AuthorVid: Humor Fiction Author Kenny Scudero Talks to Pump Up Your Book about Self-PublishingAuthor Vids, Featured — By Dorothy Thompson on April 9, 2012 at 11:49 am
I have a special treat for you today! We’ve been interviewing authors at our sister site, Literarily Speaking, with a wonderful interviewing platform we call Author Vids. Author Vids are simply videos in which the author answers a few questions for us and we or the author load them to our YouTube channels, another great social marketing tool for authors promoting books.
Today we’re bringing it over to Pump Up Your Book with a fantastic video interview with Kenny Scudero, author of the humor fiction novel, Comfortably Awkward. Since Kenny self-published his book which is all the rage these days, we asked him if he’d talk about his self-publishing journey. After watching the video, please check out Kenny’s website and book information following the video.
And now I’m happy to bring you Kenny Scudero, author of Comfortably Awkward!
ABOUT KENNY SCUDERO
Comfortably Awkward is Kenny Scudero’s debut self-published novel. He is a twenty-two year old author from New York City who looks forward to a bright future in writing. Kenny recently graduated from St. John’s University where he majored in Sport Management. At St. John’s, Kenny was Sports Editor for the University newspaper. After graduating from St. John’s, Kenny had trouble finding a job and wrote “Comfortably Awkward” based off that frustration. He is currently working on his second novel.
You can visit Kenny’s website at www.kennyscudero.com for more information.
ABOUT COMFORTABLY AWKWARD
For Albert Ferenzo, life is a series of ironic events that may or may not have a reason behind them. While struggling to find a niche for himself, Albert blames the corporate world for hindering his dream of making money and living a prosperous life. After playing the good guy his entire life, Albert decides that the only way to get ahead in the world is to be the bad guy. Albert questions his own fate as he drives himself to insanity in an effort to find happiness. The destinies of Albert and everyone around him intertwine as he finally realizes what life is all about or at least, he thinks he does in this revolt against normality.