Authors Access Radio Show Releases Writing and Publishing Success Secrets Book

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Experienced veterans of publishing have come together to create the perfect handbook for authors who want to succeed in promoting and selling their books the way only the experts know how.

This new book by the hosts of the popular "Authors Access" Internet radio program provides the latest secrets from many of the best-known people in the publishing industry today. "Authors Access: 30 Success Secrets for Authors and Publishers" was inspired by the hosts' desire to transform the Authors Access interviews into a publishing bible for writers everywhere. No matter where you are in the writing or marketing process, this book gives you access to the industry's best practices and lessons learned. No author can afford not to own "Authors Access: 30 Success Secrets for Authors and Publishers" (ISBN 9781932690989, Modern History Press, 2008).

The popular "Authors Access" Internet radio program has inspired one of the most informative cutting-edge books on publishing and writing in recent years. After more than seventy-five broadcasts, the show's hosts, Irene Watson, Victor Volkman and Tyler Tichelaar have published "Authors Access: 30 Success Secrets for Authors and Publishers" which includes step-by-step tutorials, proven strategies, and how to navigate the uncharted book market, intimately disclosed by over two dozen experts in the publishing industry.

"Authors Access" is divided into topical chapters, each containing several essays by publishing veterans. Subjects include: the Craft of Writing, Genre Writing, Children's Books, Editing, Book Design, Exploiting the Writing Market, Building Buzz with Book Reviews, Marketing Your Work, and Making the Most of Technology. Each essay provides priceless information to help an author succeed in today's challenging and constantly changing marketplace.

The editors of "Authors Access" have each contributed their own essays on such topics as book reviews, writing regional fiction, and selling books on Amazon. In addition, Sylvia Hubbard, founder of the Motown Writer's Network, an educational collective of more than 500 writers, provides expert tips on writing marketable romance novels, Victor Banis, a pioneer in the field of gay fiction, discusses that genre's emergence as a contender in today's publishing marketplace, and Patrick Snow, publishing coach and author of "Creating Your Own Destiny," which has sold over 125,000 copies, reveals the publishing mistakes to avoid at all costs.

After just three weeks in print, "Authors Access" is already receiving rave reviews. Francine Silverman of "Book Promotion Newsletter" declares, "Throw out all your books on writing, editing, publishing and marketing. "Authors Access: 30 Success Secrets for Authors and Publishers" not only offers sage advice on these areas important to authors, but each of the 30 articles is a workshop in itself. Between the stellar credentials of the book's editors and contributors and their informative articles, you will find yourself returning to its pages again and again as you proceed in your writing career."

About the Editors
Irene Watson is the managing editor of Reader Views, one of the fastest growing online book review and author publicity services today. Irene is also the author of "The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference." Victor Volkman is the publisher at Modern History Press, dedicated to empowering authors to speak about surviving conflict and finding identity in modern times. In 2006, Watson and Volkman launched "Authors Access" an Internet radio show to share secrets of writing and publishing from industry experts. In 2007, Tyler R. Tichelaar, the Associate Editor of Reader Views and author of "The Marquette Trilogy," joined as a regular guest co-host.

"Authors Access: 30 Success Secrets for Authors and Publishers" (ISBN 9781932690989, Modern History Press, 2008) can be purchased through local and online bookstores. For more information, visit Publicity contact: Review copies available upon request.


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