Archive for "Mar 2010"

Ed Parrot: How I do it!

Edward G. Talbot is the collaboration of two authors, Ed Parrot and Jason Derrig. Jason and Ed met in 1988 at a cross country running race. We won’t tell you here how it turned out, but Jason is far more likely to recount the results of that day than Ed. They discovered a lot of […]

Podcast Review #22: The Gearheart

Title: The Gearheart Author: Alex White Genre: Steampunk fantasy Released: 23 February 2009 – 20 March 2010 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks, Author’s Site Formats Available: Podcast only at this time. Almost an entire year ago, 7 April 2009, to be precise, while still a very newbie blogger, I wrote a challenge to my very small community […]

Michell Plested: How I do it!

Michell (Mike) Plested is an amateur novel and short story writer in several genres including Fantasy, Science Fiction and YA Adventure (sorry, no sparkly vampires). His most recent writing project is a Science Fiction Comedy entitled “GalaxyBillies” which he is simultaneously writing and podcasting. He is also the host of the bi-weekly writing podcast “Get […]

Podcast Review #21: The White Shadow Saga: The Stolen Moon of Londor

Title: The Stolen Moon of Londor Author: A.P. Stephens Genre: Fantasy Released: 14 September 2009 – 29 November 2009 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks Formats Available: Podcast, Dead Tree, eBook The Stolen Moon of Londor is one of those podcasts that I happen to subscribe to strictly due to having an opening in my playlist and because I […]

Podcast Review #20: Tattoo

Title: Tattoo Author: Paul Elard Cooley Genre: Horror Released: 11 September, 2009 – 18 October, 2009 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks, Author’s Site Formats Available: Podcast, PDF I often query my small network on Twitter for what they are listening to at the moment and I always get lots of great suggestions. Paul Cooley almost invariably provides […]

Philippa J. Ballantine: How I do it!

Philippa J. Ballantine is the author of Weaver’s Web, Chasing the Bard, Digital Magic, Weather Child and the forthcoming Geist, being released by ACE books this fall, and it’s sequel Spectre. She has podcasted WW, CtB, WC and is currently podcasting DM. She can be found on Twitter as @philippajane. General Writing Questions 1. Before […]

How do YOU do it?

Are you a writer? Are you a podcaster? Would you be willing to share your process with the world? (or at least my readers?) For those authors that are interested, a standard series of questions will be asked. Once you’ve read them, if you care to answer, you’ll email them to submissions at viewfromvalhalla dot […]

Podcast Review #19: Nina Kimberly the Merciless

Title: Nina Kimberly the Merciless Author: Christiana Ellis Genre: Fantasy Released: 17 Marach 2009 – 16 December 2009 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks, Author’s Site Formats Available: Podcast, Dead Tree, Free PDF Anyone familiar with these reviews knows that my journey started with Tee Morris. Through his podcasts I branched out to many of the stories that are […]

Interview with Tee Morris of All a Twitter

Earlier this week, Tee Morris, of Imagine That Studios and author of All a Twitter, tweeted that he would be available for interviews and random silly questions concerning Twitter and any other topics of interest. Well, to be truthful, I’ve been meaning to hit Tee up with random silly questions, so I couldn’t pass up […]

Podcast Review #18: The Rookie (Remastered)

One of the first author’s I found when I started listening to podio fiction was Scott Sigler. I’ve listened to all of his podcast fiction, some with a greater interest than others. The stuff of his I’ve liked, I’ve really really liked, the others, meh. (The plaid tanks will soon be rolling down my street, I know. Oh well, truth is truth.)

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