Thursday, July 24, 2008

Playing with the Cool Kids

It's been a cool few days here at the offices of the Void City Echo.

J.C. Hutchins called me "the brilliant author J. F. Lewis" and played my audio promo for Staked on his 7th Son Obsidian podcast. Kimi over at Tale Chasing played it. Shaun over at Adventures in Sci Publishing played it and some other really cool folks have agreed to drop it in their feeds, too. To be honest, I kind of everwhelmed at the niceness and comaraderie to be found in the podcast community, particularly when I don't even do a podcast... yet.

Mwahahaha!

So here's my question... what would you want in a J. F. Lewis podcast? Original stories? Background content and bonus stuff related to Void City? Something completely different?

Let me know.

J

6 comments:

Ryoko said...

I'd like to hear a bunch of witty reparte... you are never more funny than when in a group of friends.

Kosmo said...

Since most people won't have ever read all your stuff anyway, I'd want to hear the stuff YOU thought would be most interesting read aloud-- regardless if in was new or old.

Some lines just beg to be read out loud, and others, not so much. I'd be interested on your take on which was which.

Anonymous said...

Hello there,

I just finished reading your book and liked it quite a bit. Reminded me a lot of splatter punk novel by John Skipp and Craig Spector called Light at the End (though much more sympathetic characters).

Anyhow, I'm a big horror novel fan and sci fi lover so I'd love to hear about what influenced your world building. I was writhing at points wondering whether you'd seen Fright Night or some other horror movie and was trying to evoke a similar image. It was a pleasure to read and I look forward to the sequel!

-Malcolm

Jeremy F. Lewis said...

Thanks for the feedback, all!

Malcolm - I haven't read that novel, but I have definitely seen Fright Night. I loved that movie!

-J

Anonymous said...

so what's the status of the podcast?

Jeremy F. Lewis said...

I just need to find time to start recording it.