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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

03:06 min | 13 hrs ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"I think twitter's shell scott one and my facebook. I you can just find me. Michelle scott as well short and look for anybody listening report links to all of those addresses on the shore night's episode. That's part of the episode so that people can easily find you if they want to go to the show nights. That would be great. And and i i. I'll answer really you know if people have questions if they wanna right if they have questions about writing or they have questions. I mean really anything i've had. I actually had helped quite a few people who've written me about book writing. And and you know what's what's my advice and that kind of thing so i would love to have readers reach out. That's wonderful michelle. Look thank you so much for talking. Today it's been tremendous fan would look forward to the bit flick series whenever it happens. Thank you. I really appreciate it. I enjoyed it too. I appreciate you having me on. That's wonderful by now. Bye bye take care. Thanks for listening to the joys of venture reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at dub dub dub dot the joys of venturing dot com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on itunes or a similar provider so you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading the joys of bench reading podcast put together with fantastic technical help from dan. Cotton and abe rebels. Dan is an experience sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project. Seek out at d. C audio services at g mild dot com that steve for daniel c. For charlie audio services x gm dot com or check casher nights. he's fast. He takes pride in getting it right and he's great to work with a voice. I was done by abe rebels another. Gm of sound and screen has tweet years of experience on both sides of the camera slash mike refine as a cameraman director and also as the voice artist and tv preceding. I think you'd a gray that has voice is both lighthearted and wool. He is super easy to work with. No matter what the job you'll find him at a a b e anche point and shoot dot car dot insead as i say the full details in the show notes on the website. That's it for now. Thanks for listening. Hopefully see you next week i..

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"People who are in their seventies as very very happy and fulfilled in their lives instead of like what society paint. Says you know that they're lonely people living in home. That don't really talk to anybody. You know what i mean. yeah during what. It's the severity of yours. Towards diversity inequality exited exceeding malate is. Because i i'm writing basically abo- what my grandfather's rely and one of the characters is loosely based on my father in law who has pass recently and it made it all the more difficult and poignant to be looking at the book and turning it over knowing that. That's wonderful rozelle. It's great so that one is obviously still in the same kind of genre. The kind of slightly fabulous lovely poetics sort of writing that you do it still in that genre is booked for going to be a change of pace at also in that framework. I wanted to be different l. Still have the fabulous. But i want to push it closer to where fantasy is okay. Yeah and i. Yes i still have to pitch my editor and say hey. I really want to disconnect. Please thank you very much so you obviously are attracted to fantasy because you mentioned some of your earlier books were also and do you read fantasy yourself. I read it. I consume it and media. Like i just i love watching fantasy like shows and it's just. It's just something that i've always loved yet. I wanted to. It's not that. I don't love writing women's fiction or a fabulous i do. I enjoy it. But i also really do love fantasy and i want to be able to move closer towards dot eventually. Yes yeah yeah okay. It's great we are coming to the individual time to give his I'm just wondering. Do you enjoy hearing from your readers. And where can they find you online. I do especially when they have such wonderful things to say. I mean i say that. I say that with all sincerity and that there is not said i received from from readers. Who are who bright me and tell me i am. I'm chinese. i'm chinese filipino. And it's really wonderful to discover your books and see myself in it in these stories and it was something that it was something that i've always wanted to do as a kid where i wanted to read books when i was younger. That showed mirrors of me and there were many available so they wouldn't have pain. I saw on your blog about crazy. Rich asians the movie and you had saints of excitement about saying that movie on the on the mainstream cinema. Didn't cherry it is. It's 'cause the last time. I saw an all asian cast was a blockbuster was joy luck club and that was in. That wasn't the nineties. Yeah that's right readers can find me on. I'm most active on twitter at brazelle writer. And it's the same handle for instagram. That i that i'm also on. My website is roselle. Limb dot com. And if they ever want to reach me. There is a contact form. They're all wonderful. That really sets fantastic. Been great talking to diet really really has thank you so much is given us a different sort of saints of seeing to your world which has been marvelous. Thank you so much for having me. Jenny you too. Thanks for listening to the joys of injury reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at dub dub dub dot the joys of binge reading dot com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading the have been reading. Podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from dan. Cotton and abe raffles. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project. Him out at d c audio services at g mail dot com that steve daniel cpa charlie audio services x gm out dot com or check casher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting it right. And he's great to work with a voice over a done by a breakfast. And now the gm of sound and scream. I m has to two years of experience on both sides of the camera slash microphone as a cameraman director and also as voice artist and tv. Presenter i think you'd a grey that his voice is lighthearted and he is super easy to work with no matter what the job you'll find him at a a e. at point and shoot dot car dot insead as i say the full details in the sharon arts on the website. That's it for now. Thanks for listening. Heartfully see you next week..

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"dan cotton" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

