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article imageNetGalley, sequels, haunted cathedrals on Fiction Frenzy TV VLOG Special

By AR Vasquez     Apr 13, 2014 in Entertainment
A frenzy of indie artists vlogging to viewers from all over the world in AR Films new show "Fiction Frenzy TV." Two new episodes showcasing indie authors and musicians were released on "Fiction Frenzy TV"'s YouTube channel this month.
The show features indie artists, filmmakers and musicians and will be available here on Digital Journal every two weeks. From authors to musicians and filmmakers, indie artists join together to VLog their way onto your screens and mobile devices.
Fiction Frenzy TV is a reality show where indie artists grapple with their day to day responsibilities while juggling the pressures of achieving success as independent artists. The weekly show not only provides insightful information about the ups and downs of the indie publishing, music and film making business but pokes fun at the artists themselves.
Episode 2 - VLogs by authors Kellie Sheridan, Mary Ting, Khaled Talib, James Edwards and Anne-Rae Vasquez
Kellie Sheridan, author of The Hitchhiker Strain series provides insight and valuable tips on ways to help authors meet their writing deadlines.
Mary Ting, author of the young adult series "Crossroads Saga" and new adult series "Something Great" shows off her swag and reveals exciting news.
Khaled Talib, author of the spy thriller Smokescreen takes us to Singapore to the exact location where his main character Jet gets ambushed by sinister characters.
James Edwards explains the importance about marketing your book or ANYTHING via "Word of Mouth" while portraying an author kidnapped by Amazon's KDP Select division.
Anne-Rae Vasquez gives a surprise behind the scenes peek at the projects she is working on with a special appearance by an indie garage band who give tribute to cover of Def Leppard's "Let It Go" from the album High' n' Dry.
Episode 3 - VLogs by authors James Edwards Kellie Sheridan, Roy Huff, Khaled Talib and Anne-Rae Vasquez with special new artist Rachel Hodgetts
In this episode, James Edwards gives insight on the topic "Sequels: what to avoid". His humorous style is informative while at the same time entertaining.
Kellie Sheridan provides indie authors with valuable tips on how to get more book reviews with NetGalley. More information is available at the Patchwork Press site.
Roy Huff shares what ignited him to write the Everville series. He also explains the projects he is working on and shares some news about book 2 City of Worms.
"NetGalley is a service to promote titles to professional readers of influence. If you are a reviewer, blogger, journalist, librarian, bookseller, educator, or in the media, you can use NetGalley for FREE to request, read and provide feedback about forthcoming titles. Your feedback and recommendations are essential to publishers and readers alike." -
Khaled Talib takes us to a haunted cathedral where Jet West, his protagonist in his novel "Smokescreen" finds temporary sanctuary or so he thinks.
Anne-Rae Vasquez reveals the frustrations that readers unfamiliar with indie book publishing encounter. The story is told through the point of view of her cousin's best friend's boyfriend's cousin as she tries to buy indie authors' books at a big box bookstore.
Introducing Rachel Hodgetts as the newest member of the Fiction Frenzy TV family. Rachel tells her touching story about being an indie artist despite the challenges she faces.
The debut episode was released on March 31, 2014 and is available at:
The Fiction Frenzy TV team consists of authors and artists: Kellie Sheridan (regular VLog Host), Roy Huff, Mary Ting, Khaled Talib, Jeff Dawson, James Edwards (regular VLog Host and presenter), Rachel Hodgetts (regular VLog contributor) and Anne-Rae Vasquez (author and creator).
Contact and press information:
Official Fiction Frenzy website:
Youtube channel: [url= t=_blank]
Producer/Editor: Anne-Rae Vasquez
Executive Producer: AR Films
Twitter: @write2film
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