A few months ago, I did an interview with Vinny over at Awesome Gang.com. People really seemed to enjoy the last interview I did with Brian Drake, so I figured I should post a link to this one as well. I hope you guys find it interesting! Here’s an excerpt… click the link at the end of this post to read more:
Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written:
Hi everyone! My name is Andrew, and I’ve worked in the entertainment industry for over a decade as a post supervisor, story producer, and writer. I was born and raised in New Jersey, where I grew up on a steady diet of James Bond movies, comic books, and action-adventure TV shows like Mission Impossible, The A-Team and The X-Files. I’ve written several screenplays, some comic books, and tons of promotional material. I was also a writer on the Youtube Red show Fight of the Living Dead. But this year, I got serious about writing my own fiction, and I completed two books in the Thomas Caine series. (click link at end of post for more!)
For any authors out there looking for affordable ways to promote their books, The team at Awesome Gang is… well, awesome! They’re a smaller site, but they’ve been increasing their visibility and reach every day. Each time I work with them I notice better and better results, and their new staggered promotions helped give my Tokyo Black launch an extra big push!
Most importantly, Vinny is a great guy to work with. When you email him he responds like a human being, which I can’t tell you how much I appreciate. If there’s a problem, or something goes wrong, he will work with you to fix it quickly and efficiently. And if you need advice or have questions about the best way to promote your book, trust me; Vinny is a guy you want to talk to. The fact that he has kept his service affordable speaks to his commitment to supporting new authors. I doubt you’ll find a better bang for your buck anywhere else in this business!
Let me know what you think! If you can come up with any new questions you’d like to see, post them in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer. And don’t forget to check out Tokyo Black and Devil’s Due, now FREE on Kindle Unlimited!