In this issue . . .
-- Now is the time to start up an Internet radio show
-- Paris Cookbook Fair
-- specialty retailers
-- free teleseminar: how to get featured in the media again and again
Now is the time to start up an Internet radio show
If you've been thinking about starting up an Internet radio show, now is
the time to do it. Global Talk Radio is offering a special opportunity to
create your own Internet radio show and share in the advertising money
generated by your show.
Here's how it works (according to their promo email):
* Upon approval, you will appear as a host or featured guest on our station
* We will help develop your topic into a talk show or podcast format
* We do ALL the technical & engineering work
* We will launch a dedicated web page for your topic & archives
* We will sell advertising and share the revenue with you
* And we'll exchange links with you to boost your traffic and SEO
What do you have to do? Simply come up with the content and submit
a show idea to them. Note: There is no cost or commitment required on
your part. To apply for your own Internet radio show, go to:
Paris Cookbook Fair
The Paris Cookbook Fair, the world's first trade show designed solely for
cookbook and wine books, will be held in Paris, France on February 12
to 15, 2010. The cookbook fair will feature author signings, publisher
stands, rights center, cooking demonstrations, food and wine tastings,
and much more.
If you've ever wanted to travel to Paris, here's your chance to write
off the trip while attending the Paris Cookbook Fair. Of course, you have
to have written or published a cookbook to be able to write the trip off.
for more info, see http://www.cookbookfair.com
Here are a few more retailers who sell books as well as other items. If
one of these retailers fits the kinds of books you publish, send them info
on your books and how to get them.
BlueJacket Ship Crafters, 160 E Main Street, Searsport, Maine 04974;
800-448-5567; Fax: 207-548-9974. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web: http://www.bluejacketinc.com. Features ship models, nautical
gifts, modeling supplies, tools, and books.
Dragonfly Shoppe, Connie Gore, Gift Shop Manager, Mississippi Museum
of Natural Science, 2148 Riverside Drive, Jackson, Mississippi 39202-1353;
601-354-7303; Fax: 601-354-7227. Web: http://www.msnaturalscience. org.
Features nature-related gifts, books, etc. for children and adults.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Museum Store, 767 Clifton
Road NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30307-1221; 404-929-6330; Fax: 404-929-6405. Email: email@example.com. Web:
http://www.fernbank museum.org. Features science and nature gifts,
books, apparel, and more.
Flying Spirit Gift Gallery, Lana Johnson, Gift Shop Manager, Tennessee
Museum of Aviation, 135 Air Museum Way, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862;
865-908-0171; Fax: 865-908-8421. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web:
http://www.tnairmuseum.org. Features aviation-related apparel, gifts,
DVDs, books, posters, etc. Also related children's toys and books.
Georgia Aquarium Gift Shop, 225 Baker Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30313;
404-581-4000. Web: http://www.georgiaaquarium.org. Fish-related
gifts, apparel, and books.
High Museum of Art Shop, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia
30309; 404-733-4814. Email: email@example.com. Web:
http://museumshop.high.org. Features art gifts, apparel, books, jewelry,
Lighthouse Depot, US Route 1 North, P O Box 427, Wells, Maine
04090; 800-519-5743. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web:
http://www.lighthousedepot.com. The world's largest lighthouse gift
shop. Features 12,000 lighthouse-related gifts, books, apparel, etc.
The Nautical Dog, Amanda Wilbourne, Owner, 5104 Main Street,
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188; 757-220-2001. Features gifts, clothing,
books, and more related to nautical themes and also dogs. An odd
combination, but it works.
Pauline Books and Media, 243 King Street, Charleston, South Carolina
29401; 843-577-0175. Features Catholic-related gifts, music, cards,
The Preservation Society of Charleston Book & Gift Shop, Cynthia
Setnicks, Manager, 147 King Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401;
843-722-4630; Fax: 843-722-4381. Email: email@example.com.
Web: http://www.preservationsociety.org. Features Charleston-related
history, art, garden, fiction, and architecture books and gifts.
Scranton Nature Center Gift Shop, 3928 Nathan Hale Avenue,
Pascagoula, Mississippi 39581; 228-938-6612. Features nature, animal,
and mineral gifts and books.
Whole Life Natural Market, 80 Main Street, Machias, Maine 04654;
207-255-8855; Fax: 207-255-8866. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web: http://www.wholelifemarket.com. Nutritional books, cookbooks.
VooWorks.com is a place where you can pay $40 to list your book,
upload a PDF version of the book, and wait to get real book reviews
from other members of this new social network. Dave Wilkinson hopes
to make it a real social network for readers and authors to get together
to share and review books. Current Alexa rank: 3,598,865, so the site
doesn't have much traffic yet.
Or you can give away your book as a free ebook at All Books Free
(http://www.allbooksfree.com) for novels, poetry, and children's books
or at Free Books for All (http://www.freebooksforall.com) for nonfiction
books. No social mechanism or interaction. Alexa rank: 1,823,619 for
Free Books for All and 2,757,436 for All Books Free. Not a lot of traffic
at these sites either. Alas.
free teleseminar: how to get featured in the media again and again
Steve Harrison is hosting a free teleseminar on Thursday, September
17th, where he'll interview four ordinary authors who are now regularly
interviewed on major TV shows and featured in leading magazines.
To register for Thursday's teleseminar, click here:
In the interview, you'll learn:
* The four-step formula for writing the perfect press release or pitch
* How to position yourself as unique in the eyes of producers and editors.
* What does it take to get the media to interview you frequently.
* How to use Google and Facebook to increase your chances of
* Why the media interviews the same people over and over again.
* How to get invited back - 3 things almost nobody does that can
increase your odds of getting coverage again.
To register for Thursday's teleseminar, click here:
If it is your time, love will track you down like a cruise missile.
— Lynda Barry
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