Justin, Terry, Paul, and Scott discuss prioritizing your works between the commercial and the niche. Also, we talk about the Hugo Awards and Sad Puppies, Justin’s inability to sing, the sweetness of the mute button, and Harper Collins threatening to leave Amazon. It’s a monster of an episode. Enjoy.
ps: due to a failed attempt to mute my mic, there is some crackling of paper. My apologies.
Justin, Paul, Scott, Terry discuss the intricacies and issues in writing non-human characters and societies.
Tery and Scott have release new books. Go check ’em out!
Command Decisions by Terry Mixon
Terry and Paul discuss professional writing organizations, trigger warnings, author solutions, and the fact Scott Roche needs to grow back his moustache.
Fantasy/Sci-fi writers looking to incorporate new languages in their works really need to visit Robert Stikmanz’ site and take a look at the wonder that is Dvarsh.
A long time ago I started setting up a store for people who wanted to purchase stories written by the hosts and guests of the Dead Robots’ Society, but apparently I never did much with it, so this morning I decided to rectify that. If you’d like to read my novel STILL WATER, or Terry’s EMPIRE OF BONES, or (the Gods forbid) Paul’s THE BLACK, then here is a link that’ll take you right to them. Thank you in advance, and have a Happy Presidents’ Day!
Terry, Justin, and Paul discuss how they got into writing, their first novels, and give tips on how to get started. Also? Terry and Justin hold an intervention. And reviews suck.
Friend of the show, John Mierau, is offering his tale Asunder for free. You should go get your little paws on it.
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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