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article imageExplosive indie publishing topics on Fiction Frenzy TV VLog show Special

By AR Vasquez     Apr 28, 2014 in Entertainment
"Video logging or VLogging on YouTube is a new form of entertainment," says James Edwards, author and Fiction Frenzy TV VLogger.
Indie artists are vlogging to viewers from all over the world in AR Films weekly show "Fiction Frenzy TV." The channel released two new episodes featuring indie authors this month.
Fiction Frenzy TV featuring indie artists, filmmakers and musicians will be featured here on Digital Journal every two weeks. Authors have been the main focus but past episodes have featured musicians and filmmakers. The show's goal is to bring indie artists together to bring entertainment and education to other independent artists and their fans.
"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." - Fiction Frenzy TV
Episode 5 - VLogs by authors Kellie Sheridan, Christine Steendam, Mary Ting, Khaled Talib, James Edwards and Anne-Rae Vasquez
In episode 5, Anne-Rae Vasquez shows behind the scenes of a brainstorming session with Fiction Frenzy TV VLog channel street team where the topic "Characters in stories come to life" becomes reality.
Kellie Sheridan continues to celebrate the one year anniversary of Patchwork-Press.com (http://www.patchwork-press.com) which she co-founded with Erica Crouch one year ago. She also explains how Patchwork-Press came to be.
James Edwards gives a piece of his mind about the public's perception of ebooks versus traditionally published paperback books. His fiery VLog will make you want to comment.
Christine Steendam is the newest author to join the Fiction Frenzy TV. She lives on a 15 acre ranch and vlogs with her horse. She reveals that her horse is her inspiration in her novels.
Khaled Talib takes us to Little India where his fictional protagonist Jet West, in his novel "Smokescreen", is desperately looking for a detective who is staying in the area.
Mary Ting gives us a treat by sharing with us some of her favourite books. Stick around to learn more about "Cover to Covers" by Alexander Weiss, "Pretty Little Lies" and "Pretty Little Dreams" by Jennifer Miller and "The Devil Drinks Coffee" by Destiny Ford.
Episode 4 - VLogs by authors Kellie Sheridan, Mary Ting, Khaled Talib, James Edwards and Anne-Rae Vasquez
In episode 4, Anne-Rae Vasquez shows behind the scenes of a brainstorming session with Fiction Frenzy TV VLog channel street team.
James Edwards gives advice to indie creators on "making great content and focusing on being creative and less on how the others are doing it", so check it out.
Kellie Sheridan celebrates the one year anniversary of Patchwork-Press.com which she co-founded with Erica Crouch one year ago. She also explains about pricing ebooks for 99 cents and asks viewers to comment on what they think about 99 cent fiction ebooks.
Khaled Talib takes us to a Sentosa Island where his fictional protagonist Jet West, in his novel "Smokescreen", searches for a sinister character who is after him.
Mary Ting takes us to the LA Times Festival of Books where she introduces us to Rebecca Ethington the founder of Bernard Books.
The debut episode was released on March 31, 2014 and is available at: youtube.com/fictionfrenzytv
The Fiction Frenzy TV team consists of authors and artists: Kellie Sheridan (regular VLog Host), Christine Steendam, Roy Huff, Mary Ting (regular VLog contributor), Khaled Talib (regular VLog contributor) , Jeff Dawson, James Edwards (regular VLog Host), Rachel Hodgetts and Anne-Rae Vasquez (author/filmmaker and creator). Also featuring Josefina R. as developmental editor and Nicole Ronan as creative consultant. The special effects in episode 5 are by Joseph Khalil (digitalfrenzy.tv).
Contact and press information:
Official Fiction Frenzy website: fictionfrenzy.tv
Youtube channel: youtube.com/fictionfrenzytv
Producer/Editor: Anne-Rae Vasquez
Executive Producer: AR Films
Visual Effects and Production Equipment by: Joseph Khalil, DigitalFrenzy.tv
Twitter: @write2film
Facebook: facebook.com/fictionfrenzytv
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