I recently had a wonderful opportunity to be a guest on the Going Gray Podcast with Christy Potter. During the interview, Christy and I talked about the popularity of audio books and our ideas to help writers market their work http://goinggray.podomatic.com/
As the author of the award-winning The World Was my Oyster But I Didn't Know How to Cook and The Shiksa's Guide to Yiddish, Christy knows a thing or two about being a successful writer. Her debut novel, Oh Brother, is available at Barnes & Noble as well as Amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=oh+brother+by+christy+potter.
Christy began her writing career as a staff writer for the McPherson Sentinel in McPherson, Kansas. During that time, Christy earned several state and local journalism awards. In addition to her regular assignments with the paper, Christy also penned a weekly humor column titled “Out of My Mind.”
These days, Christy lives in Pennsylvania where she is continuing in her writing career as a novelist and radio hostess, and she also writes regularly for her blog http://christythewriter.com/.
The Going Gray Podcast is dedicated to reading, writing, relationships and the arts. Tune in to hear the discussion I had with Christy regarding how to turn your next novel into an audio book http://goinggray.podomatic.com/entry/2014-04-06T09_44_02-07_00.