07:27 min | 7 months ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Round. In. Hurts my heart. Easy to fall back on just always a guy with a gun in a revenge trip and and you don't get go anywhere with it. If. They saw an ethics that such a great job with PTSD that a lot of veterans need. So that they can get help and stuff like that. It's just like, I'd like to see that more in the book. Yet, John Burnt all just personified that on. So many different levels with that that that level of trauma his body language everything about that was Unmistakably you know the character yet and that sheltered daredevil exists because they definitely from a ladder like ninety. Yeah my favorite aired. A lot of people to the nuances of. Air Delay Minded old you blind anywhere read Sue Oh. Oh. Yeah. Well. That was the funny thing watching it. You know my son and you know just came to that conclusion of, yeah. Fog is a pretty awesome lawyer Matt. He's got his moments but in. I don't really know. Lawyer anymore. Do Do you watch do you watch the show like differently after Britain the character for so long just are you just like Oh that's cool. How did that or an opponent did that or you know? It was a really good experience actually watch the show and and and come back into it both as a professional on the character and personally a little bit too because my son was right at the age where he was finally getting to the point where he was enjoying the characters, you'd come up through lot of the marvel cinematic universe stuff and be charged up about that. So earlier on, you know in dad written wrote comics. Wasn't. So interesting to him now suddenly dad comics, there's a character dad wrote and while they didn't necessarily pick up on a lot of the things. I did there was at least one or two I had named the the chased. Group and so then when they when they named check that that was nice and and while the costume they ultimately gave him wasn't the costume that Scott mcdaniel at designed the whole the whole theory we have behind that costume of like you're gonNA. Help. I can swear and I swear on your podcast. Okay. If I just a little bit, you're getting the shit kicked out of you. You know it it's it's okay if you got something aside from Dan Cotton and we took a lot of grief for that when we had that rationale in the in the fall from grace story and so to have him show up in a not body armor but something that was more protective was a little bit of fun little validation. So I, definitely watched it and appreciate it what they were doing thought. They did extremely well as opposed to be in say the Ben Affleck you know movie many years ago where it was like. You're trying to get through the day. Although I did like the shower scene in there with you know where he just be covered at one and you know we spitting out his teeth. Just, he's gotten he's got knocked around quite badly. Yeah. We'll speaking of that suit and Scott mcdaniel I mean I love Scott mcdaniel night wings like my favorite. DC, character over there. So I loved his run in the nineties on night wing I've talked. Other creators. Did you ever observer thing I don't know if it's Alright feel this, but it's like. Ray Story a certain way based on who you have drawing it. Oh, absolutely, if you're in sync with the partner that you're working with that, that's the best thing you do. You know you learn about each other and you learn what you want. What you WanNa do but also what you're good at if you know if an artist hates drawing horses, this is very minor sort of thing you don't you know suddenly put a a western CNN or or you know out the Horse, ranch? Some people do that but you're not playing to the strengths of what somebody does and you're also not playing to the the interest they have. So once you get into a rhythm and I. Had the good fortune working with some really talented people across a lot of the titles I worked on and I think I was pretty simpatico with the relationships that we had. So you get into a rhythm and and you you're able to to play to those drinks and would Scott especially you know think Scott came into his own. If you look at when he came on the book, He had a certain style that he was. Trying out maybe you know it it was more I would say almost cartoony style. Perhaps, and then when he began to explore the lines in the shadows and the weights that he began really on on the fall from grace story, and then he continued through the rest of our time working on the book and then the Electra. Tyler itself I. Think he really he has he would do right I could write a scene and because we had a a level of understanding I, knew how it was going to come to life. So I could then give him certain things that I knew. He would. He really turn into a terrific action, a terrific emotion or or whatever. And and also fall from grace. I also heard like you've been planning for Loud Ping Electra back. Do you remember if they take the exact point was at the beginning of your run where you started thinking about bringing her back or? Well. You know electric was always out there. Right and that was the big thing that was always in conversation and there was A. An, unspoken. Handshake deal I think between Ralph Macho and whose the editor and and Frank Miller that elector would not come back. So we never pressed on it hard electrodes obviously a very strong character and a big part of Matt Murdock daredevil existence in life every now, and again, we'd sort of say, Hey, you know what about them? What about doing some with Elektra maybe not millet it. Let's let's leave that alone plenty of other things to to kind of work with, but it was really So there wasn't a big plan from say you know when we finish three hundred let's start planning on bringing Electra back soon for our next. Maybe big big thing. But it was as we started thinking about what would become fall from grace we're GONNA hit the thirtieth anniversary right by the time we hit fall from grace. the end of that What's what's a big thing we could do and we were riffing on things. We're GONNA of course, knock around. Matt Murdock's life again because why not Or going to do some, you know hopefully, extraordinary things were talk about a new. You know maybe a look for it. Maybe this'll be a springboard for some some other ideas and then in that conversation actually Ralph I think introduced the idea finally you know we were pushing for in Ralph said, well, what about something you know with with? Electra and we said really And and then as we began to think about what the story could be, you know, then that's what That's really the time line for that planning. So probably you know when a restart planning on that three, fifteen, three, fourteen around that time is really when the the real planning began That's when it probably came into real conversation and to me that's As. Much of what the title refers to you know is her as much as anything that happens to to Matt as you put up that big signpost, the axles at three fourteen were Matt having the nightmare about Electra. Okay. So you're telling us she's GONNA come. Clean. Teasing. Jesus something..

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

07:47 min | 7 months ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Love it and. The extent according to speedway and rice run up till I was pregnant. And then when my kids that just about three threes guy but started rising speedway. And my dad did was to rising and. Just go back into absolutely now that we it's a big family thing for us. My Dad myself and kids in my husband's AH safe crew and logo go rising and we absolutely love. It tasted. Tuning to a career sort of question. Is the ones that. The, if done more than any other, that's helped to make a go of it as a writer. What would you consider to quite quotes the secret of your succeed I think that's my upbringing you know, i. I don't have a of confidence but. Again I have the ability to give things. A girls always rise to have a guy unite from a young age always. Getting helping the truck and have a guy will do they soon do that and I learnt pre early on that. Some of the my scary seems to attempt can be the most rewarding I tend to push pastas phase and sign with riding these spoken, sending it off or what have I got to lose can't lose when you having a guy. So I'm always have got anything is nice. Seeing is fire these practice design on the farm me Flint Semi many power tools in. Absolutely, love it offending you passion this I having a guy is our mount amidst. Fabulous. We asked to come to the end about time to give this tune into the aspect of binge reading the joys of bedridden is the name of this podcast. We always like to check in with us to say what folks they like to read. There's a series of something that I really find my seductive in. Terms of the arrayed edge have you got any old as the chicken Minchin net you Benjamin needle that you find quite addictive and you want to read everything they mission definitely I stumbled across Sarah Masses boobs and Fifth Ryan Glass Series was just to die for way I totally out through that whole series and it worked its way through my whole family you will ended up bit addicted side following recommends. To fantasy with some Roy mates. Loved books. Case It. So third kind around looking back over the years now at the stage view during it, all again is sue anything that you'd change. I don't think. So because I think. Loss experience was just building me up to this point, my life of being an older. Experienced different jobs I did leaning to touch type at College I. Think it applied a special pot into you know where of ended up? Yeah. You must've had very definite natural talent to to have had such an amazing Kinda on try without head is years of having to submit manuscripts. Thanks that says a lot for your natural. Talent somehow yeah. It's had any study did you go union of read books enough watched movies and adjust organically happens I can't tell people our book I started chapter one and just naturally end where the book needs to end with Rot Wade, count and. Eggs at well somehow and. So. What is next for Fianna the writer in terms of the needs twelve months when you win the cycle with the Bam at the moment. I'm not quite sure seasons for harvest in has coming up as as yeah about meet up. Taiba. I'm in the process of finishing my finish by fish draft give it a raid stolen memories, cooling it for the moment, and then I'll send that off to my publish. And she'll read through and then we have some structural edits raffle harvest. We don't try and get them done and then Y- swinging to harvest in in January apob have the back some more. It's through January February basis of its Dwayne work and. The idea work she'll be saddled on after that. We've got a trip in April next up to. North way going up past postcard Janey and where she hitting carafe because it's the State Todd Virginia's and my son's going to rice in that. So we're GONNA stop at Carrageenan Y, which if knowledge is what carry Giannis look it up it's absolutely magnificent So that's something special way up north in state we're going to check out and I'm going to sit next as side. And Tasting I guess it's a bit had to with books at the moment by not sure how much the pandemic might be to new wasted astride a bet. You've mentioned that you do like two guys A. Dirt Book Mason's. Joe. Enjoy having the chance to make your readers town of about. The raiders way they can find online. Definitely, I mean being way at squad quite a trick but I'm used to being in a car and that's why being online is important. He can access or Mutt rate is through Social Media very active on instagram and facebook and twitter. But a stew love hitting to. I'd say the stadium, but also regional areas February, very lucky had an amazing Vince W way. Qaida. Everything. Sort of feels so much as normal becky, but a missed out on. Doing some trips I've erased doing some events of the day which normally you'd feeding but I've learned so many things during zoom meetings in bits and pieces. That's. Great and fabulous. Just for paper listing, we will not lead to all of your social media the initial nights to the that we publish as a blog post with the off site paper Obama to find those legs online in the in the Shinai. That'd be awesome. Thanks Jenny how far you're with the jazz series? Is there another one of those books in the often somewhere? Why back they not date think about writing another one in having spin off series. But my focus is carnival mainstream boobs and founding at the moment. So until that sodas the why I if he took off just went crazy, then he'll be back and wrought MORONA. Will it's been wonderful a chance to talk Fiat and thank you so naturally being with us today and I think what you've achieved is tightly remarkable. Thank you Jenny. Thanks for writing. Thanks for listening to the joys of eating podcast. You can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of Binge Reading Dot Com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions. You'd like us to interview next, and if you enjoyed the show, take a moment to subscribe on I tunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading. The joys of bench reading podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from Dan cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer whose radiant available to help you with your next project..

