A few years ago, author and fellow IU minion Melissa Pearl shared a little gem: radio journalist and book guy Bill Thompson, who had interviewed thousands of authors since 1985. In addition to his other work, Bill also did a little podcast on the side called The Bookcast, focusing on indie authors. We’ve been stalking him ever since. (Just kidding. Okay, not so much.) Bill is so good. Great with questions, easy to talk with, and gets right down to the issues. For some reason, he keeps inviting me back. If you have a few minutes, I hope you’ll listen to what resulted from my latest visit, where we talked about Playing Charlie Cool. Thank you for your time! http://www.thebookcast.com/indie-author-interview-laurie-boris-playing-charlie-cool/
Melissa Bowersock is a prolific writer with a sharp eye. She’s also a fellow IU minion. One day she picked me up on her virtual private plane, plied me with tasty adult beverages, and asked me a few questions on her Wordlovers blog about my new book: what the heck I was thinking, mainly. We even got to talk about editing. I hope you’ll swing by, spend some time with us, and leave a comment. Thank you!
If you’d like, you can pre-order Playing Charlie Cool from Amazon right now.
Now back to your regularly scheduled kitten videos and bacon jokes.
Fascinating podcast interview with A.C. Flory, author of VOKHTAH, on where she drew inspiration for her characters and the world of this unusual and riveting story.