Archive for "May 2010"

Podcast Review #31: The Red Panda – Season One

Title: The Red Panda – Season One Author: Gregg Taylor Genre: Super Hero Crime Fantasy Released: 15 October 2005 – 10 June 2006 Located: iTunes, Author’s Site Formats Available: podcast only at this time Rating: G for mild old time radio type violence and a good ol’ “Yes boss!” adventure During the spring of 2007 I was desperate to […]

Eyes on: The Nifty Tech Blog!

Title: The Nifty Tech Blog Author: Doc Coleman Genre: Reviews Released: February 2010 to present Located: Author’s Site Formats Available: blog only at this time Rating: G for techie goodness As many of you are aware, and quite possibly participated in, there was an auction event earlier this year with the proceeds to benefit the daughter of podcasting legend […]

We have a winner! (Contest update)

I’ll be stepping away from our regularly scheduled “How I do it!’ feature this morning to provide you with this update. “How I do it” will return next Wednesday. As was proposed back in November, View from Valhalla ran a contest coinciding with the release of our 26th weekly Podcast Review. A name was selected […]

Podcast Review #30: Goblin Market

Title: Goblin Market Author: Jennifer Hudock Genre: Fantasy Released: Located: iTunes, Author’s Site Formats Available: podcast only at this time Rating: PG for mild violence and one scene of amorous kissing stuff One of the nicest surprises I’ve received in podcast listening in recent times was Starla Huchton’s The Dreamer’s Thread. In fact, I enjoyed […]

Starla Huchton: How I do it!

Starla Huchton currently lives in Monterey, California with her husband, three children (minion v1.0, v2.0, and v3.0) and FAIL DOG, the black lab. She is currently pursuing a degree in Graphic Design. Her other part time job consists of live shows over streaming internet radio, where she sings jazz standards and modern tunes for venues […]

Podcast Review #29: Cybrosis

Title: Cybrosis Author: P.C. Haring Genre: Science Fiction Released: 1 January 2010 – 14 May 2010 Located: Author’s Site, iTunes Formats available: podcast only Rating: PG-13 for violence and a bit of language (always listen before sharing with your family, we might have different views) This has been a very busy spring. I’m having a hard […]

T. M. Camp: How I do it

T.M. Camp is an all around good egg and the author of the novels “Assam & Darjeeling” and “Matters of Mortology” both of which are available as free audiobooks on iTunes along with his latest podcast The Gospel of Thomas. General Writing Questions 1. Before you begin writing, do you script out the general outline […]

Podcast Review #28: Hoad's Grim

Title: Hoad’s Grim (sorry, no graphic available) Author: Jack Kincaid Genre: Creature Horror Released: August 2008 – March 2009 Located: iTunes, Author’s Site Formats Available: podcast only at this time Rating: Really and truly ADULT… STRONG R for violence, language, adult situations (read “sex”) and strong horror elements Every so often, I ask for recommendations when I’m running […]

Jeffrey Hite: How I do it!

Jeffrey Hite is the creative genius behind the weekly Great Hites story contest. He is also a frequent contributor and an encourager of writing at all levels. General Writing Questions 1. Before you begin writing, do you script out the general outline of plot and characters, or do you let these situations evolve as you write? […]

Podcast Review #27: Earthcore

Title: Earthcore Author: Scott Sigler Genre: Science Fiction/Horror Released: 25 March 2005 – 26 November 2005 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks Formats Available: podcast only at this time Rating: As is true for all Sigler stories, this is an adult only ride. One of the first author’s I found when I started listening to podio fiction was […]

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