Listen to this podcast episode on Spotify, Apple, and wherever you find bookish podcasts. I'm joined this week on the podcast by writer, social media specialist and fellow Janeite, Rachel Amber Bloom. Rachel gives me a crash course in the Star Trek fandom, we compare favorite childhood books, and we of course talk at length … Continue reading “Star Trek,” Jane Austen, and Other Comforts: Reader Chat with Rachel Amber Bloom
Listen to this episode on Spotify, Apple, or anywhere you find bookish podcasts. I'm joined this week on the podcast by the cohost of Fictional Hangover, Claire Eastaugh, and we have some concerns. We discuss the release of a new Twilight book, ponder the relevance of dead white male science fiction authors, and Claire gives … Continue reading “Midnight Sun,” the Hugo Awards, and Other Concerns: Reader Chat with Claire Eastaugh
This post is part of a Rhonda Pods About Books podcast episode, which you can listen to on your favorite podcatcher, or right here: What I brought from my experience as a filmmaker is that I write in a very cinematic, visual style... it's basically like seeing a movie in your head. I actually … Continue reading A Conversation with “Shadow City” Author Anna Mocikat
(This is the third and final [for now] of three posts featuring interviews with hosts of literary podcasts. Read the first post here and the second here.) I really had to stretch my writing muscles and dust off the part of my brain I used in my journalism classes for this one. Rather than conducting … Continue reading Interview with Don’t Call it a Book Club Podcast!
(This is the second post in a three-post series featuring interviews with the hosts of literary podcasts. Check out the first post here.) This week I got to interview Bob, Tonya, and Derek of the Books, Beards, Booze podcast. Here's what they had to say about their show: Rhonda: What’s your show called and what’s … Continue reading Interview with Books, Beards, Booze Podcast!
(I previously wrote about my recommendations for bookish podcasts, but I've recently joined a literary podcasters network for my own show, Pop DNA. Through this network I've discovered some fantastic shows and interacted with their hosts, and have been privileged to interview a few of them. This is the first post of a three-part series … Continue reading Interview with Terrible Book Club Podcast!