Today we are going to be talking about a nifty piece of writing software called Plottr with Roland Denzel and Troy Lambert.
I have been using Plottr for the last two years and it has become one piece of my writing puzzle. This is not a paid advertisement, although I wouldn’t be opposed to that.
Roland Denzel is a health and fitness author, a 30-year printing and publishing specialist, and the Marketing Coordinator for Plottr.
Troy Lambert is a mystery author, book editor, and the Education Lead for Plottr. Troy is the author of over 31 novels and several works of nonfiction.
In today’s episode we discuss:
· How Roland and Troy got their starts in the business of writing.
· Roland and Troy’s careers in publishing and the changes they have seen.
· What marketing strategies do they find most useful in the ever-changing publishing landscape?
· What is Plottr and who is it for?
· Alternate uses for Plottr.
· Best practices for using Plottr.
· The advantages of using Plottr with a collaborator.
· The future of Plottr and new features that are in the works!
All of this and more on today’s episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.
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