Join the Robots and they talk with author Timothy Ward about his works in the world of Sand, created by Hugh Howey. We also discuss what we’d like to have known when we started writing. If only we were so lucky.
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Justin, Paul, and Terry have a conversation with horror author Ed Lorn. No donkeys were hurt in the creation of this episode.
This week the Robots talk with Glenn Farrington about the Kickstarter campaign for his upcoming computer program to help people write comic books. It was a great discussion! We hope you enjoy.
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This week the Robots chat with Matthew Wayne Selznick about his novels Brave Men Run and Pilgrimage, as well as what he’ll be working on in the future.
The Robots’ talk with author, screenwriter, and director Charlie Brown about his upcoming anthology and transmedia. What happens when you get a New Orleans native together with two Texans? Come find out.
Go to Lucky Mojo Press to submit your story for the Dirty Magick: LA anthology. Do it now.
This week the Robots were delighted to sit down with Lynn McNamee of Red Adept Publishing to talk about the evolution of Red Adept and the new direction they’ve headed in. We hope you enjoy!
This week’s promo – Indie Author Marketing Info from Matthew Wayne Selznick
Folks, you are in for a real treat this week as we robots sit down to chat with author Alethea Kontis about her novel ENCHANTED, her path to publication, and how the state of publishing is changing. She was delightful to talk to, and I’m sure you will all enjoy the conversation.
If you’d like to read Alethea’s stories, here is her Amazon page.
If you’d like to listen to the episode in which Alethea, David, and I helped Lauren Harris brainstorm her story, you can do so HERE.
This week’s promo – WALK THE FIRE Kickstarter
This week’s promo – The Secret World Chronicle Podcast
This week the Robots chat with Marion Jensen to talk about his interesting fan fiction Kickstarter campaign called Massive Fiction. Fan fiction is a great way to learn about writing, and we think this campaign is one all writers should get on board with. Enjoy!
This week’s promo – HAYWIRE by Justin R. Macumber
This week’s promo – Garaaga’s Children Pre-Order