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.
How to Secure Raving Endorsements for Your Product or Service - Michael Hyatt
The first step is asking. It's also the hardest. Michael Hyatt shares his best tips for getting endorsements.
LeVar Burton Reveals Reading Rainbow Follow-Up - GalleyCat
Is an updated version of the show that taught a generation to love books in the works?
Brad Pitt Believes Age of Filmmaking Dominated by Big Studios is Over - newKerala.com
The man who conquered the studio system sees the future of film belonging to the independent filmmaker.
How to Apply "Show, Don't Tell" in Screenplays - Filmmaking Stuff
It's the one piece of advice that drives beginning writers crazy. Screenwriter Jurgen Wolff explains how to apply it to your screenplay.
Copyright is Valuable - 'The Birthday Song' earns $2 Million a year in royalties - artists house music
Time to dust off that Happy Tuesday song and start collecting royalties.
New Instrument Alert: Björk's Gameleste - Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise
Sometimes you've just got to go that extra mile, like creating a new musical instrument to get the sound you want.
Richard Ridley is an award-winning author and paid CreateSpace contributor.
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