Listen up! It’s that month, the wonderful month of October when all horror aficionados feel the hair on the back of their necks began to prick like tiny ants marching up and down their tingling spines.
Amy Eye has ousted me as the Hostess with the Mostess and is conducting this interview of the delightfully creepy J.G. Faherty herself.
It was one of those rushed kind of days where I have learned that “good enough” is better than stressing or not at all. The end though, talking with author Bracken Macleod about his book, Mountain Home, was worth it.
He was nice enough to read parts of his book to us, and the story was so well written and tightly packed with the story meat rather than fat… I didn’t want him to stop. I’m purchasing a copy of Mountain Home as soon as this post is done and I’m looking forward to diving back into this world he created.
In the meantime, be sure to listen to tonight’s interview to hear this brilliant book for yourself. Here’s a little bit about Bracken from his bio on Amazon:
Bracken MacLeod has worked as a martial arts teacher, a college philosophy instructor, at a children’s non-profit, and as a criminal and civil trial attorney. While he does his best to avoid using the law education, he occasionally finds uses for martial arts and philosophy. His work has appeared in Sex and Murder Magazine, The Siren’s Call e-zine, and twice in Every Day Fiction. He also has stories in the anthologies, The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, Anthology: Year One, and most recently in Femme Fatale: Erotic Stories of Dangerous Women from Go Deeper Press.
His first novel, MOUNTAIN HOME, is available from Books of the Dead Press.
Listen in to tonight’s show as we welcome Amy back to interview Micheal R. Collings, a two-time finalist for the Horror Writers Association annual Bram Stoker Award, once for poetry and once for non-fiction.
Micheal R. Collings has written over 120 books, including bestselling horror novels, mysteries, science fiction, non-fiction (with Stephen King as a specialty) and poetry.
A professor emeritus from Pepperdine University, he is a professional editor and reviewer as well, with multiple contributions at JournalStone.com, Hellnotes.com, and in the print journal DARK DISCOVERIES. Come have a listen to the best show by authors, for authors.
Listen in! Welcome to another Tuesday and another episode of Journal Jabber! Tonight’s guest is Jonathon Gunger, author of 34/4, a novel set in the town of Niceville… the same town I currently live in.
Tonight I’d like to welcome Sable Hunter, author of erotic novels such as Cowboy Heat and Finding Dandi. Yes, ironic that one of her books is called Finding Dandi, my online moniker for the last five years or so. Wouldn’t it be funny if we knew each other already by different names? Things are sure to heat up tonight on Journal Jabber.
Rhonda is a member of the steering committee for the annual National Black Book Festival in Houston, which is in its fifth year. Also, she’s putting in hard work towards her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University.
Rhonda currently lives in Pearland, Texas, with her husband and four children. Her first novel, Call It What You Want, was released by Tea and a Tome Publishing in March 2007. She is currently working on several other novels and a screenplay. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found wrangling kids or reading way more than she should be.
Tonight’s show is sponsored by The Eyes for Editing, your one stop solution for all your editing needs.
Welcome to another Tuesday on Journal Jabber! We have a special treat with this show because this Tuesday you are going to hear two authors instead of just one, the dynamic writing duo of Sherry Ficklin and Tyler Jolley, the authors of the upcoming book, Extracted.
The first book in The Lost Imperials series, Extracted is due to be released 11-12-13 by Spencer Hill Press. Please join us in welcoming these two fine authors to the show. Listen in!
Join us for another night of Journal Jabber awesomness as we fill your evening, and ears, with all things jabbery. Tonight’s guest is Laura Anne Gilman, authoress of of the popular Cosa Nostradamus novels for Luna,among others. Tonight’s interview will be conducted by Angela Yuriko Smith, co-hostess on the show.
Laura Anne Gilman is the author of the popular Cosa Nostradamus, and the award-nominated The Vineart War trilogy, as well as a story collection called Dragon Virus. She has also written under the pen name L.A. Kornetsky.
Whether you listen in live or tune in later, tonight is another amazing show full of author-y wisdom you will not want to miss… Click here to listen in!