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Super Bowl ads have nothing on me: Armcast Dead Sexy Horror Podcast

Mostly for fun, I recorded an advertisement for my latest book, “Thief’s Odyssey,” on Armand Rosamilia’s horror podcast. I love his podcast, listen to it all the time. He interviews lots of great writers and even filmmakers. He’s also sort of fun. If you’re curious, give it a try here: http://armcastpodcast.libsyn.com/arm-cast-podcast-episode-3…

My little advert is somewhere during the podcast, but I won’t say where. I’m impish that way. A rebel. Something to be reckoned with.


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Listening to Armcast Podcast 17…

A common theme in the Armcast (dead sexy horror) Podcast is the host talking about the various conventions he goes to. I’m so jealous. Many years ago, I think 1994, I went to a science fiction convention in Baltimore. What a blast! I got to meet:

  • Charles Sheffield
  • David Feintuch
  • Larry Niven (I think I scared him…)
  • Senior editor for TOR books (forget his name, hehe — he had a beard)

I got to see Stephen Baxter speak on a panel about something or other (he’s British, no beard).

Totally going to a con again in the next year. In the meantime, I’ll continue to live vicariously through Hugh Howey and Armand Rosamilia and other authors who share their experiences.


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Found a great new podcast: Armcast Podcast with Armand Rosamilia

Ok, so I just started going back through Simon Whistler’s Rocking Self-Publishing podcast, listening to his shows again for lack of anything good to listen to, and heard mention of a new podcast by the very successful indie author Armand Rosamilia: Armcastpodcast.

Primarily a horror fiction podcast, his guests are indie authors and he talks about things indie authors want to hear about.  Episode #11 is particularly helpful for folks interested in the power of the sequel, and it reinforces some of the claims made by the Tattooed Writer in RSPP episode #57.

What a joy to have another great podcast to listen to.


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