Introducing The Segilola Salami Show

Always one to share new avenues for writers and artists to travel for promotional purposes, I am pleased to announce a brand new podcast coming from indie author and self-publishing strategist Segilola Salami. The Segilola Salami Show was created with a goal much like mine when I  created - to help authors and readers connect. Segilola has invited guests from all over the world to come and relax with her in a virtual cafe where they will discuss a variety of topics. The Segilola Salami Show will also feature book club-style book reviews and even host guest-sponsored giveaways.

Listeners can check out The Segilola Salami Show through a variety of different options. For iTunes info, just click here. Fellow Android users, come over here. For other options, check out the official Segilola Salami Show website.

Attention authors other possible guests, and any sponsor inquiries, you can contact Segilola Salami through this form.

About Segilola Salami

Nigerian born and London bred author Segilola Salami intrinsically knows the heartfelt stories woven through her books Yetunde: The Life and Times of a Yoruba Girl in London and Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother. With an undeniable heritage and unwavering passion to pass on the tales, she began compiling African stories to tell to her own then newborn daughter.

Segilola is also a self-publishing strategist and offers one to one consulting to aspiring authors to help them navigate the minefield that is self-publishing.

Even in these heady times of increasing success, Segilola stays true to both her roots and passion of writing. She is available to hold book reading events and give creative writing workshops to those budding writers that wish to follow in her footsteps. Similarly, she is now available to take speaking engagements and write custom pieces for enquiring publications.

You can find out more about Segilola at
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