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Coffin Hop Stop #6: Thomas Smith

Welcome to interview six from this channel of the Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour. Thomas Smith is described as, “…one of those outstanding Southern writers – seemingly soft, languid, maybe even lazy, when actually what he is, is cotton wrapped about a razor. Half the time you don’t even know he’s gotten you until it’s […]

Matching Podcast Length with Audience Preference

Everything about this picture makes me impatient, including the word "Loading."

One of the benefits to listening to podcasts is the freedom to listen on your time schedule. iTunes saves your progress (unless you accidentally touch the forward arrows), so that you can pick up where you left off at your convenience. A little over a year ago, I started two podcasts: AudioTim, and the Holy […]

Drooling Over My To Read Pile

First, I apologize for not posting a Saturday Spotlight this past weekend. It’s my first time missing it, and I’m sorry. I took my brother in law snowboarding and developed a massive headache afterwards that left me not wanting to do anything but drink water and stare at my laptop. I read a lot of […]

Managing My Podcast Platform

It is truly a blessing to have a foot in the writing podcast market, but with my ability to podcast comes the problem of having too many shows. My goal isn’t to be a podcaster, but to be an author. I podcast because I want to learn from other writers and heads in the field, […]