Recently, during Digital Book World, Jane and I were in the same place- in the same room, event. A rare event! So we recorded a podcast together about recent author reactions and responses to reviews.
But first, the recorder picked up this weird background noise that might have been subway vibrations or HVAC vibrations due to our being in the basement of a hotel – sounds like wind. I'm really sorry. I couldn't hear them while we were recording but when I played the audio, it sounded like …weirdness. So my apologies (i'm working on being a better editor with each episode). I know it's distracting, like we're chatting together at the top of a wind turbine, and I did what I could to minimize it, but if it bugs the crap out of you, I'm sorry.
No more recording in hotel basements over subway tracks, clearly.
This is a very silly podcast, too, with a lot of links and discussions on goofy things we've seen online.
Here are the books we talk about in this episode:
And here are the links to videos and pages we mention during the podcast:
Authors reading their own reviews aloud
Take off your shirt in a faster way
Shorts that make the dress
- The Pec Pop of Love
This podcast is brought to you by InterMix, publisher of bestselling author Erin McCarthy’s e-book Believe, a sexy romance of redemption, secrets, and seduction…
Phoenix is only two days out of jail when he meets Robin, a party girl with her own secret past. When the past collides with the present, who will find peace? Who will be hurt?
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Our music in each episode is provided by Sassy Outwater, who is most excellent. This podcast features a song called “Ascent of Conival” and it’s by Peatbog Faeries from their CD Dust. You can find them at their website, or at iTunes.
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