Sinus Infection + Late Term Pregnancy = Fewer Episodes for a While

A while back, a friend, who was about three months ahead of me in her pregnancy, told me that I shouldn’t count on getting a lot done during the last month. I seem to remember she said something along the lines of, “You’ll have less energy than you might anticipate.”

I did not believe her.

It wasn’t that I doubted her veracity. But she was carrying twins and I wasn’t, and this, I reasoned, would make a big difference. Also, as a result of the aforementioned twins, she had been dealing with a number of health difficulties that seemed like they would sap anyone’s vim.

Fast forward three months, and I am looking at a due date coming at me in just four weeks, plus dealing with a persistent sinus infection that is not only turning all my t’s into d’s (not so great for podcasting), but also sending me to bed for naps at least once, if not twice, a day.

So, for the time being, we’re going to play it by ear with the podcasts. We still hope to get back to a weekly schedule, but for now, people probably shouldn’t expect more than one episode every two weeks.

Our next episode will include a review of The Crystal Bridge by Charles M. Pulsipher, as well as an interview of author Seth Harwood. Look for it no later than next weekend.

Thriller – This is Life

This is Life

In this episode of The Indie Book Podcast, we review This is Life, a thriller with a streetwise voice.  We also speak with author M. Louisa Locke, about her book, Maids of Misfortune, and about the flexibility in self-publishing.

Mystery – Maids of Misfortune

Maids of Misfortune

In this episode, we review Maids of Misfortune, a historical mystery that showed us a detailed portrait of Victorian San Francisco. We also speak with author Moses Siregar III, about his book, The Black God’s War, and about the joys and challenges of worldbuilding.