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Cover to Cover #371B: The Fans and The Fanfic

Discussion: Mike M, Summer, Tim A, and Mike S make up a full studio today, bringing you a variety of opinions.

Allison from LA has a bone to pick about the apple orchard analogy that Stackpole used to describe the relationship between the fanfic and the authorized and/or official creative works, and a few more tangents spring out of the ensuing discussion.   [Read more...]

Cover to Cover #312A: Tim Lebbon

Discussion: Fantasy author Michelle M. Welch sends in a comment about authors also needing to get used to the idea of e-books, both from the product and marketing perspective, which leads to a chat about ideas for authors to do their own marketing and promotion, advances.

Interview: Michael and Michael talk with Tim Lebbon about Fallen, the latest book in the land of Noreela, taking place about 4000 years before the events of the first two books, Dusk and Dawn.   [Read more...]

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