Episode 031 Carolyn Crane

On November 1, 2010, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

031 The Functional Nerds

In our 31st episode, John & I welcome Carolyn Crane, author of Mind Games & Double Cross, available from Spectra. With Carolyn in tow, we discussed: author websites, geocities, twitter, urban fantasy, marketing, cover art, product packaging (when it comes to books), 1st person prose, tense, Anne Rice, Jim Butcher, Laurel K. Hamilton, Ian Fleming, Kelly Armstrong, querying agents, freelancing as a writer, social media & balancing your online presence with your work load as a writer.

Featuring Original Music by:

John Anealio – Sundog (instrumental)

© 2010 Patrick Hester & John Anealio

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5 Responses to Episode 031 Carolyn Crane

  1. […] for 11/3/10 Interviews/Profiles Functional Nerds Patrick Hester and John Anealio interview Carolyn Crane (podcast). The Agony Column interviews Charles Burns (podcast).John Scalzi's The Big Idea: […]

  2. Clifton Hill says:

    Carolyn’s handyman philosopher quote was awesome as she used it in relation to how to write a book and be successful: “It’s not knowing how to build the door, it’s how to solve the problems that come along the way.”

    What a handyman…

  3. Fred Kiesche says:

    Finally! Some technology talk! All these interview sessions and not enough of John and Patrick grooving on tech…


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