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Would put links towards guys social media contacts your website and your books in the shower nights that we published with each log prices so people will be able to find you easily just by going to the weep sides are thanks very much. Jenny. Thanks for listening to the joys of binge reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of venture reading Dot Com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading. The Jewish have been reading. Podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experienced sound video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project. Seek him out at D C Audio Services at G MAIL DOT COM that Steve for Daniel CPA Charlie Audio Services X. amount dot com or cheek Asher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting it right. And he's great to work with a voice I was done by a repose another the GM of sound and scream. I'm has tweet. Two years of experience on both sides of the camera slash microphone as a cameraman to her and also as a voice artist and TV presenter. I think you'd a grey that. His voice is bud light hearted and he is super easy to work with no matter. What the job. You'll find him at a a B. A point and shoot dot car DOT INSEAD as I say the full details in the Sharon arts on the website. That's it for now. Thanks for listening. Hurt police your next week.

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"On on magnetic island which is just off the coast here. That's another idyllic setting that I had a lot of some northbound yes and instead of paying one or two a penguin. That's the penguin Yeah and that's That actually you you remember Freia The friend of the day in which then splits story. Oh Great Yeah Yeah. So Daisy Has a very minor role in this book. I liked to have little links. Sometimes between you know the books Yeah but this is a story and It's a story about surrogacy. That's what this is gifts. Close when she young players had a surrogate baby for her to star who within social and She thought she was doing this. Amazing generous thing but it turned out to have ramification she'd never expected. Actually it's funny that you mentioned about link because when you see it earlier that you you had been partly prompted by a friend who'd gathered her family and even breath Christmas displays through my mind or could be another one in a similar series to the northern Queensland One You know another necessarily them being wrench another family reunion type thing but in a different season but what is it about the cause? It would be a completely different story. It would be. Yeah Yeah Yeah so there. So I'm sure you'll read as love into action with your maximum that some of the time you managed to do book tours when when possible. But how do you interact with your readers? And where can they find you online Well I have a website and there's a contact Link on my website just by hand. I don't come and have a facebook page I have a blog that I don't rock very often anymore. Unfortunately and I I am on twitter instagram. So we'll those those usual play. Susan I do. Love hearing from raiders. It's the thing that keeps keeps us going into notes. Yes yeah it is. Yeah I guess that the sisters get the might be affected by what you normally do at least some speaking around the book release. Yeah yeah then what's going to happen? yeah no. August is too far away to really know much. Yeah but a strenuous seems to be managing this very well. I mean I guess they WanNa you want the most peace to increase in the world. I've I read somewhere that rise. I'm not so sure about that but Certainly out at curves flattening nicely so I think they just watching what happens over Easter hoping. Everyone's very well behaved in. Stays very stunt. Yes the same. Yeah well but yes. We're very we're very grateful to being in a strategy and as I'm sure you must be New Zealand to yes. Yes breaks my heart to see what some of those third world and it's just so that Well we want to talk about this and and warm things and you've done that for us today with these books of yours are so emotionally uplifting. Thanks very much Barbara. And all the very based with the Knicks books. Thank you very much and thank and all the best with your writing to yes. Aw I'm I'm very much the beginning at the other end of the scale but I have discovered that I love it. Even if I'm I'm I'm finding it's difficult to really do the marketing side of it but I am loving the rising star. Yeah Oh that's great. That's a nice day and I really appreciate you. It's my pleasure bye. Thanks for listening to the joys of binge reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of binge reading Dot Com. We'd love to hear comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview nixed and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on. Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading the joys of bench reading. Podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project. Seek him out at D C Audio Services at G MAIL DOT COM that Steve Daniel CPA Charlie audio services at GM DOT com or check casher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting.

