Tuesday, October 9, 2012

WebbWeaver Launches Brand New Blogtalk Radio Show

"WebbWeaver Books on blogtalk radio... where your favorite authors read their books to you and clothing is 100% optional!"
Have you ever wanted to ask your favorite author a question? Now you can...
WebbWeaver Books on Blogtalk Radio call-in number- (619) 924-9838
If you call in... I WILL put you on the air!!!

For those of you who have not heard, WebbWeaver has recently launched a brand new blogtalk radio show called WebbWeaver Books http://www.blogtalkradio.com/webbweaverbooks
  We have two shows already in the history books, but we need YOU to make it a success. We have welcomed Jean Joachim, Thomas Emson and today we will welcome best-selling author Tasha Alexander, but this only tips the iceberg!! The schedule we have coming up is almost too good to be true and loaded with some of the biggest names in the literary world. We will also be bringing you the very best in Indie and small press authors who may be less known, but still show up when it is time to tell a great story!!
 WebbWeaver Books on Blogtalk Radio will feature an author's 'Reading Room' where readers & listeners get to hear their favorite writers read from their work, without having to leave the house!! We have several 'readings' already scheduled and more and more writers are inquiring about the WebbWeaver Books 'reading room' every single day.
There will be TONS of giveaways, including signed book giveaways and massive boxes filled with books from some of the wonderful writers who take the time to stop in and read for us.
There is only one catch...
Here's what you do... First... Look in the right hand column. See that box that says 'Followers'? Click the 'follow' button and enter your info when prompted.
Next... head over to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/webbweaverbooks And follow us there too!! You can even sign up for e-mail and text reminders so you are certain to never miss a show!!!
That's it... after that, tune in to WebbWeaver Books on Blogtalk Radio each Tuesday and Friday at 4 p.m. CST and keep an eye out for 'special airings' throughout the weekdays for those authors living 'across the pond'.