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.
Why I Turned Down Two Publishing Contracts - Self-Publishing Review
Author Pamela Olson discusses why it made more sense for her to publish independently rather than sign with a small traditional publisher.
Vonnegut Sold Saabs: 11 Author Day Jobs - PWxyz
Even legendary authors toiled away in the nine-to-five world. Take heart, for you are among greats.
Artists Turning Social Networks into Investors - Canada.com
Yet another story of young filmmakers turning to crowdsourcing to raise money for their film projects.
Guest Post: David Geertz - IndieWIRE
It may not pay much, but at least the hours are long. Indie films are a lot of work; does it really matter when you're doing what you love?
YouTube Music Marketing with David Choi - MusicianCoaching.com
How did singer, songwriter and producer David Choi get 884,000 subscribers on YouTube? Click the link to find out.
Music Time Management Tips - Society Hae
Can't find the time to practice, promote, record and perform? You've come to the right place.
Richard Ridley is an award-winning author and paid CreateSpace contributor.
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