A new year, a new decade, a new name for the podcast and, finally, a new episode!
A.M. Freeman joins the podcast to talk about her latest project and how you can help back it. Find out more about it, and her, by listening to the podcast below and by checking out her website
here. The podcast should also be up on iHeartRadio and iTunes by the end of today. You may have to look for it under the old name for now: A Scribe’s Journey.
Season 2 / Episode 1 : A.M. Freeman
Angelique L’Amour, daughter of legendary western author Louis L’Amour, joins us for a bonus 2019 episode of the show. And since its a bonus episode, you get bonus show, almost double what we normally run.
Hang around for the closing for big news on several upcoming anthologies you won’t want to miss out on.
You can also listen to the show on
iHeartRadio, right here.
Here’s a photo of her on the set of Conagher, based on one of her father’s amazing stories, that she had a role in alongside Sam Elliott.
Caroline Giammanco is our season one finale guest. She talks about her non-fiction books that takes an insiders look at what happens behind the walls of our prison system.
Its a great show, despite the mike problem for the host at the end. Fortunately, Caroline’s mike was working just fine.
Author Armand Rosamilia joins the show to talk about the multiple genres (including horror!) that he writes in and his upcoming new book set to release in January.
Stick around after for a lot of big news and a special holiday close to the show!!!
VIDEO: Show 39
AUDIO: Show 39
Our scheduled guest canceled so host Richard Paolinelli takes advantage of the free time to talk about writing short stories for anthologies and magazines.
It’s a great way for new writers to hone their craft before taking on the big novel project.
Check out the video here:
or give it, or any of our previous shows, a listen on:
or even right here:
Brazilian author and lawyer Adriana Gavazzoni is this week’s guest. We talk about her award-winning trilogy, writing legal non-fiction and even writing legal briefs for court.
Its a great show, despite some tech issues – the joys of trying to video conference from the other side of the planet – and we’re looking forward to have her back on the show next year.
Dystopian writer Leo Champion joins us from Sydney, Australia this week to talk about his series as well as his multi-national journey along the writer’s path.