TRATWD 080 – Interview with A. F. Grappin

Posted by on 27 Nov 2016 | Tagged as: Feedback, Interview

af-grappinThis week I interview A. F. Grappin about their new novel, Luc Bertrand: Assassin’s Victim. We also discuss gender identity and writing queer characters.

Plus, feedback on Things Unseen!

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TRATWD 079 – Things Unseen, Chapter 24 (End)

Posted by on 20 Nov 2016 | Tagged as: David, Janus, John, Kate

Kate works with the Lightbringers to get the Rift Spirits home, but she faces consequences of her own upon returning to Metamor.

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TRATWD 078 – Things Unseen, Chapter 23, Part 2

Posted by on 13 Nov 2016 | Tagged as: Kate

Our heroes face questions at the Nexus — and a new complication.

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TRATWD 077 – Things Unseen, Chapter 23, Part 1

Posted by on 06 Nov 2016 | Tagged as: David, Kate, Morgan

Our heroes mount a brave defense of the Nexus.

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TRATWD 076 – Interview with Gail Carriger

Posted by on 30 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: Interview, Just For Fun

gailcarrigersteampunk_jdanielsawyer I sat down in the virtual studio with NYT Bestselling Author Gail Carriger to discuss her new novella, Romancing the Inventor, and the lessons she has learned about the business and craft of being a writer.

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TRATWD 075 – Things Unseen, Chapter 22, Part 2

Posted by on 23 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: David, Kate, Morgan

Morgan is reunited with Kate and David, but she soon discovers an unwelcome guest.

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TRATWD 074 – Things Unseen, Chapter 22, Part 1

Posted by on 16 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: David, Janus, Kate

Kate, David and the Lightbringers face opposition in their attempt to reach the Nexus.

WARNING: This episode contains explicit language and graphic violence. Listener discretion is advised.

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TRATWD 073 – Drabbles of the Gods

Posted by on 09 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: Fantasy

Fourteen flash-fiction stories about the gods of the world of Metamor. Plus, listener feedback and your Weekly Writing Report!

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TRATWD 072 – Writing Outside Your Comfort Zone, with Scott Roche

Posted by on 02 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: Interview

scott-roche-author-photoIn today’s episode I interview author and podcaster Scott Roche about his new novella, COMING HOME AGAIN. We discuss the challenges of writing outside your comfort zone.

This interview originally aired in August on Google Hangouts on Air. We took questions from the live audience. I hope you enjoy it!

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TRATWD 071 – Things Unseen, Chapter 21, Part 2

Posted by on 25 Sep 2016 | Tagged as: David, Janus, Kate, Malcolm

Malcolm makes a decision. Kate and David finally learn the truth about the Rift.

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