This morning we’re talking about the TIME MACHINE… or rather, some tips and tricks to making your historical fiction seem more factual.
Archives for October 2020
Josh, Scott, and Chuck sit down with best-selling author Tyler Davis who writes paranormal cozy mysteries under the pen name Christine Zane Thomas.
We’re talking with Nick Garber about the difference in scripting and how it differs from long form writing.
While the rest of the Keystroke crew pulls back to get some things sorted, I am pouring some Kenya Roast and talking the talk.
Josh and Scott sit down to talk with Richard Fox and Jonathan Brazee about their brand new collaboration, Hell’s Horizon.
Slip into your suits, because in this episode, we’re taking a deep dive into world-building. Epic fantasy tomes, alternate history tales, weird westerns, superhero adventures, even a little romance (we hear)–Rhett and Steve have written it all. Tonight they’ll share ideas for how to organize your world, work with a collaborator, satisfy reader expectations, and […]
Christopher Paolini, wordsmith and dragon-tamer, is back with his science fiction debut, To Sleep in a Sea of Stars. He’s kindly agreed to return from his imaginative worlds to answer all of your questions, dear viewer. So make ’em good!
Walt is drinking a Kenyan blend while contemplating life on the bounce! Got story ideas – CHECK – Forgot your Phone – CHECK – Need something to take its place… do it to it!!!
Josh, Scott, and Chuck sit down to discuss their methods for series planning, as well as taking questions and comments from the audience! Come hang out LIVE!
New York Times best-selling fantasy author R.A. Salvatore joins us to answer all of your burning questions. We cover his tips on writing tense action scenes, beloved long-series characters, and interacting with the fans. Get comfy, because we’ve got questions and he’s got stories to tell. Check out R.A. Salvatore’s latest title, RELENTLESS: https://amzn.to/34wiXBV Many […]