S2: EP4 How to Publish a Book with Amazon or Not

CreatespaceIn this Episode we talk with Author Charlotte Ehney who has published two books using Amazon’s Createspace. Createspace allows you to create a paperback version of your eBook. Charlotte talks about the process and what her inspirations are. While this may seem a short episode, there is a lot of good material about the writing process and the publishing process. Enjoy. Thanks for listening. And no, Amazon didn’t pay me to publish this episode. Sheesh.

Here are links to Charlotte’s current books on Amazon available as both eBook and Paperback.

Here is her Facebook page:
Her Blog:
Her GoodReads Author Profile page


Charlotte Ehney, Author

Charlotte holding a Paperback copy of her book, Blood Adversaries.


And here is a really good article that goes step by step through the process.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Book Publishing with Createspace

Ep: 3 S:2 Net Neutrality is going to die and privacy too #privacyLost

#PrivacyLost Net NeutralityIn this Episode:

We talk about how ISPs can sell your browsing history, how the new FCC chair plans to gut current Net Neutrality rules (and why you should care), and lastly how to protect your privacy. #PrivacyLost

Net Neutrality Explained Simply (the video is old the article is new the information about Net Neutrality is still correct except for the President part)

Why Net Neutrality Matters and how the current Congress plans to break it

Articles if you want to know more:

What to expect now that ISPs can sell your browsing history

Warning US Internet Service Providers could sell sell and share your browsing history without your consent

Why you should surf the web using VPN

Best VPN Providers according to PC Magazine

You can’t buy your politician’s browsing history

John Oliver “Last Week Tonight” Net Neutrality on YouTube (warning bad language)

Because we mentioned it:

AOL and Yahoo will be merged into new company “Oath”

This Congressman says not everyone needs to use the Internet. Do you agree?

A new listener brought to my attention the FCC’s contact page contains a Fax number. Strange Fax machines still exist in 2017 but hey, they gotta print what you fax, right? The Link to the FCC Contact Page shout out to LeonGrey/LukeLahens for the great suggestion.