New York, 24 May 2016 - In times past, to learn more about one’s favorite author then it was necessary to scour newspapers for an interview. It was very hard to locate a good interview on the TV and it was almost impossible to catch that good interview on the radio. Now, using the world wide web is possible to do all of that plus more. Many sites, like Redemptionsbullet, post popular blog posts of writers that are there to make a steadier connection with the readers.
It’s something akin what George RR Martin does on his LiveJournal blog. He writes about his passions, his fears and how he gets the inspiration for the saga. ScottDcovey has been preoccupied by stories from early childhood. His African experiences have led him to inventing many amazing stories that he has put on paper and has still some amazing plans for. This person doesn’t accept the status quo and he is the advocate of traditional storytelling at the campfire. He considers this to be the true type of story telling, rather than watching TV or surfing the world wide web.
Such a simple world view is attractive to many and this is the precise reason why the Redemptionsbullet blog is so popular these days. If one wants to tune in then everything he has to do is subscribe to the RSS feed. It is quite easily accomplished and that means that the reader is going to have a ton of great extra material to use. Some readers like to be detached from their favorite authors and just read the novels but there is so much more to be learned between the lines of the blog posts.
ScottDcovey had a tremendous success in some market segments and he wants to use that momentum as to become on of the best known writers and storytellers of the current age. Whether he will succeed at that or no - remains to be seen but what is for sure, is that his books are engrossing and have a nice story to tell. People shouldn’t generally write when they don’t want to pass some interesting material to the reader and Scott has a lot of amazing stories to tell, most of which have been inspired by the African continent.