Mercedes Yardley‘s literary voice is singular, beautiful, and striking in its poignant honesty. If you read anything from her marvelous canon – including “Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love“, “Nameless: The Darkness Comes” or the newly released “Pretty Little Dead Girls” – you will discover tales that defy category (she calls them “whimsical horror”) and will be a splash of wonder that will wake up and delight you.
Joined by author Paul Ellis, we dive into an astonishing 20(ish) minutes of writerly discourse, exploring the nature of believability in genre fiction, celebrating the small victories, the relationship between writer and reader and more. There were several “ah-ha” moments for us in this one, and I’ll bet you’re gonna find some, too. Click “PLAY” and find out. 😉 (and after you hear this, you’re gonna be as pumped as we are for Mercedes’s Workshop episode).
PROMO: The We Be Geeks Network
Showcase Episode: 20 Minutes with Mercedes Yardley
[caution: mature language – listener discretion is advised]
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