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Mik Murdoch, Boy superhero is almost ready for the Advanced Reader Copies to go out. I’m busy proofing the galley right now. In fact, I stopped working on it to get this episode ready for you. Exciting times!
I also wanted to put the word out to all of you mad scientists out there. Jeffrey Hite and I are co-editing an anthology of advice for the up-and-coming supervillain. Submissions are open until May 31. We have some good submissions so far, but we need more. If you are interested, check out http://madscientistanthology.wordpress.com/.
Finally, before we get into the show I wanted to mention that it is once again Parsec awards season. I would dearly love to have Get Published nominated again. If you have enjoyed Get Published and think it should be in the running, please go to www.parsecawards.com and nominate the show. I believe the category it best fits in is: Best Podcast about Speculative Fiction Content Creation. Nominations should now be open.
In today’s show, I’m happy to have JR Murdock back with another of his Unorthodox Writing Tips. This time he is talking about time.
I also have a fantastic guest: Paul E. Cooley, also known as the fiendmaster to his friends and fans. Paul and I talk about a lot of things but most especially, self-publishing and what he has been doing to achieve success.
That’s the lineup for today. I hope you enjoy the show.
00:00 — Opening – Get Published Episode 81 – Paul E. Cooley, The Fiendmaster, Speaks
Everything has to start somewhere and this is the start of “Get Published”
00:14 — Introduction – Get Published Episode 81 – Paul E. Cooley, The Fiendmaster, Speaks
Welcome to the show.
03:48 -Tips and Typos
JR Murdock talks about Tracking Time in another Unorthodox Writing Tips
06:52 - Promo – Parsec Awards
07:29 — Get Published Episode 81 – Paul E. Cooley, The Fiendmaster, Speaks (continued)
Paul E. Cooley (aka “The Fiendmaster”) talks about a number of things:
- publishing co-ops
- editor/author relationships
- writing a story that spans centuries and the research involved
- state of eBooks (both advantages and disadvantages)
- eBooks vs. Paper
- MyWrite software he has developed
- Self-publishing and why he has chosen this path
53:38- Promo - Flying Island Press
54:23 — Closing
Thank you for listening.
Websites mentioned in this episode:
Paul E. Cooley – http://shadowpublications.com/
JR Murdock - http://jrmurdock.com/
A Method to The Madness: A Guide To The Super Evil - http://madscientistanthology.wordpress.com
Parsec Awards - http://www.parsecawards.com/
Flying Island Press - http://flyingislandpress.com/
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