Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Introducing YouTube Middle Grade Ninja Clips

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Esteemed Reader, I just did something for you. Now I need you to do something for me:) Don't worry, it's really easy and free.

All I'm asking is that you go to my YouTube Channel and subscribe for free.

That's it.

Now I know what you're thinking: Ninja, I already read your blog. Maybe I've read it for years. I even read a couple of your books. Maybe I'm subscribed to your free monthly newsletter. I haven't followed you on Twitter yet, but I'm gonna.

I appreciate your continued support, Esteemed Reader. I'm asking you to subscribe to my YouTube channel (and the podcast, wherever you get your podcasts) not for me, or rather, not just for me. I'm asking you to help grow this platform so that I can promote authors and reading to an ever wider audience.

Sure, I promote my books as well. Of course I do. In fact, I tend to error on the side of having folks think, "that man was a bit obnoxiously overzealous about his books," rather than think, "what a nice ninja fellow! I wonder if he's written anything?"

And I'm too slow a writer to fulfill Esteemed Reader's reading needs by myself. I need Esteemed Reader reading lots of books to ensure they're ready to keep reading when my next book finally comes out. Also, I genuinely believe with my full heart that the world is made better by more people reading and thinking.

So help me out and spread the word. If you know somebody in your life who likes books, tell them to check out this site and the podcast as well.

And I'm doing my part. I'm slowly breaking up the 1-2 hour podcast videos into shorter, easier-to-digest clips. I like the interviews I'm conducting to be long and recorded live because we learn so much more than we would in a shorter format. However, I don't want to intimidate folks who might otherwise be interested. So I'll be offering shorter clips in the hopes of tempting people to watch or listen to the full interviews.

Here's a taste of some of the clips available so far:

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