Tuesday, May 27, 2014

GLBT Pride Month: Leading Radio Outlet, 'The Authors Show', Seeks Authors For Guest Interviews

June is GLBT Pride Month. The Authors Show, one of the highest ranked, well known Internet radio media outlets in existence today, seeks authors of books about related subjects for author interviews

GLBT Pride month is celebrated in June of each year. The Authors Show will be featuring interviews with authors who have published books on related topics during the month of June.

The purpose behind GLBT Pride month is to pay tribute to the contributions of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals have made to society.
The Authors Show is seeking authors of books about related subjects to be featured on the show. The Authors Show, a leading Internet radio media outlet with a 9-year history, is noted for its highly ranked Internet presence, technical expertise and exceptional, high-quality production work. Interviews are offered at no charge to guests and are broadcast worldwide. Segmented shows by genre include fiction, non-fiction, Christian and book marketing shows.

Authors of traditionally published or self-published works are welcome to apply for an interview. Fiction or non-fiction works are welcome to apply. All subject matter will be considered. Interviews openings are limited and are subject to availability. Once completed, interviews will be broadcast on The Authors Show daily schedule.

Potential guests can apply by filling out the interview request form at the show site. Questions should be addressed to danielle@theauthorsshow.com. More information is available at The Authors Show site at http://www.TheAuthorsShow.com.

About The Authors Show:

The Authors Show is one of the highest ranked Internet radio outlets on the web. The show is renowned for high quality productions that showcase participating authors and books. Through its worldwide broadcasts, the show reaches thousands of potential book buyers, agents and publishers. Radio interviews and the original broadcast are produced and broadcast at no cost.


Danielle Hampson, Executive Producer