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Richard Dansky is a novelist, video game writer, and table top game writer. He speaks at various writers conferences, and runs the East Coast Game Conference.
Richard has written on numerous video games, and is the developer of the 20th anniversary edition of the acclaimed tabletop RPG Wraith: The Oblivion. He has published six novels and one short story collection. A former executive of the IGDA Game Writing SIG, he serves on the advisory board on the Game Narrative Summit at GDC. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and their mathematically improbable collections of books and single malt scotches.
Author C.C. Ekeke shares his experience writing science fiction with Justin, which includes discussing what sort of subcategories work best in scifi, how to approach worldbuilding in these stories, and how to build a newsletter.
Chris is known for his fiction books Destroyer and No Such Thing as Werewolves, and such non-fiction as Write to Market, 5,000 Words per Hour, and Six Figure Author.
If you’re interested in learning what he advises for breaking out of an earning plateau, how writing in anthologies with other authors can help your platform and rankings, and more – check out this episode. Continue reading →
JP Cawood joins Justin to discuss what she has learned from her time writing for television, advice for breaking into television writing, and what she has learned from TV that has helped in her fiction writing.
JP Cawood has developed television series & pilots for Syfy Network, TLC, Lifetime Movie Network, Investigation Discovery, Destination America, History Channel, and Pivot/Participant. Now telling stories through books, JP writes science fiction/fantasy because the future is now and imagination is the key that unlocks all great mysteries. As a lifelong student of the mystical unknowns, JP has traveled the world in search of truth, beauty, and goodness. JP has lived in France, Britain, India, and many cities across America.
You may know CM Raymond from his superhero or thriller writing, or the Part Time Writers Podcast. Today he joins Justin to share his thoughts on audiobook newsletter building and why he started AudiobookAccess.com. The two also discuss a recent article on self-publishing and the written word, as well as an episode of the part time writers podcast where they talked with Michael Anderle about literary vs commercial writing.
Author Wendy Spinale shares her experience doing readings at Barnes and Noble, publishing in the Peter Pan world, and going traditional as far as publishing
Wendy is a former Disneyland actress and online journalist. She currently lives in the Bay Area with her husband, three sons, and the best four-legged writing partners ever, Odie and Alex. EVERLAND is the first in a three book series with a fairytale cast in a steampunk world.
We were fortunate enough to have May Sage on the show! Yay! You may know May from her fairy tale redos, where she writes new versions of Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and more (all with a smidgeon of sex thrown in, so be warned!)
May shares her advice on how to market books, choosing collaborators, and more!
Michael Anderle discusses what he’s doing with his shared world in the Kurtherian Gambit universe, what he’s doing with Justin in the Reclaiming Honor series of this world (starting with Justice is Calling, Dec 8 2016), and more!
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