AudioTim – Timothy C Ward
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||AudioTim Podcast Announcement||In spite of me supposedly being on a brain vacation after writing “the end” on my novel, within a week I have become the new Executive Producer of Adventures in SciFi Publishing. It’s surreal, because I’ve been a huge fan, and while this is a dream come true, I’m also kind of sad that I […]||6/10/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||AudioTim 45: Supernatural Horror and Zombie Author, Mark Tufo||Welcome to the latest edition of AudioTim, where I get to ask self-published success story, Mark Tufo about his stories and writing career. I will be giving away his latest novel, Callis Rose. All you have to do to enter is share some love on Twitter or Facebook, including my handle @timothycward, or tagging me […]||2/9/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||AudioTim 44: Chicon 7 Panel “Conquering Writer’s Block”||Welcome to another recording from World Science Fiction Convention #70, Chicon 7: “Conquering Writer’s Block.” Has your story fizzled out or hit a wall before completion? There are common reasons for this, and common solutions which work for most writers. Pros discuss their tips and tricks for getting a story back on track. Russell Davis, […]||1/28/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||AudioTim 43: Tom King, Author of Superhero Novel A ONCE CROWDED SKY||Our guest this week, Tom King, a former CIA Counterterrorism operations officer, discusses life fighting on the front lines post 9/11, and his life now as a husband, father, and full-time author. We discuss the strong themes in his novel A ONCE CROWDED SKY about war, avoiding a world full of violence, and the pull […]||1/13/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||AudioTim 42: Chicon 7 Panel “Write What You Don’t Know”||My first panel recorded from World Science Fiction Convention #70, Chicon 7, is, “Write What You Don’t Know.” Stay connected for future podcasts on the AudioTim page, or subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher Radio. In two weeks, Tom King, author of A ONCE CROWDED SKY, will be my guest, and in four weeks, I’ll […]||12/30/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||AudioTim 41: Ramez Naam, author of SF Thriller, NEXUS||It’s good to be back. Two qualifications for guests in Season Two of audioTim: I enjoy their book and am excited about the conversation. Both were true of Ramez Naam and his debut fiction novel, Nexus, to be released December 18th from Angry Robot Books. I’m editing my Science Fiction novel, and loved Ramez’s book […]||12/15/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||Coffin Hop Final Stop; Sample from Jeremy K. Tyler and JR Roper Podcast on Appeal of Christian Horror||It’s been an amazing Coffin Hop tour. In celebrating my first publication credit, I interviewed nine authors from the upcoming Monsters! anthology to discuss their stories and their perspective on Christians writing Horror. Here’s a sample from the Jeremy K. Tyler/JR Roper podcast interview over at the Holy Worlds Podcast. Thanks to all who participated […]||10/30/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||Coffin Hop Stop #6: Thomas Smith||Welcome to interview six from this channel of the Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour. Thomas Smith is described as, “…one of those outstanding Southern writers – seemingly soft, languid, maybe even lazy, when actually what he is, is cotton wrapped about a razor. Half the time you don’t even know he’s gotten you until it’s […]||10/29/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||Coffin Hop Stop #1: Teric Darken||Welcome to my wing of the haunted mansion that is the Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour. Today I podcast interview Christian Thriller writer, Teric Darken. Here is an audio sample of the interview you can find in its entirety at the Holy Worlds Podcast: Coffin Hop Interview with Teric Darken. Last year I interviewed the […]||10/24/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
Great for Writers and Readers
Tim does a great job of just talking to the authors he interviews like he's hanging out with them at a coffee shop rather than sitting in an office on Skype. The interviews seem more down to earth and relaxed than most author interviews you hear - which is awesome. Hearing authors chat about their writing process give the listener a lot of great stuff to glean for their own writing. Tim also shares about his writing journey and it's great to hear things he's learning and tools and books he is discovering to help him become a better writer. Great stuff.