Offers Tutorial Podcast On How Writers Can Get Their Work Read

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Online eBook Publisher Presents Educational Podcast, a site that helps writers, educators and authors of all ages self-publish their work digitally and in print, has released a podcast advising writers on how to get their work read. Available at, the podcast offers tips on how self-publishing writers can find their audiences. encourages writers to get their work out of your desk drawer and off the computer and get it published. The site advises high school, college and grad student to publish in school newspapers, magazines and journals, which will help them connect to a potentially loyal readership. Writers can also submit work to any number of online publications, which cover a multitude of subjects and are frequently looking for exciting, new content. Another tip for writers is to submit their writing to editors at print publications, such as newspapers and magazine. For writers who have completed entire books, recommends sending manuscripts to literary agents, print publishers and eBook publishers. Another smart option is to self- publish through helpful websites (such as itself) or on the writer’s own website or blog. A great way to draw attention to self-published works is to link to them through social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Linkedin.

About is a trusted Internet resource for self-publishing authors, writers and educators. The site offers a wide variety of services to connect writers to prospective audiences, including editing, book cover design, formatting and distribution to e-readers and marketing. will soon also expand its services to include website design, book interior design, formatting and typesetting. For more information on self-publishing, please visit


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