What is the number one reason a writer's short story gets rejected? Is it from bad grammar, poorly researched facts, or shaky story structure? These might be the reasons you would think but they aren't the top one I've run across
Double the Charity Fanzines, Double the Fun In the discussion, Sophie Iles speaks about her upcoming Ian and Barbara-themed zine Mild Curiosities, which supports Breast Cancer Now. James and Ben pick her brain about what she'd like to see in submissions,
I remember when I first heard the story behind the Miranda rights. I was reading Police Procedure and Investigation: A Guide For Writers by Lee Lofland (which, if you’re writing anything that involves police and procedure I highly recommend this
Josh Reyonds returns to the show to discuss his recent novel Fabius Bile: Clonelord and plans for the series, Lukas the Trickster, and surprise him with the fact he'll be attending Black Library Live 2018. In addition to that, James and
Overdue: Tales of Mystery and Adventure Returning History’s Lost Books to Circulation Throughout history, great books have been lost. Books with forgotten knowledge; books with information that could rewrite history as we know it; or simply books that could make someone a
M.H. Norris With most networks coming to their season finales, my mind naturally switches to television. It’s no secret that I love television and hope to write for it. It's worthy of study. On a The Flash, Barry and Iris got married
In a extra-length discussion, Kara Dennison joins Ben & James to discuss live-action (and generally American) anime adaptions. Why is Ghost in the Shell a remake and a sequel? Why were any of the Avatar: The Last Airbender choices made?
M.H. Norris We were recording the podcast when our guest, David Annandale, talked about the value of an outline. He countered one of my primary objections, that an outline limits you and is constricting. He even went as far as to
Jon Black's Bel Nemeton Now Available from Amazon UNCOVERING MERLIN’S TOMB A globe-trotting quest for the treasures of the historical Merlin. From the Preditors and Editors Readers’ Poll Award-Winning Author Jon Black… Carvings have been unearthed in the Middle East. They bear impossible names--Arthur and
Get the first two Dead West for .99 cents Only on Amazon Dead West: West of Pale Six-guns, blazing hooves, and the horrors that stalk the night. Everyone brought something from the old country. Grandfather's watch, and grandmother's china; great-grandfather's folklore, and great-great-grandmother's fairy tales.