Welcome to Tuesday's blog roundup. This is the day we shine the spotlight on bloggers and artists in the publishing, film and music industries.
How to Create a Podcast - The Creative Penn
Break out your radio voice, because it's time to record your podcast. Joanna has some advice on how to get started.
First vs. Third: Point of View and Character Development - The Other Side of the Story
Sometimes choosing the point of view of your book comes down to the central character. Is s/he entertaining enough to tell a story? Janice Hardy has some other thoughts on the matter.
Films Based on True Stories: More Interesting for Audiences, Daunting for Hollywood - Gather
With the film rights to a true story comes much responsibility.
The Uses of Social Media for Filmmakers - The Valley Advocate
Social media isn't perfect and may feel impersonal at times, but it is a fantastic tool for filmmakers to build an audience for their projects.
What to Eat Before You Sing - Judy Rodman
Feeling a bit peckish before a performance, but afraid eating will affect your vocals? Never fear, Judy Rodman is here with foods that won't interfere with your singing voice.
Negotiating Chord Changes on Guitar - Music After 50
Gigs are only as good as your chord changes. No one hates sloppy play more than the guy playing the axe.
Richard Ridley is an award-winning author and paid CreateSpace contributor.
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