Every Writer Deserves a Break

Quote by Jarod Kintz via Social Media Just for Writers - Frances CaballoIndie writers need a break once in a while, don’t you agree?

After a lot of thought and some anguish, I’m switching my podcast schedule to once a week.

Publishing a podcast can be time-consuming. On average, it takes me five hours to publish a ten- to fourteen-minute podcast episode.

Hard to believe, isn’t it?

First, I write the script. Then I record it and edit the recording. Then I upload the audio to LibSyn.com and add the show notes to my blog and create an image.

I spend 90 minutes just on the  recording and editing. And that’s an improvement; it initially took me two hours to record a ten- to fourteen-minute episode.

While it’s a time-consuming process, so far it’s been totally worth it.

But I have other goals I want to achieve. I have two books in my head that are screaming to get out. And I’m working on a free email course and a few other special projects.

Whew! Right?

So I’m going to take a one-month break from my podcast. (Yeah, I know. I’m not supposed to do that but I am.)

When I return, I’ll publish my podcast every other Friday, starting October 30, just in time for Halloween!

Thanks for understanding.


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Sell More Books with These Tips by Frances CaballoAbout the Author: I’m Frances Caballo, an author, podcaster and social media strategist and manager for writers. Find out more about about my services and check out my Social Media for Authors podcast on iTunes.

 

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