Eat Sleep Write Launches Podcast Series

Conversations Focus on How Writers and Authors Got Their Start, How They Published Their Work and How Eat Sleep Write Has Grown Their Readership.

Online PR News – 09-July-2013 – Lutz, FL – Lutz, Florida - July 8, 2013 - Eat Sleep Write, a global leader in promoting new and established writers, lyricists, poets and authors, today announced the launch of the Eat Sleep Write podcast series. Podcast host Adam Scull launched Eat Sleep Write as an avenue to educate and inform book lovers about the craft of writing, the difficulties in getting published, and the enjoyment of putting pen to paper and just writing. Episodes will cover a wide range of issues facing the writer, including self-publishing, solution strategies to get published, and insights from a variety of writers, editors and publishing industry analysts. For more information on this unique website, please visit
Eat Sleep Write podcasts can be accessed and enjoyed at the listener’s convenience. To increase accessibility, there are two ways a user may listen to the series when visiting the website:
“Listen Now”: The user may click on the embedded multi-episode Flash Player on the home page that will immediately play the selected episode.
“Audio MP3 Download”: The user may click on the navigation bar link
EatSleepWrite Podcasts, which will take them to the main podcast listings page.
Once on the main podcast listings page, the user may select the particular episode they want to listen to by clicking on the episode title. A new window will open showing the podcast page with the podcast interview Flash Player. Further down the page will be the show notes and a photo of the author, along with a hyperlinked book cover to the point-of-sale of their book.
Adam Scull: “Eat Sleep Write offers two unique opportunities to the writer, a section to showcase their written work, and a podcast to talk about their life as a creative writer and all that goes with it. My intend is to be the first home for writers to offer a dual- platform to get the writers voices heard to a worldwide audience”.