Tuesday, June 12, 2007

101 Internet Talk Radio Shows to Promote Your Books!

I am so happy to announce the release of my new ebook, 101 Internet Radio Shows to Promote Your Books! It's 60 pages of talk radio show links with their descriptions and contact info, plus tips to make your interview a success!

If you'd like to check it out, visit www.pumpupyourbookpromotion.com/radioebook.html.

This ebook took months to put together and, finally, it's done. What I would like to mention is that all of these radio shows are for the lazy author who wants to just do everything out of the comfort of his or her home. I'm that lazy author and that's why I knew there was a need for this and, besides, it's cheap. Grab you a copy if you're on the lookout to be interviewed on radio shows...believe me...it's worth every penny.

On the home front, it's yucky outside. We've had rain for days, and muggy. BF is still alive and kicking, but back to work. Thank goodness. We actually made it a whole week unscathed.

Of course, there are two more weeks of vacation coming up, but I have it all planned.

One of those weeks, the kids and I are going on a mini-vacation. Don't know where, but we're going. And BF gets to sit home with the dogs, poor baby.

Anybody have any suggestions on where to go? I'm on the east coast and don't want to go to far since I have the California trip coming up in September if all goes as planned. I've thought about Williamsburg and doing the Busch Gardens thing, but we do it every year, and like my daughter said, "Can we go somewhere we haven't been before?"

She's got a point there.

So, whatcha think? Where's a good place to go for a couple of days on the east coast?

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1 comment:

  1. I don't know the east coast but from what friends who have been back to DC say, that is quite a place to visit with lots to see & do. I am not sure how far it is but do not think it is too far.

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