Nathan Van Coops is the author of the time travel adventure epics In Times Like These and The Chronothon. This week I sit down with Nathan to talk about our shared fascination of time travel tales, complex plots that defy space and time, and why authors should be on Goodreads.
Angela first came on the podcast 3 months ago (rspcast.com/angela), and in this interview we follow up with her to see how her journey has been going. We talk about what progress she has made in the last three months on the two series that she is writing. We also touch on what she’s been working on for NaNoWriMo.
“Finished college. Abandoned lifelong plan to be a lawyer.” That is how Taylor Pearson, author of The End of Jobs, introduces himself on his website. This week I talk to Taylor about his journey from aspiring attorney to author of a bestselling business book, and the future of The Job as we know it.
Author Nick Thacker writes fast-paced, high-concept action thrillers, but his business philosophy is more slow and steady with his focus on building a longlasting career instead of generating immediate returns. This week, I talk to Nick about the strategies he employs and why he thinks you should treat your writing career like a retail business.
G. Michael Hopf experienced the enviable thrill of seeing his first book The End race up the Amazon sales charts two weeks after its release and realized he had a rare opportunity he couldn’t afford to miss out on. So he quit his job to write the sequel full-time with incredible results. This week, I sit down with G. Michael to find out how he went from commercial diving to bestselling end-of-days fiction, and why a super-EMP would be a really bad thing.