Author Michael Anderle joins The Adam Messer Show today from 3pm to 5pm EST on WRUU 107.5 FM Savannah (www.wruu.org)
Michael Anderle burst onto the scene at the end of 2015 with his bestselling series The Kurtherian(TM) Gambit. Since then, he has published dozens of his books, hundreds of collaborations and released dozens more as LMBPN Publishing. Further, LMBPN has published approximately 220 Audio books, and has licensed close to another 200 books with companies such as Dreamscape, Tantor, Podium, and RB Media.
Mike created the 20Booksto50k(R) in early 2016 and has shared insights with conferences masterminded by Craig Martelle under the 20Booksto50k(R) brand in London, Scotland, Bali, Australia and one of the premier Author Conferences the 20Booksto50k(R) Vegas event held in November. He has spoken as DragonCon, Western Writers of America, the SFWA conferences and Kevin J Anderson’s Superstars conference as well as on podcasts and virtual conferences.
Author Mark Allan Gunnells joins The Adam Messer Show live on 107.5 FM WRUU Savannah (www.wruu.org) on Sunday April 12, 2020 from 3 pm – 5 pm EST. Can’t listen live? Don’t worry, you can listen to the podcast after the show on http://www.savannahmuses.com
About the author
Mark Allan Gunnells loves to tell stories. He has since he was a kid, penning one-page tales that were Twilight Zone knockoffs. He likes to think he has gotten a little better since then. He loves reader feedback, and above all he loves telling stories. He lives in Greer, SC, with his husband Craig A. Metcalf.
Please tune in today for the interview with Crone Girls Press publisher Rachel Brune.
Crone Girls Press #publisher @rachelabrune joins me today at 3pm EST on @wruu_107.5_savannah to talk about their premier #horror #anthology Stories We Tell After Midnight. You don’t want to miss this terrifying show today!
Growing up, Rachel A. Brune drove her mother nuts by trying out a new hobby every week, from weaving to street hockey to piano to karate. Told to pick one thing and stick with it, she decided to become a writer … and keep trying out new hobbies from fiber spinning to muay thai to medieval recreation and even fencing. Hey, it all counts as research, right?
Her first paying gig as a writer came when Rachel enlisted in the Army Reserve as a military journalist. Armed with pen, paper, camera, and weapon, she spent five years—including two tours in Iraq—writing and publishing stories about the men and women serving in the Army. After five years, and a few more hobbies here and there, Rachel left the field of military journalism and commissioned as an active duty military police officer. She now writes long and short fiction, is an active member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, and is training for her first International-distance triathlon.
Rachel’s goal is to write engaging, entertaining fantasy set in contemporary times, peopled with characters who are flawed but unforgettable. Although she no longer writes Army news stories, she still aims to bring the military she has lived and experienced to life for reader, to do her small part to bridge the military-civilian divide.