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"And Afghanistan in terms of the veteran experience of the help that they're not getting when they reenter and annoyed that you were in drape folks true some of the programs way they use wildlife or horses or that kind of thing is as a help in getting re established. That's true and that's I talk about that. In in the shaming is and and the use of wild horses especially there are groups that have been working with combat veterans. That have suffered from PTSD. You're having a hard time Reentering and using white horses as a weight to reach them so that they're caring feeding for another living being again. It gets to the point of rediscovering a reclaiming your humanity humankind aspect of of. What's at risk? Obviously in war and so wild horses have been a tremendous help. In that regard you sit in other types of animals as well in terms of using dogs and and whatnot so those things are sort of the bright spot were were we as a society are are reaching out to to our Women who who served the country Sheila Show? I did wonder myself but it seems not. I wondered if you'd have military experience yourself because you tell the story so well that you just live with that question whether you have saved yourself known My main experience with With war really came from my father who served in World War. Two as a kid I can remember hearing my my father's own Issues trying to deal with the aftermath of serving in World War. Two he was a decorated officer was mustered out as a captain but he served in civic and Guadalcanal and everything like that. He never talked about the war ever. He'd never discussed his combat experience And his point of view really was as he was doing. A service definitely had an impact on in his large family of his brothers. Sisters cousins and everything Only in and his cousin Served in military. My father made it back is causing. Did Not so yeah. Yeah so anyway as as a kid growing up and You know hearing him in the middle of the night not often but enough to make an impact I have a brother-in-law who is working And has worked for a long time with Vietnam vets Afghan beds Iraq war vets He's a psychotherapist. I credit him with a lot of the work in my book. That helping me with the research in identifying causes affects outcomes. What's real what's not with people with? Ptsd gone back then. It was called something else went from. Shell shock to a battle fatigue. Combat Fatigue being more was more combat fatigue but all the same thing the trauma that happens and and how people have to Be helped with that. Shall we are coming to the individual time today? The take stock. Where are you up to insurance? If you're working for say the Knicks twelve months. What you got in store in chance of your program for the next twelve months ripe so right now. I'm at the at the very end of the manuscript with the whisper soul. My art team has gotten back to me The proofreaders editing. As is done now. I'm in the fun part of putting it together in a book farm. I've got the coverall designed and ready to go. I'll be launching that and doing the The get out the word of that aspect in over the next couple of weeks the fifth Nick Drake is already titled an Art When I first started this series I had a burst of something creative juice or whatever you wanna call it where I I set out five or six of the first in the series Titles of brief sort of thumbnails of what the books are going to be about. So I'll be launching right into writing number five As soon as this one is hitting the market And from that number six would hopefully follow. It's a it's an interesting thing. I have them I did. You can make idea a verb But but I never close the door on what could happen because I found that once you start a book some characters might pop take a bigger role. Some action might happen. That takes a bigger role. Somethings that you thought. Thought were going to happen. Didn't work out at all and you and you jettison if very flexible in this process of writing novels so that's what I'll be doing for the first. All future is hanging with net. Keep him on. He keeps me going and all the characters that go with them that's fabulous. It also probably is the right time to mansion that we're going to have a great little competition going guy off a couple of you able of the first book in the series the sorrow hand all the details that will be on the bomb parts with the win the podcasts posted but I'm really rightful truthfully. Have a couple of ice call base to be able to speak woods. What pleasure earned again? Thank you so much for having me on your Terrific opportunity to experience and really appreciate it. Just the volume. Tell everybody wavy confined you online. It's very easy I met Dwight. Holing dot com that's Dwi G. H. T. H. O. L. I. N. G. DOT COM and I love to hear from readers and other writers as well. You can find me on facebook twitter and the usual places dwelling dot com as as an easy way to see The work and facebook always great to see comments in a love getting comments fire away. That's wonderful Dwight. Look thank you sti- batches great to a page on board and we will be posted. This ferry Sort of mid to late March. So it'll be very close to win your nixed for comes out terrific. That's wonderful. Thanks so much. Thank you talk to you later. Bye-bye thanks for listening to the joys of Reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of binge reading Dot Com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on. I tunes or a similar provider. So you don't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading the joys of bench reading podcast put together with fantastic technical help from Dan cotton and APE Raffles. Dan is an experienced. Sound videoing Genia. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project seeking out at D C audio services at G MAIL DOT COM that Steve Daniel C Pacelli audio services x g out DOT COM or check Asher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting it right and he's great to work with voice was done by a breakfast and now the GM of sound and screen has twenty years of experience on both sides of the camera slash microphone as a cameraman. Director and also as voice artist and TV presenter. I think you'd agree that his voice is lighthearted and warm. 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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"At much later in life. You know. It's really never too late to become a writer if you can if you can dictate even even if you can't type dictate it's not is it or you can still right so yeah that's great. So what is next for sir? East W. have the right of. What have you got on your desk for the next twelve months? Say Well when you call me. I was finishing up my word. Count for the Frank Bennett. Book that I'm writing right now which is called Ice Jig. It takes place all the Frank Bennett books. Have a vaguely. Fishing related tackles. I got into this fishing Seem but there's really not that much fishing takes place but there's actually a lot of interesting of fishing equipment that had sound sinister so so I'm writing ice jig right now and that will be out of finishing it up that will be out. March twenty third and then I'll move onto writing the next Life in Palmerston story which is called life up ended. And I'm hoping that that will be done by the end of the summer and then we'll move into the next Estate Sale mystery which I discussed the cover for yesterday and that will be called. Rock bottom treasurer. It's about a woman who is a rock journalist in aging rock journalist and obvious helping her sell her rock and roll memorabilia. That sounds great. It sounds a Weenie but Very popular one last year. The daisy daisy giants. Yeah we've got Stevie Nicks now have been in the states out. Yes that sounds wonderful. You sound as if you've got a wonderfully under control. It said some very impressive a wider. No but that my husband's always saying why don't you make an outline? But I'm a dancer. I don't outline so so I we've already established that you enjoy interacting with your Rita's and that you're willing to listen to their suggestions. How do you like to interact way? Can they find you? I have a facebook page. That's very Very active S W Hubbard author. And if you look from there on facebook you'll get to see pictures of my dog. Libi who my husband has taken out for a walk right now. So that you you're barking in the background And I'm on. I'm on twitter among good reads so absolutely pleased. The and my website. S W Hubbard Dot net so definitely looked me up online and Shoot me a message. I'll definitely answer you the other thing that I would really like to mention this that you also very happy to talk to book club sanctuary. I am I love book clubs. I love my own book club. In fact I joined my book club when I came to talk to them about. What am I books? They were reading one of my books. They invited me to come and talk to them and then I liked them so much that I became a member. I can only happened once so I'm in that group But I I do love to. I'll come to anyone any any book group in New Jersey in person but I also do it online by skype or facetime and it's a lot of fun. Oh that's wonderful where all the links to your books and your websites and the social media will have all of those in the show notes. Are they easy for people to find so just remember? It's it's w Hubbard so have it. Thanks so much for your time today. So it's been really great. Thank you so much thrilled to be here. Thanks for listening to the joys of venture reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of binge reading Dot Com. We'd love to your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and heavy reading the Jewish bench reading podcast put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experience sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project seeking out at D C audio services at G. Mail DOT COM that Steve. Daniel CPA Charlie audio services ex. Gm DOT COM or check casher nights. He's fast. He takes pride in getting it right and he's great.

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Well thank you very much. It's always always a pleasure to talk about books and To address Rita's even since it will second time yes Might help you with your thousand in Australia at the side of the World New Zealand. Aren't you thanks for listening to the joys of binge reading podcast you can find all all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of Binge Reading Dot Com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading The joys of bench reading podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles Dan. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project? SEEK HIM OUT AT D. We see audio services at G. MILE DOT COM that Steve for Daniel CPA Charlie Audio Services Mrs X. Amount Dot Com or check casher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting it right and he's great to work with a voice. I was done by a rebels. Another gym of sound and scream. I'm has tweeted years of experience. On both sides of the camera mm-hmm run slash microphone as a cameraman director and also as a voice artist and TV. Presenter I think you'd a grey that his voice is is both lighthearted and warm. He is super easy to work with no matter what the job you'll find him at a a B not at this point and shoot dot car DOT INSEAD as I say the full details in the Sharon arts on the website. That's it for now. Thanks for listening. Hopefully see you next week bye.

