AudioTim 20: Michell Plested, Author Interview

Today’s episode is part two of three interviews I’ve done with Michell Plested. This time we talked about some good news he had from World Fantasy Con, some things he’s learned editing his book, Mik Murdoch: Boy Superhero (published by Five Rivers Publishing), some info on his Boy Scouts of the Apocalypse zombie story and upcoming anthology, and then some general encouragement related to NaNoWriMo. I should have part 3 up in a couple days. Mike is taking requests for ARCs of Mik Murdoch (Advanced Reader Copies – ARC’s) – email with the subject of “ARC” to have him send you one. Mike had an interview recently discussing his publishing experience with updated news on his book. Also, his Boy Scouts of the Apocalypse is now being serialized as part of the Action Pack Podcast.

In case you’re wondering why this interview sounds a little disjointed, it’s because I cut this half off the first episode (AudioTim17), where I interviewed him about his podcast, Get Published.

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Did you learn anything from Michell’s advice? What have you learned from your most recent editing?

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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