What a Reader Wants – with Barbara Vey

Reader’s Entertainment Radio listens in to a reader’s perspective as we chat with Publisher’s Weekly super blogger Barbara Vey and RE blogger Charina Russo. An inside and candid look at what readers want, or don’t want. We talk about what kind of blogs readers like, what should or shouldn’t be included in an author blog, what blogs get the most comments, what they think BEA could improve on and what they loved most about it and a quick look at what they wish their eReader would give them that they aren’t getting now.

A lively chat that is as fun as it is informative. Check out the podcast and leave a comment about what you love or hate about your eReader or what you like about blogs!

RER 6-2-11

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