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On this 9th Episode of Indie Book Rebels, we're had planned to discuss writing Thrillers & Suspense fiction with the very successful Indie author C.E. Martin, but ended up focusing more on a genre the incorporates thrills, suspense, mystery and action all in one fast-paced form, namely Pulp Fiction.
Drawing upon his experience as a USAF veteran and seventeen years as a criminal investigator, C. E. Martin has penned numerous pulp-styled thrillers. A long-time fan of pulp fiction and men's adventure, C.E. was first inspired to write by classics like The Destroyer and Doc Savage. When not authoring the latest in his own Stone Soldiers military thriller series, C.E. can be found watching B-movies with his kids or battling virtual evildoers on X-Box Live.
Fetaured Indie Band WRENCH form Tamarac Florida.
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Dinos Dungeon is dedicated mainly to help boost morale have some fun and feature Indie Artists to help support local music and promote unity. Stand by for more coming from our network with PULP FICTION RADIO as we develope our new studio here in the Sun Coast Florida. Stay Tuned....Dino
The popularity of pulp fiction publishing is on the rise, especially from a collectors angle. Laurie Powers is an enthusiast whose grandfather just happened to be Paul S. Powers, one of the most prolific pulp western writers in the 1930's.
Join us as we talk with Laurie about pulp fiction and her love for the one time popular short story anthologies.
Meet Michael Critzer, the founder and editor of Nex Gen Pulp Fiction Magazine. He is a graduate student in English at Villanova University and has been widely published in numerous publications, including the Love & Romance Poetry Anthology. Listen as Michael takes us for a in depth look at the inner workings of his magazine and his writing venture.
Michael's website is: www.nexgenpulpfiction.com
From Wikipedia.org: Found footage is a genre of film making, especially horror, in which all or a substantial part of a film is presented as discovered film or video recordings, often left behind by missing or dead protagonists.
Terry M. West and Pleasant Storm Entertainment, Inc. present a revolutionary approach to the horror fiction anthology. JOURNALS OF HORROR: Found Fiction is a collection of terror inspired by the mechanics of the found footage horror film. In JOURNALS OF HORROR, the stories presented are horrific encounters committed to paper, item or device and discovered later. Each tale is a case file that has been transcribed from some type of unearthed diary. These tales can be discovered anywhere.
This anthology is filled with some of the hottest talent in the horror fiction genre: P.D. Cacek, Todd Keisling, Glenn Rolfe, Robin Dover, DS Ullery, Essel Pratt, Michael Thomas-Knight, John Ledger, Paul D. Marks, Sonja Thomas, Paula Cappa, Stuart Keane, Darryl Dawson, Crystal Leflar, Lori R. Lopez, Michael Seese, Jeff O’Brien, Matt Hayward, Joseph Ramshaw, Michael McGlade, DJ Tyrer, Wesley Thomas, Regina West, Evan Purcell, Robert McGough, Erik Gustafson, Christopher Alan Broadstone and Robert Holt.
JOH is the first anthology written entirely in epistolary form.
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In the news: Two industry fatalities; Domtar announces major investment at mill; Finch paper announces investment; Cascades selling its boxboard operations in North America; Norbord to buy Ainsworth; Company idling paper machine; Metsä Board says it will grow paperboard business and plans to fully exit paper production; Potlatch completes acquisition; Rayonier appoints new CFO; Georgia-Pacific to invest $6 million at facility; Verso to sell Bucksport mill for $60 million; and much more!
Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.
Listen live at 7 a.m. EST on Monday, 15 Dec 2014, or anytime afterward!
Tonight's guest on A Kind Voice on Books is Washington DC based fiction author, Susan Coll. Her latest work is the novel called The Stager. The story is a layered narrative from a set of dysfunctional characters, set in a posh Bethesda, Maryland gated community. The Stager is a classic and funny portrait of fragile modern day egos, who are unsatisfied, know-it-alls - be they adults, 10 years old, or a rabbit!
Hosted by Jason Lawrence
Writing has been Michelle Cuttino’s passion since grade school, and she is also an avid reader. Cuttino grew tired of books centered on handsome, chiseled men, and long-haired, fair-skinned women who were thin, but very shapely. That wasn't her reality. Since she couldn’t find novels with characters who mirrored those in her daily surroundings, she decided to create them herself. Her mission is to publish content written by and geared towards the plus-size population. Join me in welcoming the self-proclaimed "Queen of Plus-Size Fiction," Michelle Cuttino, who will give us the skinny on the representation of plus-size women in fiction.
Join host Lori Hays for an exciting conversation with author Mark David Gerson for a conversation about his literary journey and his newest book: Birthing Your Book: Even If You Don't Know What It's About
"I like to joke that my Muse tricked me into writing and, in a sense, that's true. In public school and through most of university, I did everything I could to avoid writing. I opted instead for subjects like math; that way, I minimized the dangers of not only being wrong but of being judged harshly for having been wrong.
"But my Muse had other plans, as I write about in Acts of Surrender: A Writer's Memoir. Starting in high school when I was pushed into doing the publicity for two musical theater productions, I was slowly, subtly and unconsciously transformed into the writer I never thought I wanted to be. Within a decade, I was freelancing full-time as a self-taught writer and editor.
"What I have discovered over the years is that The Call To Write is one I can't ignore, which is why I titled my second book The Voice of the Muse: Answering the Call to Write. I can't not write any more than I can't not breathe.
"Today, when I'm not working on my own creative projects, I'm helping to guide others -- writers and non-writers alike -- on theirs. I do it with my books and recordings. I do it in my workshops, webinars and seminars. And I do it one-on-one as a creativity catalyst, a term I invented to take coaching and mentoring to dynamic, more empowered levels.
~ Mark David Gerson
Straight out of Canada, I introduce to you, Virginia Stark! Virginia and husband Tony are the founders of Western Canada’s Premier Speculative Fiction publishing companay, Stark Lite Press.
Join us tonight as Virginia shares the ins and outs of Stark Lite, what it takes to be a writer, and personal experiences in the world of the arts!
For more information, please go to http://starklightpress.com/