The next author spotlight features Al Boudreau ,who is a great supporter of self published authors online. Seriously, this is the guy you want in your corner. He is motivating, kind and helpful. Oh, and he writes a pretty damn gripping novel.
He took time out from being awesome and writing, to answer some questions for me.
Welcome to the first of what I hope will be an ongoing situation here at TCC. I would like to start spotlighting some of the self published authors that I have been reading and meeting on the internet. To let you get to know them, and help them get the word out about their books.
One of the first self- published ebooks I picked up for my Kindle was the novella Chasing Filthy Lucre by Jarrett Rush. It was a really great and entertaining read. I love the gritty, cyberpunk feel to it, and it has a great pace. I have been getting to know Jarrett a little through the Twitter based writing group #pubwrite. Being the stand-up fellow that he is, he agreed to answer some questions for me.
The question in the image above is an important one, and the premise to perhaps one of the best film ranking sites out there on the web: Flickchart. I recently had a chance to talk to Co-Founder Nathan Chase about the site, where the idea came from, what all went into creating it and what’s in store for the future.
Chances are you’ve heard all these songs before, but you haven’t heard them like this! Songs The Brothers Warner Taught Me is a rejuvenating look back at the good ol’ days of the Warner Brothers cartoons with a pop that’s undeniable. I got the chance to ask Megan Lynch a few questions about her album to give a bit of an insight into the whole process as well as to see what’s in store for the future.