Publishing World Interview Vlog Series With Advice For Upcoming Authors Launched

Author Bonnie K.T. Dillabough has launched her new video interview series aimed at new authors seeking advice and information about the publishing world.

Richland, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Self-published author Bonnie K.T. Dillabough has announced the launch of her interview vlog series, Biblio Files, for authors looking for information on all aspects of the publishing industry.

More information is available at https://www.facebook.com/Biblio-Files-107797074269358

The newly launched series features interviews by Bonnie with many leading experts in the publishing industry. The series covers topics ranging from finding cover artists and beta readers through to vital information from publicists and editors.

Bonnie K.T. Dillabough has authored and self-published several books in her ‘The Dimensional Alliance’ science fiction series and has worked extensively in the online marketing world. Her real-life experiences give her the ability to delve deeper when hosting the Biblio Files.

Speaking on the topic of publishing, Bonnie said: “Navigating the publishing world is so different than anything I ever experienced in my life as an online marketer. Books aren’t just another product and the methods that worked well with other businesses, don’t necessarily work as well in this industry.”

Bonnie understands that it takes a lot of work to publish a book, and new authors face many challenges in navigating the steps they need to take. With ‘instant fame’ scams and false information saturating the market, Bonnie hopes to help new authors find relevant and expert advice from people within the industry.

Biblio Files aims to cater to authors regardless of where they are in their writing career with guests, including publishers, editors, publicists, authors, cover artists, ghost-writers, freelancers in the publishing arena, book event organizers and the leaders of author mentoring groups.

For the series, Bonnie is looking for professionals from all areas of both the self-publishing and traditionally publishing world who would like to be guests on the show. Information on applying can be found here: https://dimensionalallianceheadquarters.com/biblio-files

The Biblio Files series also has an active Facebook community where Bonnie welcomes feedback and gives fans the opportunity to request topics and suggest guests. It is also a place for fans to ask questions they would like answered in upcoming interviews.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the website mentioned above.

Contact Info:
Name: Bonnie Dillabough
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bonnie K.T. Dillabough
Address: 516 Stanley St, Richland, WA 99354, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88965985

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