August 2017

Monthly Archive

TRATWD 115 – Nathan Lowell

Posted by on 27 Aug 2017 | Tagged as: Interview

In this week’s episode I sat down with Nathan Lowell, the author of The Golden Age of the Solar Clipper series. I talked with him about his unusual approach to science fiction, right and wrong ways to use social media as a writer, promoting the work of authors you love, and how he made the transition from part-time to full-time author.

Referenced during the conversation:

Nathan Lowell’s Website

To Fire Called

Debora Geary (Amazon Author Page)

Ships of my Fathers, by Dan Thompson

Hand of Mars, by Glynn Stewart

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TRATWD 114 – Why the Storyteller Needs a Narrator

Posted by on 20 Aug 2017 | Tagged as: Just For Fun, Round-Table

In this panel from Balticon 51, I lead a discussion with Melissa Hayden, Erin Kazmark, A. F. Grappin and Veronica Giguere about audio book narrators. Why should you have someone narrate your book? How does the process work? How do you find someone who will do the job well? There’s a lot of great advice in here for self-published, hybrid and aspiring authors.

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TRATWD 113 – The Sentinel

Posted by on 13 Aug 2017 | Tagged as: Janus, Kate, Ms Fallon

This Week’s Story: “The Sentinel”

Janus is the regional field commander of the Lothanasi Order, an elite international law-enforcement unit tasked with protecting mortals from supernatural creatures. In the line of duty he has slain demons, faeries, and monsters of every description—but when the search for a missing girl leads him to the lair of a powerful succubus, it may require a more delicate approach.

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This episode was recorded on August 5, 2017.

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