Matthew William: Journey to producing a podio book

Sci-Fi Author Matthew William is this week’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show podcast. Matthew shares with us his journey from writing and self-publishing his first novel to producing a Podio book (a podcast audiobook). I assure you, you need to click play now to listen to this most intriguing conversation with Matthew William.

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About Matthew William

Matthew William grew up in the woods of Pennsylvania, reading the works of Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke and other science fiction writers with abbreviations for middle names.

Currently, he lives in Sweden and keeps himself occupied with podcasting, expanding his fiction library and spending time with his wife and two cats. He enjoys connecting with other fans of good storytelling on social media.

Twitter handle @mat t_will_

The Space Christmas is fun and light-hearted, good for getting people through the gloomy months. The entire audiobook is available for free wherever you get your podcasts. But there are some people who absolutely hate having music with their audiobooks. So for those people, I made a version without music available on audible.

Matthew William: Journey to producing a podio book

Matthew William’s tips for aspiring authors

I would say that, if you’re going to record an audiobook, just know that it’s a ton of work! For example, with my book, the finished product is over 7 hours long. Recording and editing probably take 4 times that long. But, like any project, you can’t think too much about the big picture before you start, you have to just take it one step at a time and then, before you know it, you’re done.

About The Segilola Salami Show

The Segilola Salami show is an audio podcast talk show hosted by the female Nigerian-British podcaster Segilola Salami who is also an author, freelance writer and blogger. Please click here to see the full list of Yoruba children’s books written by Segilola Salami.

The show is set in a virtual cafe and is a podcast on books and publishing. The aim of the show is to be both educative and informative but in an entertaining way. Guests from all works of life come on the show to talk about the books they have read or written and how books motivated or inspired them. Listeners of the show get to discover new authors and new books as well as learn something new. Also, as the show is set in a virtual cafe, it is a fun podcast to listen to at work, while running or even when driving.

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