Here are some awesome podcasters and interviewers who've been nice enough to have me on recently to talk about the YOUNG JUNIUS Special Edition launch.
Paul Elard Cooley: this dynamite dude has been podcasting superior horror, sci-fi content for long enough to draw serious attention from everyone in the space. His work is great, he's awesome to talk to, and our interview is here.
Next up is the supremely talented James Melzer who not only brought me in for an interview, but also posted Jennifer Hudock's awesome review of YOUNG JUNIUS in one solid episode here. James's first book, The Zombie Chronicles: Escape is not only fully-available as a podcast, but will also be published this March (2011) from Permuted Press and Pocket Books. Can't wait to see that! Also, a bigtime congrats are in order for James and Jennifer because they're getting married this fall!
Actually, Jennifer just dropped an awesome blog post about the release here on her site. I love it! She's calling on all her peeps to "Holla back, yo!" Check out her free podcast novel Goblin Market and you can buy her short stories from Dark Journeys here (on the cheap)!
Next interview comes from way Down Under with Australia's Joanna Penn (The Creative Penn), a writer, social media strategist, and trailblazer of innovative publishing strategies from jump! Her books From Idea to Book and From Book to Market should be at the top of your list of must-reads if you're a new author. Want something free? Check out her Author 2.0 ideas and free pdf to get some thoughts on what strategies you might try. We did a great interview on new publishing paradigms and author marketing here.
In my interview with Joanna, you'll hear us talk about someone you definitely already know and love, the one and only J.C. Hutchins. Though J.C. has recently "retired" from podcasting, he's still in all of our hearts and minds. If you haven't already listened to his 7th Son Trilogy, you're definitely missing out! You can also get the first book in the series, 7th Son: Descent now from St. Martin's Press. See his blog here and the interview is live to click and listen HERE! J.C. has innovated more than anyone I know save for Scott Sigler. He's a writer to always watch!