This week Terry and Justin talked with author Rachel Aaron about her fantasy series “The Legend of Eli Monpress,” how she became a published author, and about a blog post she wrote on how she was able to write 10,000+ words a day. We hope you enjoy!
How She Went From Writing 2,000 Words a Day to 10,000 Words a Day
Rachel’s Twitter Page
Rachel’s novels are published through Orbit Books.
This week Terry and Justin chat with Charlie Brown, writer and director of the independent film “Angels Die Slowly.” We talk screen writing, prose, the mixing of the two, and what it takes to film a movie. We hope you enjoy the conversation.
This week’s promo – I G Holme’s The HeavenField – Book Two at Podiobooks.com
This week we sit down to talk with Honorary Dead Robot Robin Sullivan of Ridan Publishing about one of the lesser talked about aspects of being a writer – marketing. We all have to do it if we want to have an audience and earn a living, so let’s do it well. Enjoy.
Marketing books mentioned by Robin during the discussion:
Robin also mentioned the Good Reads website. You’d do well to check it out.
This week’s promo – Mur Lafferty‘s Marco and the Red Granny podcast from Podiobooks.com
This week Terry and Justin chat with Lynn O’Dell of Red Adept Publishing. Lynn reviews books as well as edits manuscripts, so the conversation covers a lot of ground on both sides of the publishing spectrum. We hope you enjoy the conversation.
This week’s promo – Paul Elard Cooly’s Closet Treats podcast
This week the Dead Robots sit down and talk with Gabrielle Harbowy and Ed Greenwood about the new Dragon Moon Press anthology they edited entitled “When The Hero Comes Home.” They discuss the origin of the anthology and what editing it was like. Enjoy!