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Know a lot. I mean I have kids I I have a husband. I coached by daughter. Softball team I have a job beyond writing. So it's just it's a lot So I probably would try. Tried to and also slowing down allows you to enjoy the moment a little bit more and enjoy some of the you know which the fun that I've had along the way. So yeah I would probably a slowdown. Are you able to do that now. You have well established now you were able to just sit back and enjoy the ride a little bit more. Now I'm trying I'm trump trotting. That's my goal for twenty twenty and how many books are not deteriorate Question to ask how many books are year do you right but do you write more than one book. A year. The headsets a bit way footage it is dependent on the year actually In some years I have written novellas. That sort of came out of you know came out of nowhere I did an anthology last year with a Sarah. McLean Tessa Darren. Sophie Jordan called how the dukes stole Christmas and so normally I right two books a year but because you know a novella sort of came out of nowhere then it was you know two books pleasant Avella so it depends on the year but pretty much. It's two bucks a year. I think now I have eleven books imprint. Will you usually have got a very strong platform. Naturally yeah I would say just sit back little and enjoy it. I think I I hope so. So what is next for you mentioned. Perhaps doing that if you will go so the next twelve months but what other weeks in primates do you have so my next proposal that I'm working on for my publisher is a gilded age aged baseball series. A lot of people don't realize that New York is where baseball where baseball came to be. So so I it's just fascinating you know the the start of baseball. It was played by men and women. In how the rules rules of all the teams of all all sort of happens the gilded age. So that's what I'm most looking forward to fantastic so the town goes series. Have you finished book three net. I have It has been turned into my editor. But I haven't done any of the you know the the edits the developmental or the copy edits on it but it's drafted that's great. Yeah now do you enjoy into acting with your readers and so so we. Can they find you online. I love interacting with I. I actually was at a reader of last weekend and I. I said it's writing is so oh lonely in so solitary that it's so nice to actually get out and talk to readers But I'm I'm everywhere online. My website is Joanna S. shoop DOT COM. I'm on facebook as Joanna. SHOOP author I'm on twitter as at Joanna Shoe. I have a I have to facebook facebook reader groups a one is called the League of Extraordinary Historical Romance Authors that has a bunch of other romance authors. And then I have my own. facebook group called the gilded lilies of fantastic. Mr Ed look online with is that sounds really fun it is. It's nice. It's it's nice to hear from readers and just take a break from writing and be social. Just Wonderful Joanna Thank you so much for your time. I'm sure that Rita's you're going to have low confined to a box and will be delighted. We're look forward to the baseball series. Thank you so much. This was so much fun Thanks for listening to the joys of binge reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys who is a binge reading dot Com. We'd love to your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading the joys of bench reading. PODCAST is put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project seeking out et D. C. Audio Services Jim out DOT COM that Steve Daniel CPA Charlie audio services x gene dot com or check.

