Mar 27, 2016
Warren Hammond is the author of the KOP series of novels -- KOP, Ex-KOP, and KOP Killer -- as well as the standalone The Tides of Maritinia. The first three mash up mystery and sci-fi, the standalone Tides is more of a spy thriller set in a watery, distant planet.
On the podcast, Hammond talks about the inspiration...
Mar 20, 2016
J. L. Abramo was born in the seaside paradise of Brooklyn, New York on Raymond Chandler’s fifty-ninth birthday.
His seventh novel was just published and it's set in the town where he was born. Brooklyn Justice is a series of interconnected stories featuring private eye Nick Ventura.
Abramo is the author of Catching...
Mar 14, 2016
This episode is a live recording from workshop held Saturday, March 12 in Denver at the Ross Cherry Creek Branch Library.
The workshop was designed as a primer for the annual Colorado Gold Contest, which opens April 1.
The workshop was hosted by contest co-chair Pam Novak and veteran contest winner Kevin Wolf.
Mar 13, 2016
The guest this time is Marc Graham--an actor, singer, bard, engineer, Freemason, and whisky aficionado. And writer. Graham just sold "Of Ashes and Dust," his first historical novel, to Five Star. Graham talks about the long journey to publication, his approach to researching historical fiction, his writing process and...
Mar 6, 2016
Wendy Terrien has been writing stories since she was in grade school. Her debut novel The Rampart Guards (February 29, 2016) is the first in her intriguing urban fantasy series.
Inspired by an episode of Bones that suspected a killer to be a fabled chupacabra, Wendy was fascinated and dove into research about...