AudioTim 27: Roundtable Podcast, Origin and Destination

Dave Robison and Brion Humphrey of the brand-spankin new Roundtable Podcast helped me produce two hours of podcast gold. This episode is the first hour, split in half by a promo for the Fullcast Podcast, and in it we get to know Dave and Brion. I can’t remember a more comical introduction to two people. In the second half we discuss their goals and format for the Roundtable Podcast. I think they’ve got a great idea, from teaming aspiring authors with amazing pros like Nathan Lowell and J. Daniel Sawyer for brainstorming sessions, to their equally informative “20 minutes with” where they ask their guest host of the week questions on the writing process. If I didn’t like these guys so much I’d say this was my idea all along and they stole it! But, I won’t. Mad props to them for coming up with such an awesome idea. Now, go check them out at www.RoundtablePodcast.com. They just released their Nathan Lowell interview. Stay tuned tomorrow for my release of the second hour of our interview. These guys can talk, but it was a lot of fun.

Links:
Brion’s blog post “Try Something New” about not limiting ourselves in our writing by saying you aren’t able to write something because you’re not an expert in that field.

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About Timothy C. Ward

Timothy C. Ward is a former executive producer and Hugo Nominee of Adventures in SciFi Publishing. He has been broke and lost on the other side of the world and now dreams of greater adventures from his keyboard in Des Moines, Iowa. This summer, he released his second Sand Divers book, Scavenger: A.I., where two parents use an ancient technology to fight a reproducing A.I. while trying to resurrect their deceased infant, and a new series that begins with Godsknife: Revolt, an apocalyptic battle for godhood in the rift between Iowa and the Abyss. Sign up for his newsletter for news, sales, giveaways and more: http://www.timothycward.com/newsletter/.

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