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

29:10 min | 1 year ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"The author you don't know yourself yet what's going to happen. How do you plan the series well. This series are planned a little bit further than unusual do usually i only know a couple books ahead this one when i sat down to kind of think about this series i was thinking of it more episodically he like because she is a detective so each book is a case which i haven't usually happy because in cozy mystery is usually an amateur sleuth list who becomes involved in in problem is drawn into case in this series. I hope to the point where people will be bringing her problems awesome. She will solve them so but i don't wanna get too far ahead because i feel like i do better if i focus on just the book on working on maybe next one in not look too far down the line. I don't want to block myself in in that gives me an open ended to it but i i have path but it's not completely set if that makes sense so jess for an olive could surprise you as well as everybody else hasley yeah in fact she has got to that stage has achieved people bring her problems because she's become identified as discrete problem solved so before the high society when they've got something they want look don't they don't want the police involved. They callin all of yes yes. That's what i'm. I'm hoping that that's a good setup in that. It will continue so yeah. The first book was sort of her finding her abilities to do that. Ah in <unk> couple books in people are beginning the worst beginning to get out and people coming to her right. Now you other series. I have all been contemporary. This is the first time you've switched historic set right. Yes and why did you make that change. Just just to keep introducing yourself. Yes will i do love historical fiction in especially golden age industries in <hes> writing tipper cosies but i picked up one time. It was called. I can't remember the office but it was called the affair. The thirty nine cufflinks i think in i thought it was the golden leauge mystery end so i read it. I was like oh this undiscovered off before ma'am go back and see what else they've written. It was a man it was actually a book that was written in the nineteen seventies and so i was really surprised because it was written out when i read it i really thought it was from the nineteen twenties and thirties and so i thought there is a timelessness to writing writing historical mysteries set in past that if you do it right your books hopefully have more of a timeless quality to them whereas some of the cosies i've written and i look back now and i think oh no. They're so dated because she didn't have. She has a flip phone or you know. There are certain things that just had changed so much. I wonder i wonder if it pulls the reader out of the story more so i i like the writing the historical books because it gives more time will miss to book. I hope yes that's a really interesting point. Isn't it because depending on where you sit them that could that could <hes> dight very quickly. Yes yes but could keep re series you head to head on an interest on a fiction for england because one of them the mood on location. Shen series is a stephen book series seige around the theme of death in the english countryside on it seems to me that you've had a great deal of fan in choosing choosing different interesting english settings castles and all sorts of things talk to us a little bit about that will that as functionaries to ride and that grew out of my love of england in i loved jane austen. I read her books and i just thought wouldn't it be interesting. I knew i couldn't couldn't right. There's a lot of jane austen inspire fishing. I knew i could i would never attempt to try and write a book in style jane austen but i thought what if i layer in somehow to a- cozy in so i thought well if i took <hes> scout who's looking for places to film jane austen <hes> <hes> adaptations she would have to travel around countryside of england and look for you know we'll get these beautiful country homes castles <hes> some other cities cities like bath or london in just seemed like there are so many options with that combination in let me indulge my love of english english country homes in countryside soon <unk>. It's been really fun series to write. It sounds like a great uh seat up for book. So how many of these have you done. Even that's right yeah. That's still going on such still ride <unk>. Yes i've taken a little bit of a break to do the historical due to go back to humint and to you make a point of visiting all of the locations we sit the boss yes yes so i took a special trip in went to chatsworth chatsworth house in bakewell kind of in that part of england looked around there and i visited bath and those are all locations as well as i i don't have a definite age countryside books that in london but that may happen sunday but i love to visit the places in the right about them antagonistic fantastic and then they the apple series that you did this to this but one of the one is six book international travel mystery series called on the ram with zoe. A hampshire has the run of the world. She goes virtually everywhere. I i suspect traveling might be one of your hobbies or interests. I love to travel. Yes i love it once. I'm there beginning can sometimes be rough. So what is zoe out will my husband's job. Bob took us to us in different places in europe in we were able to live in italy germany in for a couple like almost a year and a half and so <hes> while we were there we did a lot of traveling and it was such an interesting place such an interesting experience to in another culture in you know in italy a is just completely different from taxes which is where i live and so every time i travel somewhere i want to write about it so that serious grew out of that travel and then also i i love like the classic formula suspense novels mary stuart in she has a lot of i can't exotic locations travel and so that was kind of the two things came together for that series and it's just i love going into city busy in trying to capture some of that in the novel so that people can kind of get an armchair tour of italy germany deep ransom right yeah i i honestly think that's one of the reasons people like to read mysteries often to learn something about the places and the time on sway the seychas well they kind of like that extra cholera information of the texts into a different world done that yeah it's it's almost it's. It's a little bit better than a guidebook. I think you give you give the interesting places but then you get out a travelers perspective of it which can be real fun yet and etta the one question that i often like to us because redes- it's an actual thing have a place that you particularly reconvened from heaven in research them in your box if we doing a magical mystery to a for example of the series or different in the english countryside at the place. I suspect you really recommend report on their itinerary. Yes if you're going to england. London has always interesting in there's tons to it seemed there but i have particularly enjoyed visiting chatsworth house in bakewell that was interesting to see if there is a very good tour you could see all the interesting parts of the house in the grounds is just beautiful and i just looked at <hes> in italy can't go wrong. She prematurely visit any city in italy is very <hes> interesting has each region is so different than make i really enjoy venice and thought doc that was just so unusual and i also like the amalfi coast <hes> it was just beautiful and you curvy curvy roads were gorgeous in frightening but it was just so beautiful and so i would recommend if you have a chance to go see mrs that definitely if we do it right now your very first series was the baton if us what called l. a. three who was a professional mover and organizer eisa was it was the first series you right was yes. I suspect that this quite a bit of alien year because i suspect the north might aww jake on highly organized hero when unleashed. She was also highly organized to itself. Being someone who is particularly well organized. The valley is reflected in your own business entity i- there's some l. she is lightning. Maybe because that is the first series series i wrote in it was about a military spouse in a mom and i was both those things <hes>. I feel that i really liked to be much better organized. I learned a lot about being organized in a lot of cosies have <hes> sort of like a little bonus content with listen locker recipe recipes or knitting patterns and things like that and i am not crafting at all and i thought well what could i do in i i was interested in organizing and thought it was interesting how people come in and transform somebody's home closet or kitchen or pantry instead. I thought there's an interest there and i'm interested in. I could learn more so i find if i could combine that could tips in the books in so that's how a a professional organizing guts included in the book and also gave l._a. Reason to go meet in interact with people. She was working in organizing the housing costs then. You know you see a lot of interesting stuff when you help people queen out so wait. I guess you also moved moved quite often in those e <unk> yes. We did move around a lot and i think that's one reason i like writing different places because if you go there as newcomer you see things that somebody who's lived near for years may not have noticed in so every time we moved oh. This is an interesting place. This would make an interesting story story so yeah we did. A lot of news in the first book in his series is called moving is murder people always laugh when they hear that title because they say ah yes yes meeting is murder so which of these theories as to heaven new books added to them in which life you regatta sort of completed well. I feel like the l e books are pretty much done on hiatus learned never to say never but i i feel like that would that series has ten bucks in. That's a good long series and sort of imagine l. a. and her kids and her husband as having a nice this quiet time in no murders in no mayhem going on so that one's pretty much done on writing another book in the on the run. I'm series and that will probably be the last one in that series lanman. I will continue to do the moore location and the high society -ociety series kind of narrow down just a bit great great. You also teach an online writing. Course i think don't you on outlining kersey mysteries which is really an in a way. It's helping people to plot yells whole storyline. <hes> do you find this much crossover between writers and readers in that coaster. Some of your readers say i'm really a heart for writer in disguise. There have been a few people. Oh bit want to write their own book. Most of my readers are interested in reading the books and not really writing them but they're interested in the process process like what goes into it in research but <hes> only a few i know who've gone on to write books and <hes> i know one <hes> woman she went on but she wrote in romance so you know you just you just never know how it's going to go but there is interested in writing cosies but usually it's from some people who were already riding or had a longtime dream to be a writer yeah yeah turning a little natiowide career way from the focus. It's on the individual books. You've mentioned that you were a military ma'am tennis about your life before you started writing fiction and how have had those experiences experiences speed and two were i think could moving has always given me love material. <hes> the writing about the military life was was something that no one had done that before and it was very interesting. Why people didn't know <hes> allow details about that. So i incorporated some things things in experiences. We'd have livingston placed in different experiences in squadron in on the base <hes> so that what was it's funny about that was. I didn't think i had anything to write about because i was looking all these people that were riding cooking mysteries and maybe they're here. Iran wasn't archaeologist and i was like i have nothing to write about within <hes> someone asked me about being military spouse and they ask this questions that costed you. Does your husband work out every day run five miles an hour away. No that doesn't happen but <hes> so so. I thought oh these people don't know what that life is like. So that is something i could so i can use that in the first series to kind of get me to kind of help me launch a series because it was something new different and i felt like i could kind of give a window into that type of y so you know and before that i worked in a company that route travel brochures in so i got to riot about all these beautiful places interesting places but i've never been able to travel so later when the opportunity came to travel. I was offered yeah bitch. It's the one thing you've done more than any other pets that you would create with your success hoover on promptly just on pretty determined armand in it takes a long time to write a book and once. I decided i was going to try. I kept at it until i got it finished. I and i would say that just keeping going is a big deal because usually you're by yourself in when you first start out you don't have few a support system system of other riders a writer friends to help you out so i would say just when i decided to do something i usually do it at have. If you put together that support system i haven't checked with your actually traditional indie published <unk> <unk> mainly trade published will the first series the alex series was traditional published and then i started hearing about indie books nearly riders better check this out so they all my other series are indy published and so as i've become i've i've met a lot of riders at writers conferences that that's really a good way to meet people because you can meet in person online is great but when you can meet somebody in person happy meal within you just get to know them a little bit better i think so that's kind of how i've established a lot of friendships and <hes> i i do have a lot of friends that are also <unk> authors in we <hes> i have absent friends in the area. That's there. We need lunch a couple times a month. You know just to catch up and see what's going on. That's wonderful yes. It seems to me that underneath johnathan m the the flow of books. You've had a very clear sighted career path as well that you really have approached it as a business. You've got a lot of very good structural aspects of your work in place and you've actually really burned up on that side of things. Thank heavens <unk>. Yes yes once. I realized that indie publishing was viable in the <unk> right when i enjoyed in the didn't sell. I thought you know i have so many possibilities so yes. I'm i'm i'm very interested in keeping business keeping ping keeping it going as a business i love writing but i also love the share the stories with everyone at santa stick and how many folks do you try and publish a a year. I mean there was a lot of the system record releasing andy publishing. How how many do you aim to while i try to do two to three ear inn. <hes> i know lots of people that go a lot faster than amp but i just don't think i can do what i want to and you keep up a pace faster than that so that's what i'm aiming for yeah and you contract accents like covers anita china komo yes. Yes yeah yeah 'cause i. If i tried to do my own cover contain weeks just to decide on fought terrible stuff like that. Yes i can appreciate that right. And how do you relax when you're not working. If if it's all home-based and you you'll european boss. How do you make sure that you give yourself time all while i do my job so it is kind of hard to put it aside sometimes but i do. I ought to read in eleven spherical mysteries and i left to walk in hike. <hes> it's pretty flat on here so we don't really get stigmatized. Keep walking sh and <hes>. I like to go shopping for bargains. There's like discount stores around here. The how things are segment are the remainders <hes>. I don't know t._j. Maxx or marshalls or two stores <unk> prowl around oregon's. I can find great sounds like look trading according to sarah as rita because this is cold the joys of binge reading what you've mentioned the golden age mysteries who else do you you like to read. Some of those golden age mystery also so is your favorite. Oh i loved to read agatha christie. You can't go wrong with that. <hes> yeah yeah i enjoy burks. I enjoy girthy sayers. <hes> patricia wentworth was a new offer that never <unk> scoured her books recently an author that had a big impact on meaningless mary stuart i mentioned her that no i loved her romantic suspense with the travel and the smart heroines who know getting balkanise elkins conspiracies things that are much bigger than themselves and have to figure out a way to get out of the to solve the problem or the the mystery so <hes> and i love elizabeth peters books on. I think her <hes> vicky bliss. Series is a lot of fun statistic. I i'm not so familiar with tricia weet with so what vendor she writes she has a female detective <hes> miss silver i think and it's sort of similar to miss marple in a it's a it's a long series. I think the first one is called the grey mask in <hes>. I'd never heard of her in. Oh this is a serious that a new women's female sleuths series said in the golden age. It's perfect sunshine. Yes yeah where you mentioning about. When we were talking about your your character surprise new i interviewed a with a could clara bentson a few months back and she had this funny story that she started off right and a series where she made it sound as if it was genuinely only station the nineteen twenties senate was <unk> manuscript that had been discovered and she got into the series quite away this this conceit became quite difficult to manage after a few books she had to conclude that the the author was really league as some of it was terrific and some of them were rather annoyed a hybrid that series i remember thinking i wonder in this is <hes> from the golden age it really had the feeling of golden age book but yeah so in so i thought that was great idea remember when she told her readers that she was alive and i thought oh yay. You were one of the nice one. Some of the were actually disappointed pointed. She sees a lot more books which is good. Look circling round looking at your career arriva the the long wall if you were doing it all again. Is there anything that you would change it will be smart. Mart is when i started writing. I tried to write more books. You know earlier on but <hes> i always bounce match traditionally published in may. They just wanted one book. A year usually in i had little kids at that time so i think that things have worked out fine the way they are <hes> it would be nice if i i had a huge backlog books that i was just able to publish you slowly over time but i think it's there's not much i would change he is do you said that being tread published particularly at that time and with young children was actually quite a good introduction. Yes it was really good and you know. I learned a lot about just like the process because a lot of indie publishing is is project management. It's like you got the copper and schedule things things and just keep it all rolling in so i didn't have to do a lot of what is it published author but i was able to see the systems. They had set up the stuff so it was really good yeah. It's great so what is next for sierra the writer in how does your next twelve months look look like of us a little liberal insight into that and surprise. You got any new series on the horizon. You've got hands with what you've got up. The minor damage now have enough to do the <hes>. I'll be working on. I have a book for coming out in high society series than murdering black-tie that comes out on october in i'm finishing coming up <hes> the next book in the on the run series in that will be called duplicity into that will be out next next year and then i'll go back to the high society series riot another book or two and now in then back to the a back and change this these a couple of details in one and it helped me a longer view than series so i enjoy that so i may try and do to books books in time. It'll longer between releases about do that but i did like that. Ryan process and there is also quite a bit of discussion online too with a rapid release really is fantastic goes. Some people are now starting to say that president fantastic but of calm conversation asian about that now yeah yeah yeah i can wear you out. I think i've never tried to ride. Some people are trying to write you know five six books in released the number and you know couple weeks or months and in some people can do that. That's great than i thought i'm. I'm not bill to do that and if i do that probably go crazy so breath. Do you like interacted with the arenas and waken they find you online readers. <hes> i'm at sarah rosette dot com and i'm also on instagram a lot and twitter and facebook in just all usual places had you avoid having a think think time sink over the social media yeah well. I spend most. I honestly spend most time instagram in my social media time i i like that platform because there's you can look at pictures and make some comments and interact with comments in than than you can begun on on facebook and twitter. I usually just use my notifications. Go in and check in somebody's calling it on something. I'll go fly but i try and stay off the feed it just scrolls forever and ever because that's like an endless times while it's great well look sarah. Thank you so much for your time. China speed fantastic to talk and i really am an owner of the production she job that. You're keeping up on the very businesslike way. You're approaching everything all the based black-tie i've had the pleasure of reading to really but as you say it will be after knock type it probably is on preorder so people who want to find nine black tie he'd have time can go and pre-order it on amazon or other or other services. I'm sure yes yes. It's it's everywhere so great. Thank he sorry match and all the beasts with writing all right. Thank you for having me. This was a lot of fun. Thanks for listening to the joys of binge reading podcast. You can find all the details and links for this episode at dub. Dub dub dot the joys of binge reading dot com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on itunes or a similar provider so you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading <music>. The joys of bench reading podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from dan cotton and abe raffles. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer whose radiant available to help you with your next project seeking out at d e. c. audio services at g mail dot com that steve for daniel cpa charlie audio services hi. This is jean dot com or check casher nights. He's fast. He takes pride and getting it right and he's great to work with a voice. I was done by abe rebels and now the g._m. Of sound and scream i'm has twenty years of experience on both sides of the camera camera slash microphone as a cameraman two rapier and also as a foist artist and tv presenter. 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"dan cotton" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on Big Blue View

