Cover to Cover #324A: Feedback, From You

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Voicemail: Trampas would like to know if there's a rule of thumb on when and how to use cussing in a story; Craig in PA would like to hear more about the SF/F series that are being adapted for television and film; Elena in Las Vegas comments on the use of contemporary language in "The Blade Itself"; Ben in Tampa comments on the plans for the "Joust" movie; ADD Todd adds a little twist to the idea for the murder mystery plot; Justin from Dead Robots Society has questions about what to expect as the moderator of a podcasting panel at Dragon*Con; Clay from AL on some of the drawbacks of serialized fiction; Trampas has a question for Mike S about "I, Jedi"; Jaime from NY applauds the Library Section for influencing his book buying choices; Anna the Librarian adds her insight on textbook publishers, used bookstores, and e-books; Anna adds her recommendation for Jasper Fforde's novels; Anna comments on the need and wish for a portable, cross-platform electronic format for libraries; Mark from Liquid Weird Podcast expresses his disappointment about Frederick Pohl's recent comments on fantasy writing being easier and not as challenging as science fiction writing.

Submitting Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know! "Cover to Cover" has it's own call-in line, 206-350-READ! That's 206-350-7323, or just email Michael with a comment you've recorded yourself!

About Summer Brooks

Summer Brooks is an avid fan of stories and story-telling, and fell in love with genre fiction at an early age. She's published several items, is currently working on several novels and webcomics, and one goal of hers is to write stories for television that leave a mark on people.

Summer is also the Executive Producer for FarPoint Media, and juggling all those shows and websites also keeps her pretty busy.

Comments

  1. Jamie from Upstate NY, there's a review up here on Outrageous Fortune, and I'll be writing one for Love in the Time of Fridges as soon as I finish it. Please feel free to comment or argue with me about either one. :)

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