Sunday, February 14, 2016

My First Radio Interview

The guys over at SciMAX Radio were kind enough to offer me an interview last week.  SciMax has a heavy emphasis on scifi, and they've been able to snag a number of great interviews with some notable names, such as actress Sean Young and Robert Picardo of Star Trek: Voyager.





It was great fun, and I enjoyed myself immensely. If you have an opportunity, I hope you'll try to catch it. 

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    1. Thanks. I hadn't done anything like that before and it was a lot of fun.

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    2. Is there a new update on the time line for book 5?

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    3. He answered in a different part of the blog

      "I'm shooting to finish it in the next week. (Keep your fingers crossed.)"

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  2. I've been updating people on your Amazon author page on your status. At some point I started working for you and didn't even notice.

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    1. If you work for me, then - by proxy - you actually work for my wife. Welcome to the club.

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    2. Let's unionize.

      We needs a catchy mascot and motto.

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  3. My birthday is March 4. It would be great...wink wink....if I could wake up and read this book...no wait I have a job. Wait what am I saying, I read your books while I should be working all the time.

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    1. Job? We don't need no stinking job! Go on and read!

      As to the March 4 birthday: in honor of this momentous occasion, there will at least be another excerpt posted by then.

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  4. Book zombies being bred to hunt authors. Only way to ward them off is to write faster....

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    1. LOL! They'll be chomping on George R.R. Martin long before they get to me...

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  5. True... but there are different breeds of the zombies for each genre....

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    1. we've already seen what superhero zombies do

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