I've considered putting together a podcast, and my first instinct was to run it the way I produced Tom King's CompuTalk back in the late 90s. Not bad, format-wise. But as things have changed quite a bit since those wee early hours of the Internet, I'm doing some research to find tips, tricks, and tools for pulling this together. Enter Cliff J. Ravenscraft, the "Podcast Answer Man."

If podcasts are something you're considering (and if you're an indie author or publisher, they should be!), take a look at Cliff's site. There is a blanket ton of free content and links to resources here! 

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And when you do, let me know what you think, and what other resources you might know about, or which podcast you personally listen to.

Also, if I do pull together a podcast, what's a topic you think you'd be most interested in? I'm thinking of focusing on indie publishing, because that's a topic I'm intimately interested in. What other topics would you want to hear about from your favorite Wordslinger?

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Kevin Tumlinson is the author of numerous novels, novellas, and non-fiction books, and the host of the Wordslinger Podcast. Try three of his best books for free when you download his starter library at kevintumlinson.com/starterlibrary.


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