J.D. Dudycha has ten years of experience in baseball at the collegiate level. He retired from the sport shortly after the birth of his son. Since his retirement, he developed a love for writing, an outlet he so desperately needed in the absence of playing the game.
His first novel, Paint The Black was published last summer on Amazon and his second, Sitting Dead Red, comes out in February just as pitchers and catchers are getting ready to report for spring training in Arizona and Florida.
The guest is Nathan Lowell, a writer who clearly starts by taking what’s typical and turning it inside out.
Nathan Lowell goes his own way.
Nathan has been writing for only nine years yet has developed multiple series under the broad category of speculative fiction. As you’ll see, he sets a hard-charging pace for his daily production.
Nathan has developed a large and adoring audience. His latest title, In Ashes Born, came out in September of last year and already has drawn 400 reviews on Amazon, carrying a rock solid five-star rating.
You will soon find out why Nathan Lowell has told the big publishers to take a hike.
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Colleen Oakes is making the jump from indie publishing to Harper Collins with a three-book deal based on her prequel to the Lewis Carroll classic, Alice in Wonderland. Her young adult novel Queen of Hearts has been out for two years through an independent publisher but buzz drew the attention of the big New York house and, next May, the book will make a splash on a whole new level, all with two sequels waiting in the wings—the second in 2017 and the third in 2018.
On top of that, Universal Pictures just optioned Queen of Hearts for a movie and asked a top-flight screenwriter to work on the movie adaptation.
Colleen Oakes is the author of the Elly in Bloom Series, the Wendy Darling Series and the upcoming Queen of Hearts Saga. She lives in North Denver with her husband and son. When not writing, Colleen enjoys swimming, traveling, and immersing herself in nerdy pop culture. She has two tiny dogs and an Underwood typewriter.
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