In episode 39 of Working Title podcast, I’m joined by Melissa Michelle Green, author of the Fated romance adventure series. She talks about her decision to finally write out the stories that crowded her head, and finding time to do so, while raising a family and working full-time.
October is Vampire Author Month (according to me), so in episode 38 of Working Title podcast, I chat with horror writer, Peggy Christie, about her love of vampires and her explanation of their literary longevity.
October is Vampire Authors Month (according to me), so in episode 37 of Working Title podcast, I speak with Robert Tomoguchi, author of The Scribbled Victims, which he first wrote as a screenplay, and is now a vampire series.
We take a peak at script writing and pitching to producers, his tips for dialogue and plotting, experimenting with Instagram to reach readers, redesigning his book cover and more.
Recorded on: July 28, 2019
Length: 45 minutes
Intro and outro music in the podcast is called, “The Strategy.”
Finding the extraordinary story right in front of you.
In episode 36 of Working Title podcast, I chat with author and scholar Bruce Holsinger. We discuss his latest novel, The Gifted School, and all things research. How the idea for his previous novel sprang from his reviewing centuries-old inventory documents, where you can find allies in your own research, tips for reaching out to subject matter experts, ways to introduce your characters to the reader, and more.
There’s a new press for southern writers called Haywire Books. In episode 35 of Working Title podcast, I chat with author, and now publisher, Jon Sealy about his Haywire Books enterprise, and his strategy to face the challenges of a changing publishing landscape.