"So we got two questions left. Let's get this one from. Dan cotton. It seems as if the giants have been stuck in a linebacker hell, and it really bothers me to have such poor play at position for the last number of years and a league that now focuses heavily on pass catching tight ends coverage. Capable linebackers game changers. Can you preview the top linebacker prospects? And maybe set up the best player vailable scenario. The seas. Big grab an exciting player at physician. So yeah, go it on their off ball linebacker has not been a position we've done the the preview on yet. And it will be but you are correct on a number of points there. There are a lot of batch tight ends a lot of pass catching running backs. I'm so having a one back of who can excel in coverage is is important or having a bigger safety who can do that. You don't necessarily have to have a linebacker. Can you can have a safety that plays down in the box or hybrid slot corner? Nickel safety. Position that can do that. And I think there there are some a useful guys there and again to be something. Oh, we'll preview in the next couple of weeks. Yeah. Just for like a player available scenario where the giant strip finally take a linebacker. Josh Allen linebacker Kentucky. I he would stall a number of ales for the. Giants defense. He is going to be one of the top at addresses, depending on how you rank them. He'll be either number two or number three. I also believe that he can be a. Excellent off ball linebacker if the situation scheme calls for he can play in space. You can play coverage. He can play downhill running. He is really good getting after the passer. Yeah. Yeah. He's a yeah. He's someone who's going to be like a linebacker. He was great edge rusher. We talked about him on our edge preview gas. I eat someone. I like a lot. I think he he should be used more as someone you can rush the passer because I do believe that is more valuable than a linebacker in coverage. But he's someone who can do that. When asked is definitely a name to watch. He could be around when the giants are drafting in the first round if they go that way. So we'll see and and we will continue to dive into the linebacker this though. I'm not totally sure with Alec Ogle trees cap hit and his interception. Total which probably is a bigger role in the giants wanting to. Keep him around then than it should. So I'm not sure how big they'll look at actually enough bulk linebacker, but it's going to be position we will get. So we will go to the last question here is from many crews says play GM who'd you pick in the first three rounds. Come. So let's keep this to the first two rounds. Because again, Sam Beal third round pick. But again useful pick which which I'm not upset with. So Chris, I will let you go your again. Let's remember a we are very early in this process. So are who we say who would be our two picks right now probably will not be who be are still thinking of what we get to draft time in April. Yeah. Definitely I'm going to go on the preposition that the giants will go hard after Daryl Williams considering day get history of signing line offense of Lyman in. Agency. I'm not exactly sure I'm comfortable with him spending money on the offense of line again. But I'm just going go the preposition that that s what he does. That's where he goes. I will go Josh Allen. I believe he's absolutely worth a top ten draft pick. And like, I just said he would cure a whole lot of problems for the giants defense. He will give them that. Pass rusher that they need just anywhere in the front seven. And also have the ability depending on just depending on circumstance to play as off ball linebacker and have an impact second round. I would actually go for possibly safety..

