Archive for "Jun 2010"

Podcast Review #35: Dead Mech

Title: Dead Mech Author: Jake Bible Genre: Science Fiction/Horror Released: 26 September 2009 – 27 June 2010 Located: iTunes, Podiobooks, Author’s Site Formats Available: Podcast, Dead Tree version coming soon Rating: R for intense violence and gore, strong sexual content and pervasive profanity A while back you might remember I made a concerted effort to […]

Podcast Review #34: Assam and Darjeeling by T.M. Camp

Title: Assam and Darjeeling Author: T.M. Camp Genre: Genre bending dark fairy tale Released: 23 September 2007 – 7 August 2008 Located: iTunes, Formats Available: Podcast, Dead Tree, Ebook Rating: PG13 for disturbing images dealing with children Have you ever had a podcast that you’ve been meaning to listen to for ages, but somehow it just […]

Indiana Jim: How I do it!

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? It really depends on how the inspiration strikes me.  I don’t have any hard and fast rule as to how I plot out the story.  For […]

Podcast Review #33: Transistor Rodeo

Title: Transistor Rodeo Author: Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff Genre: Science Fiction/Cowboy Punk Released: 8 April 2008 – 17 April 2009 Located: Author’s Site Formats Available: Podcast only Rating: PG for robotic violence. This is a family friendly podcast. In April of 2008 I had way more time on my hands than I would have hoped for […]

Podcast Review #32: Half Share

Title: Half Share Author: Nathan Lowell Genre: Science Fiction Released: 29 April 2007 – 2o May 2007 Located: Podibooks, iTunes, Author’s Site Formats Available: Podcast only (soon to be dead tree from Ridan Publishing) Rating: PG/R There is much in the way of sexual innuendo and some sensuality. As many of you are aware, Mr. Nathan Lowell recently […]

Arelene Radasky: How I do it!

Arlene Radasky is the author of The Fox as well as short stories and poetry. She is also a proud grandmother of new baby boy! 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? Before […]

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