Who\’s Saying Something About Sylvia?

This will be my page to connect to people who quote me, interview me or just say something about me. Would you like to interview me? Contact me

This is the Atlanta Journal who quoted my review about Steve Harvey\’s book.


Author, Daliah Rose conducted an interview:


Good News Television has me on a video interview:

Audio Interviews are as follows:

Erotic Gone Wild Blogtalkradio Call In Feature

Lies & Family Ties on An Hour To Empower BlogTalkRadio.com

Wagfest Recap on Kerry Wagner Live Radio Show!

Book Bridge: From Authors To Readers and Sylvia Hubbard

Book World News with guest Sylvia Hubbard

Other Interviews and Mentions around the Internet:

I spoke at the Mount Clemens conference first week of Feb 2010, and I found this blog post about my workshop. I was quite surprise:

At-Wysher – A different kind of writers’ conference
By vernied
Another speaker, urban romance writer Sylvia Hubbard, had a lot to share about marketing one’s book online and e-publishing. A single mom, she was a dynamo of enthusiastic information about blog-tours, sites that sell e-books,
At-Wysher – http://vernied.livejournal.com/4759.html

RawSistaz.com also featured Sylvia Hubbard on March 23, 2010 about:

Using Blogs, eBooks, and Online Social Networking to get THE WORD Out


The AALBC has a “Sylvia Hubbard” page.  Honored! Thanks Troy Johnson!


Live from Detroit: Davey D at the Allied Media Conference, Part II

One of the most interesting panels I came across during the 2010 Allied Media Conference in Detroit was called “Electronic Books: Creating Your Own and Preparing for a Paperless Society.” This discussion was put together by Detroit author Sylvia Hubbard of the Motown Writers Network and the AA Electronic Literary Network.

I hadn’t intended to go to her session but was strongly encouraged to do so. I’m so glad I did. Hubbard’s described the low barrier to entry into the e-book world and the fact that you can actually make money if you can attract a decent following. A lot of people might think that e-books are limited to established authors with book deals in place and publishers looking to expand into new markets. It was eye-opening to discover this isn’t the case — just like with music, you can do amazing things yourself.

READ MORE: http://futureofmusic.org/blog/2010/06/21/live-detroit-davey-d-allied-media-conference-part-ii