In this episode, we review The Black God’s War, an epic fantasy that was chock full of fascinating characters. We also discuss the war heating up between Amazon and traditional publishers, and speak with author David Raterman about his book, The River Panj, and about the tension between earning a steady paycheck and striking out on your own.
My co-host, Mark, has a ton of business tasks on his shoulders this weekend, which means that we won’t be able to put together an episode as usual. We’ll be back next weekend, though, when we’ll be reviewing The Black God’s War, a fantasy by Moses Siregar III.
In this episode, we review The River Panj, a thriller that took us on an insightful tour of Tajikistan. We also talk with author Nick Cole, about his book The Old Man and The Wasteland, and about the many choices writers have when entering the modern marketplace.
In this episode, we review John Locke’s Saving Rachel, a thriller that took us on a wild ride. We also discuss the Kindle Fire, and talk with author Christian Cantrell about his book, Containment, and about the virtues of writing one’s self into a corner.