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True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers in True Crime History and the Authors Tha

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Every week host Dan Zupansky will interview the authors that have written about the most shocking killers of all time.

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WildBlue Press was formed out of the conversations between Steve Jackson (an award-winning true crime, crime fiction, thriller and history author) and Michael Cordova (a technology and online marketing expert), a couple of college buddies who recognized that the publishing world was changing–traditional publishers were making it tough on ?working class? authors (those not named King or Rowling) yet rising above the ?white noise? of the self-publishing world was an immense obstacle for authors suddenly expected to ?do it all? themselves in addition to writing. When asked why, if this is such a good idea, traditional publishers don't do it, their response is: ?They can't. It's like asking dinosaurs to become mammals because the climate is changing. They have big buildings, large staffs, transportation and storage issues and, to be quite frank, they haven't treated mid-level authors very well. WildBlue Press is the answer to the challenges of 21st century publishing. WILDBLUE PRESS-The Latest and Greatest True Crime Publishing-Steve Jackson
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