AudioTim 17: Michell Plested of Get Published Podcast

Today’s Saturday Spotlight is going to combine with my newest AudioTim episode as a Podcasting Spotlight. If you’re looking for some five-star fiction, I just posted my review of One Buck Horror:Volume Four, which has at least two five-star short stories, and two more that are a real close four-star. In this episode of AudioTim, I interview Michell Plested of the Get Published Podcast to discuss his podcast. We cover equipment, software, podcasting strategies, and how he combines podcasting with being a writer.

It may be a week or so for itunes to catch this, as I’m moving from hosting my files on Posterous, to hosting them here on my website. Thank you in advance for your patience in this transition. You can download the episode here in the meantime. You can subscribe on iTunes (HERE) to download and listen to all the episodes.

Links mentioned in show:

Michell’s audiobook, Galaxy Billies on
The Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy
I Should Be Writing
Space Casey
Fullcast Podcast

Software and Hardware:
Audio Hijack Pro
Call Graph
BluBrry Podcast Plugin for WordPress
Blue Snowball Mic
Zoom H1 Handy Recorder

About Timothy C. Ward

Timothy C. Ward is a former Executive Producer for Adventures in SciFi Publishing. His debut novel, Scavenger: Evolution, blends Dune with Alien in a thriller where sand divers uncover death and evolution within America's buried fortresses. Sign up to his author newsletter for a free ebook before it releases March 31 and a chance to win a signed paperback. His first printed story, "The Bomb in the President's Bathroom," released in the Amish SciFi anthology, Tales from Pennsylvania. Signed copies are available in his store: Spike Publishing.

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