Episode 250 – Giving Voice To Words With Veronica Giguere

This week the robots talk with author and voice actor extraordinaire Veronica Giguere. She has narrated and voice acted in so many productions, and she even writes as well, so settle in and enjoy the sultry sounds. From her, that is. Not us. We’re terrible.

Veronica’s Website
Her Facebook Page
Her Google+ Page
Her Twitter Account
Her Amazon Page

This week’s promo – Glow-in-the-Dark Radio


Episode 249 – Walking The Fire With John Mierau

This week Justin and Paul chat with writer and podcaster John Mierau about his writing, podcasting, and the anthology he’s putting out called WALK THE FIRE. We hope you enjoy it!

John’s Website

John’s Amazon Page

This week’s promo – An audio essay on finding more time to write by Nobilis Reed


Episode 248 – The Way Of The Gun With Scott Roche

This week the Robots talk with Scott Roche of Flying Island Press about his upcoming anthology, The Way Of The Gun, which is a mashup of samurai and the old west. We hope you enjoy and support the IndieGoGo campaign!

Scott’s Website

The IndieGoGo page for WAY OF THE GUN

Scott’s Facebook Page

Scott’s Twitter

Flying Island Press

This week’s promo – Nutty Bites!


Episode 247 – Screenwriting With Charlie Brown

his week the Robots sit down to chat with Charlie Brown, a great guy we had on the show previously, to talk about screenwriting and the difference between that and writing novels. Enjoy!

Charlie’s Page on Amazon
Luck Mojo Press’s Kickstarter Page

This week’s promo – Join The Indie Author Marketing Community


Episode 246 – Halloween Horror With Edward Lorn

This week the Robots are joined by horror author Edward Lorn to talk about what scares us, why, and how horror can not only be scary, but also therapeutic. We hope you enjoy!

Edward’s Blog
Edward’s Amazon Author’s Page
Edward’s Twitter
Edward’s Facebook Page

And I’d be remiss in not pimping our hosts as well:

This week’s promo – Paul E. Cooley’s SCROLLS


Episode 245 – Interviewing Author Mike Shepherd

Terry and Paul sit down with Mike Shepherd, author of the Kris Longknife military science fiction series, to talk about writing and his world. His next book, Kris Longknife: Furious, comes out at the end of this month. Do yourself a favor and check it out. You won’t be sorry you did.

This week’s promo – HAYWIRE, by our very own Justin Macumber.


Episode 244 – Full Steampunk Ahead With Emilie Bush And Pip

This week Justin is joined by Philippa Ballantine and they interview steampunk author Emilie P. Bush to talk about writing, publishing, and what this whole steampunk thing is about. Enjoy!

Coal City Stories
Emilie’s Facebook Page
Emilie’s Twitter Page

Pip’s Page
Pip’s Facebook Page
Pip’s Twitter

This week’s promo – THE ZOMBIE DRIVEN LIFE by David Wood


Episode 235 – The Drunk Cast

This week’s episode brought to you by:

The Loft Literary Center, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is one of the nation’s leading literary
nonprofits and offers a wide array of online creative writing classes for all levels and genres. Fall classes start in September and October and are now open for registration. Find out more at Loft.org.

This week Justin, Terry, and Paul were finally able to get together and discuss different aspects of writing and publishing, and along with us were David Wood of Gryphonwood Press and Michael Willett, the writer of the Complex Actions web comic. This was recorded during Space City Con in Houston, and we hope you enjoy.

And, just so you can feel like you were there with us, here are some pictures of us as we sat down to chat. Look, listen, and have a great time!


Episode 234 – On A Pilgrimage With Matthew Wayne Selznick

This week the Robots sit down with Matthew Wayne Selznick to talk about his recently begun Kickstarter campaign to fund PILGRIMAGE, a new Sovereign Era novel. Enjoy!

Matt’s Website

The PILGRIMAGE Kickstarter Website

Storyworlds Magazine Website


Episode 230 – All About EXPLORERS

This week Justin, Terry, and Eliyanna sit down with three of the EXPLORERS anthology authors – Andrew Hawnt, Daniel Latham, and Jeff Brackett. We discuss how it began, what we learned along the way, and how proud we all are to have done it. Enjoy!

This week’s promo – The Roundtable Podcast


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