode of Fiction Frenzy TV

a VLog YouTube channel featuring indie artists

On May 5, 2014 – Episode 6 of Fiction Frenzy TV was published. We are very grateful for the number of comments, shares and views we’ve received for previous episodes. If you’re here for the first time, let us entertain and inform you. Learn about what it’s like to be an indie author, artist, filmmaker, musician and tech geek. Or if you need tips on being one yourself, then grab a chair.

Highlights

Episode 6  part 1: featuring Anne-Rae Vasquez, Nicole, Josefina, Kellie Sheridan and James Edwards

  • Anne-Rae Vasquez reveals her big secret for success which is “Don’t be distracted by social media”. She brainstorms with Nicole and Josefina about the next Fiction Frenzy TV VLog episode
  • Kellie Sheridan explains what “Beta Readers” are and how they can help authors. She is also co-founder of Patchwork-Press.com (http://www.patchwork-press.com) so check it out for more info.
  • James Edwards gives a piece of his mind about Book Marketing shouldn’t be about marketing. His fiery VLog will make you want to comment.

Episode 6 part 2 : featuring authors Khaled Talib and Christine Steendam

  • Khaled Talib takes us to Alkaff Mansion in Singapore where his fictional protagonist, Jet West, in his novel “Smokescreen” encounters pandemonium at the mansion. Watch to find out more!
  • Christine Steendam is back with a friend and inspiration for her novels (http://christinesteendam.com) and she talks about your “Powerhouse”. By the way, she lives on a 15 acre ranch but you’ll need to watch to find out more.

 

Watch our Fiction Frenzy authors and artists grapple with the day to day life as an author. Enjoy some insightful info about the indie business and never before revealing confessions. Nail biting, riveting, dramatic and funny (well at least for the indie artist / author vloggers!)

Please stay and watch both parts of this episode. We promise that it will be very entertaining!

Laugh, cry, and learn. Fiction Frenzy TV is a fun VLog group of indie artists. Subscribe now. You heard us. Subscribe. NOW.

 

Featured on Digital Journal

Fiction Frenzy TV episodes 4 and 5 are featured on Digital Journal. Please like comment and share the link below. Oh and you can read the article too if you want to. ;p

 

Digital Journal:

Explosive indie publishing topics on Fiction Frenzy TV VLog show

Read more: http://digitaljournal.com/a-and-e/entertainment/explosive-indie-publishing-topics-on-fiction-frenzy-tv-vlog-show/article/382294

Laugh, cry, and learn. Fiction Frenzy TV is a fun VLog group of indie artists. Subscribe now. You heard us. Subscribe. NOW.

 

Music and image credits (also at the end of the video clip)

I’m Attractive – Young Focus – Public Domain
Sound effects by Sound Bible  and Jewel Beat – cc attrib 3.0
Evening Melodrama – Kevin MacLeod – cc attribution 3.0
Dark City – Jason Shaw – audionautix.com – cc attribution
Background studio image – movietools.info

Credits

Special guest performances
Intro Brainstorming scene:
Josefina – developmental editor
Nicole – creative consultant
Special FX by Joseph Khalil, Digital Frenzy (http://digitalfrenzy.tv)

Content created for Fiction Frenzy http://www.fictionfrenzy.tv
Creator/Producer/Editor: Anne-Rae Vasquez
Executive Producer: AR Films

Special thanks to Joseph Khalil
Special FX and Production equipment provided by:
Joseph Khalil, Digital Frenzy – http://DigitalFrenzy.tv

 

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