Andrea Phillips – author of “Revision“, “The Daring Adventures of Captain Lucy Smokeheart” and so much more, returns to the Big Chair at the Roundtable to lend her diverse and refined storytelling mojo in workshopping a tale of death denied and the obsessive allure of creative success.
Our brainstorming feast is provided by creageous Guest Writer Laura Nicole (author, vocal performer, and host of the Gypsy in the Attic podcast), a tale of an obsession so powerful that it defies death… but Death can never be denied. Joined once again by the charming and insightful Dave Thompson as my co-host, we launch into tangled weave of story treads, untying knots (and making a few of our own), until we knit ourselves a tapestry of Literary Gold. Come and get a yard or two for yourself… that “PLAY” button ain’t gonna hit itself (and be sure not to miss Andrea’s exceptional 20 Minutes With… interview!)
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Workshop Episode 88 (Guest Host: Andrea Phillips)
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Andrea is weaving a tapestry of awesomeness…
- Look for “The Mermaid Hunter” – a game in development by Choice of Games – set in the world of The Daring Adventures of Lucy Smokeheart late 2015/early 2016
- Circus of Mirrors, and interactive children’s book published by Imaginary Friend Books, is also coming out soon
- The complete “Daring Adventures of Lucy Smokeheart” gathered in one omnibus edition? Yes please!
- Of course, her novel “Revision” continues to delight and astonish readers
- She’s working on a secret project for Serial Box
- She’s planning on being at World Fantasy Con in November and CONfusion in January
- Do Check out her website where she shares not only her plans for global domination, but her insights on the journey.
- Her Amazon Page is fraught with delights for her many creations!
- Social media is her second home, so be sure to check her out on Facebook and Twitter, too!
David Thompson has much mojo hitting the web…
- Apex Magazine will feature his story “All Things to All People” at the end 2015
- Beneath Ceaseless Skies will show case his tale “Blessed Are Those Who Have Seen and Not Believed” also towards the end 2015
- And his “Aaaaand Welcome Back” Anthology – a collection of his own stories, including new tales never before published – will soon be available for all to enjoy
- His blog is an excellent way to stay on top of all his doings.
- Follow him on the Twitters and the Facebooks