IndieReview Behind The Scenes


IndieReview Behind The Scenes

Behind the scenes of book publishing and entertainment. Interviews with Authors,Musicians,Artists. Book reviews, Rock reviews & more!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/

ShowTimes Listings

Mid-Week Mix w/ Michelle Cornwell-Jordan

“Sharing  the hottest Indie music out there!”

Wednesdays 5:30 A.M. Central Time

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IndieReview Behind The Scenes Marketing 101 w/ Author Sybil Nelson

“Tips & Techniques to get your masterpiece read!”

Tuesdays

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On Writing w/ Author C.P. Bialois(Coming January 2013)

“No holds barred discussion on Better Writing”

Thursdays

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Behind The Scenes of INDIE-tainement!(Coming January 2013)

Co-Host Jamie B Musings keeps the tabs on” current events of the Indie Scene!”

Fridays

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IndieReview Behind The Scenes Guest interviews and Weekend Mix!

Hosts Michelle Cornwell-Jordan and Jamie B Musings

Cool interviews with Authors & Musicians about their creations!

and sharing the hottest Indie Music around!

Saturdays 11:00A.M. Central Time!

Meet The Team!

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Host/Producer  Michelle Cornwell-Jordan

Michelle Cornwell-Jordan is a YA Paranormal Author.

She is also the author of the YA novella series Night School Vampire Hunter trilogy, and upcoming full length YA Chrysalis.

Website:http://michellecjordan.wix.com/author#!

AUTHOR PIC JAIME

Co-Host Jamie B Musings

Native Floridian and Hollywood resident Jamie White is the author of the novel, The Life and Times of No One in Particular. An avid blogger and amateur photographer, Jamie’s work has been featured in publications like The Miami Herald, The Observer and Silver Sands. She is also published on on Examiner.com, MiamiBeach411.com and Miami-info.com. Along with her husband, fellow author CP Bialois, Jamie co-wrote the upcoming book Duets, a collection of short stories, which will be available in South Florida and through Amazon.com.

Fans of Jamie’s writing will be interested in The Life and Times of No One in Particular. This novel was written during 2011’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and promises to entertain any writer who has wondered what their muses really do. As a fan of Christopher Pike and indie authors Marni Mann, Mark Stone and Emlyn Chand, Jamie is greatly influenced by paranormal and YA fiction.

Contact: Jamie http://www.jamiebmusings.webs.com

Sybil nelson

Author Sybil Nelson

Featured Segment Contributor

Ready. Write. Sell. Marketing Advice for Indie Authors /Small publishers

Sybil Nelson is a wife, a mother of two and a full-time Ph.D. student at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Sybil loves speaking to children and young adults, sharing her inspirational personal story of how she went from poverty to a PhD. If you would like to schedule her for a speaking engagement, please contact her directly at sybil@sybilnelson.com

Contact: Sybil   www.sybilnelson.com

CP Bialois

Author C.P. Bialois

Featured Segment Contributor

Hello everyone, I am CP Bialois and in here I will share the latest news and updates for my current projects. I touch on all fictional subjects ranging from current day to hundreds of years ago, from serious to lighthearted. Most importantly I have stories I’d like to share with all of you. I’m currently working on 3 books with a fourth in development and plenty more sure to be coming soon. Until then my friends, I invite you to join me and let your imagination flow.

Contact: CP http://cpbialois.webs.com/

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