Hello m’lovelies.. Paul and Stevyn here.
Are you an author whose book launch and/or tour was cancelled/postponed because of the Coronavirus pandemic? That sucks and, as authors ourselves, we feel for you.
We can’t hope to replace what you’ve lost but we’d like to help, in some small way, if we can.
Over the next few weeks our (nearly award-winning – we were so close!) podcast WE’D LIKE A WORD is offering you another platform to tell the world about your new book. All we need from you is a short audio clip telling us:
- Who you are;
- The title of your book;
- A brief summary of what it’s about;
And because we also want to support small indie bookshops in these troubled times …
- The name of a bookshop that’s dear to you.
You can record it any way you like – your smartphone has a pretty good record function. Then email your file to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do the rest.
As sound files can be quite large, we recommend using the free service WeTransfer.com to send us files over 20mb in size. Other services are available, of course.
We can’t guarantee to play every single one though we will do our best!
WE’D LIKE A WORD is written and presented by authors Stevyn Colgan and Paul Waters and is available fortnightly on Wednesdays from iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Podcast FM and most other podcast platforms. Former guests have included Graham Norton, Denise Mina, Anthony Horowitz, Asia Mackay, Joel Morris, Helen Cullen, Peter May, Dr Erica McAlister, Adrian McKinty, Alison Finch, Will Dean, Isi the Scribe, Belinda Bauer and many more. It was shortlisted for the 2020 London Book Fair Books Podcaster of the Year Award.