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The Mando Method

By Armand Rosamilia

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Description

The Mando Method Podcast, where publishing veteran Armand Rosamilia and relative newcomer Chuck Buda try to find the answers to their writing and publishing questions each week. Whether it's social media or the craft of writing or a plethora of other relevant topics, these two authors will tackle them with no holds barred!

Customer Reviews

Outstanding

Fast becoming one of my favorite shows on writing and being a writer!

Good writing advice in a fun format

I appreciate the scope of topics covered in the Mando Method podcast. Aside from the nuts and bolts of writing, topics include marketing, producing a book (i.e. front matter, back matter, cover art, audio, ebook formatting, editing, etc.).

I also like the format of the show, a conversation between the hosts discussing a topic suggested by Chuck Buda or sometimes by a listener.

Most of all, however, and I cannot stress this enough, Mr. Rosamilia and Mr. Buda answered my questions on the last listener mailbag episode and said I owed them a review. So, here it is!

I almost lowered my rating to four stars due to their coercion, but considering how many hours of free entertainment and advice they have provided I think that would be too harsh a penalty.

Thanks for the great podcast.

Most helpful writing Podcast

Hey there, just a few thoughts n the podcast. If you don't like tangents and rants, it's not for you. I'm a fan of it, simply because it takes the seriousness out of an already too serious world we live in. But if you you can get past all of that, and the occasional technical glitch such as a slightl hum in the background, it's the best advice for any new and aspiring writer. It's been a go to for questions I've had on marketing, editing, cover art, and most recently Beta Readers. There are other podcasts on writing, but none are near as blunt, and without the you can do it sugarcoating B.S.

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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