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"dan cotton" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Out helping and I'm your co hostess Dalia Shenlin every week. We'll be talking about books and fabulous research and other things that have caught our attention. Our guest today is Dan cotton. He is a lecturer at Tel Aviv university. Hyphen university mean Shire school of art and all around expert in Israeli film. He holds critical cultural studies with film study certificate from the university of Pittsburgh. He's also a photographer an artsy filmmaker and his PHD thesis called Judaism contemporary, Israeli film, and the cinematic experience will be talking about this and other works of his dental Newton. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me, you observe something. Very interesting that over the last roughly fifteen years there's been a sort of. A debut of religion making sort of a new presence in Israel film in the past nations Rena renaissance maybe because it hasn't exactly been absent in the past. But it's got a new and more prominent role in the foreground of his really film. Why do you think that happened over the last fifteen years and tell us about it? How do you characterize it? I mean, there are different answers sedan. I'm not entirely sure. Which one is most correct? But well, we'll start with the facts that would last twenty years, we do see a lot of lot of religious Jews on screen, not only in in Israel cinema. But also is really television Judea Clyfford religious life has become a prominent theme filmmakers deal with at this point. I'm reading reviews about recent examples of this judi- Cueva and people in the newspapers critic saying we're tired of seeing these characters on screen were tired of listening to the issue Todd of all that. So we're getting to the tipping point of this wave, and what's interesting is that twenty years ago. You couldn't have said that the this presence was actually there. I mean. Yes. Religious life. Yes. Rituals and so on so forth were on screen, but the in a very minute way. Very marge. Allies. Now, why is that why for the first say fifty years of his really cinema? Do we not see Judeh cli- on screen, and now in the last twenty we do that has I think to do with with a complex relationship with Judaism in Israeli society? I wouldn't say the Israel ethos. These really Zionist ethos was secular in in the sense of atheists. It had very complex relationship would Judaism by was certainly not for grounding its religious aspect. It was barring from religion, various symbols, and perhaps spiritual. Verve. But it wasn't. It was defining itself as continuance of nationalistic, secular movements Zionism, Israel Zionism. So there wasn't much of a place for this exploration of today. Identity Judeh entity religious say it was part of the negation of the Aspro things change. However when we come into the nineties and certainly over the. Last couple of decades were religions become much more of a pronounced feature of the cultural landscape, even within the so-called, secular precincts of Israel and this brought on both fear. Also, intimidation of what this rise could mean to what it would how we would define Isreaeli nece, but also interest interest to explore interest to expand those definitions. So to one extent isn't really today to not say as peripheral or a new age, it seems like religion, hit Jewish religion is sort of a vessel. Well, I'm not really sure how to answer that. But I would say this is Judy turn in the sense that the classic differentiation between religious meant religious, observance and religious men. Only mild observance or not Nobes Ervin's at all is kept within within this wave. So does feature what we would traditionally defined in Israel as the religious constituencies and mostly hoodie, mostly ultra-orthodox. I have some questions about that. I mean, first of all to what extent is this just a demographic shift? There's more religious people in Israeli life in the Israeli population. And they want more expression on screen like any other population milk, so much demographic more like the rise of multiculturalism ride more communities that had been oppressed. Silence..

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"dan cotton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And trust and liberty two to one over the rail horse steven cater at five the two wouldbe are to the only two horses we're gonna use in the late pick four and then if you're doing the exact to try factors it'd be putting our trust in liberty over the one and five by by mr swiss i uh as we move to the aids race uh as spreading tear at golden gate fields goes off about 430 a field of 10 and uh the uh favored inherit two to one is quinn howey animal juan hernandez number three cash prize it half by the really like the pattern that she's coming in on she is basically run for stakes company um as a two year old then she spent her threeyearold year down south bela nida and del mar n ran well in allowance company there um they're not looking to offload her the the owner breeders are bringing or up here and keeping are protected in our allowance level which i think of a smart move based on her pattern here she's never raced over the to peter but did she does have a work out i think clean how he puts a nice work out into her to prepare for this and the fire pure prize in the dan cotton with babe both have excellent weather uh statistics with their offspring so i don't see any reason why cash prizes i'm going to run big here he puts one hernandez on the fadyl to show that he mean business and i think it's a twohorse race here between number three our top call which is cash prize over the number ten beico suite at three to one who also ran uh two of her last three races as wins here on the to pita surface and looks hong against i think it's three ten and two to finish it out and i'm only gonna be using three in ten on my pick 4 pick 5's to finish it all right is on the eight races day golden gate feels so you run through the car and uh we're ready to uh thank you very much for.

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"dan cotton" Discussed on Z100

Z100

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"dan cotton" Discussed on Z100

"Quick bar all ashley knows what's your justification yup i have to sack obey orders won't complain all day and they don't want to hear me complaints or how explains other people who want those those tweaks bars what they couldn't guard at affirmed by our regular has picked by wise and you won't be if his it's it just makes sense for me you of that was he takes phone breaks and calls radio show my job right now and i had to talk you guys like excited i'm glad you called us ashley union twix bar exam we we totally encourage the love of twigs problems aqam ashley are aiming how are you taking advantage of your coworkers like bethany taking advantage of our morning good morning back to throw the fax machine and i don't know what's going in the shredder now what but what does your justification um i'm too busy watching my shows in playing kenya crushed i don't have time to look in the computer and say you know who the client he did if they're expecting in fact i should wait for it and it's your company's salt because who gets faxes anyway exactly e e mail yet so you are teaching that are less than one destroyed account at a time is there the fact is coming but i just keeps getting lost nigeria no was applauding her she's actually putting company underneath plane candy crush visit hello simona good morning simone press like bettering how are you taking advantage of your coworkers okay power in my are lady ground free on so whenever i have a bad day on why are you boss and i go on to the bathroom and i feel about like fifteen or twenty dan cotton that's helpful do you taking them all shows the company that they are being used in and encourages the company to continue sucking up you're actually doing all of your that's not good because what if someone need to tampon and simone has taken all of the tampons and vms letter what ob gyn today at dawn mark i'm sorry what they absorbed the loss don't they simoni will give you a better than you have something in common with you think you're doing a good thing you're actually nod helping anything we've got the needs of doing it because she's been screwed over i guess i really have no justification

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