Update

Here's an update, it'll be not so short and a little less than sweet. Writing has taken a back seat... Years ago I came into the world of writing guns blazing ready to be the next King or Rowlings.  That determination felt wonderful!  An accomplishment towards a goal with each sentence written, along the way …

IB Thanks You

    In case you haven't noticed The Indie Beginning Podcast has turned off it's microphone for 2019. Each author we have interviewed has been a wonderful addition to not only our ears, but our book shelves as well and we hope to read more of your wonderful stories in the future. We thank you …

Character Development as a Discovery Writer: An Interview With Indie Author James Wymore.

//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/8007758/height/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/direction/backward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/7f1c9b/ This week we spoke to James Wymore about his tale Theocracide and character development traps. If you missed last week’s episode where Marie introduced Theocracide head back to episode 42. He has a great take on discovery writing and some sound advice for those who have always wanted to write, but felt it isn’t …

Theocracide: An Audiobook Introduction

//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/7922108/height/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/direction/backward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/7f1c9b/ Theocracide: An Audiobook Introduction Aliens bent on conquering the world are closing in on a weakened America. Epidemic alien-flu leaves people afraid to go outside their homes. The Undying Emperor is drafting Americans of all ages despite the plummeting population. Nobody really cares. Jason, like everyone else, lives in a fantasy facilitated by computer …

Werewolves and Weapons: Keeping Popular Subject Matter ‘Fresh’ In Your Writing.

This week the Indie Beginning Podcast brings our listeners an interview with indie author MacCraw where we discuss his novel Ravage: Apocalypse of Wolves and how he kept the popular theme of werewolves fresh. If you missed the introduction that Benjamin Franke read or just want a refresher before the discussion head back to episode …