Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Radio Program for Authors

Posted By on Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 5:00 PM

Here's a release we received announcing a new KJLL program for authors.

A new weekly program, produced by Literary Partners Group (LPG) is hosting On the Book Shelf. This hour-long, live listener call-in program airs Saturday mornings from 11 a.m. to noon on radio station KJLL 1330 AM.

On the Book Shelf appears to be the first local radio program for local authors, and is produced and directed by the LPG staff to exclusively promote the writing craft, enabling local authors to publicize their current works. The program will also enable LPG consultants to give writing tips in helping authors publish their manuscripts. Other topics will include editing/proofing, script doctoring, query letter and book proposals.

Future programs will include suggestions from the listeners, along with a wide range of marketing services including media relations, literary reviews and publishing options. This program is open to all authors, not exclusively LPG clients. We look forward to featuring local book stores and other local writing groups as principal program guests.

For more info, contact Andrew T. Greeley at 880-1872.

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