TLE #027: Interview with Red and Black, The R.E.A.L Authorpreneur Series @RedBlackReal

TLE #027: Interview with Red and Black, The R.E.A.L Authorpreneur Series @RedBlackReal

Happy Labor Day! I know it’s a holiday,  but I still have a brand new podcast for you today.

This week I’m featuring not one, but two contributors from the Will the R.E.A.L. Authorpreneur Please Stand Up? compilationThis was the first time hosting two guests at the same time on The Literary Entrepreneur and what a fun interview!

Red and Black are two sisters who have a unique story to tell about their book, What I Learned About Life When My Husband Got Fired!  I guarantee you will enjoy this interview because I had to keep myself from laughing out loud quite a bit.

Podcast Show Notes

  • Learn more about how the idea for sitcom with two very different sisters turned into a book, What I Learned About Life When My Husband Got Fired!
  • Red and Black are true indie publishers! On their website, “We self-published this book and have decided not to make it available on Amazon or at any large bookseller chains.” Find out more why from the podcast.
  • Red and Black talk about why personal finance is so important.
  • Learn how Red and Black select speaking engagements and how they build their mailing list from these events.
  • Authors should learn how to be open to new opportunities when it comes to marketing their books
  • Follow Red and Black on Twitter @RedBlackReal.
  • For more information, visit redandblackbooks.com.
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About the Guests

What I Learned About Life When My Husband Got Fired! They say truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.* Not sure we want to admit to being strange, but we’ll admit to being different. But then, most sisters are. However, our relationship and differences may be little more extreme because Black is a little more extreme.

Let us briefly introduce ourselves: Red, the younger sister, is a redhead who took the path of being a stay-at-home mother and wife. Black, the older sister, is a brunette who personified the role of the professional career woman in the male-dominated oil and gas industry until she decided to semi-retire and be the wife of a highly financially successful man. Red is the warm and fuzzy sister, while Black is the ultimate pragmatic.

We hope our differences will help you see the important issues in your life with new perspective – maybe from the other side of the fence, or as the devil’s advocate – or perhaps you’ll empathize with Red or with Black. Most importantly, we hope we can help you clarify what matters to you, rather than worrying about what matters to anybody else. ORDER YOUR COPY!

About the Book

Fifteen authorpreneurs that have successfully mastered the art of Authorpreneurship are featured in Sharon C. Jenkins’ latest release, Will the R.E.A.L. Authorpreneur Please Stand Up?. This compilation launches in July 2015, featuring such successful authorpreneurs as Rochelle Carter, Nina Amir, Joel Friedlander, Tyora Moody, Brian Smith, Matilda Butler and W. Terry Whalin.

The term “authorpreneur” is a fairly new term in the literary industry. It combines the words “author” and “entrepreneur” to define the 21st Century author. Jenkins is the first to go a step beyond to help us define R.E.A.L. authorpreneurs as being Relevant, Entrepreneurial, Action-oriented, and Literary focused.

Order your copy now, get into your favorite reading chair and cuddle up with a book that promises to be empowering, educating and entertaining.

 

Tyora Moody is the author of Soul-Searching Suspense novels in the Reed Family Novellas, Eugeena Patterson Mysteries, Serena Manchester Series and the Victory Gospel Series. She is also the author of the nonfiction book, The Literary Entrepreneur’s Toolkit, and the compilation editor for the Stepping Into Victory Compilations under her company, Tymm Publishing LLC.

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