52 Fantasy books, 52 Weeks, 52 Podcasts. And some sports!
The Man Who Killed Elvis, Interview w/ Christopher Mitchell
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off 7 finalist Christopher Mitchell to talk about his book, The Mortal Blade (Magelands Eternal Siege, #1). We also discuss, how he killed Elvis by eating too much cake, finding fairies in the bottom of his Grandma’s garden, what happens if you disturb him in his writing cabin, the creative writing lecturer he has an eternal grudge with, and how not wanting to hang out with his wife’s friend started his writing career! Available on all platforms and Youtube!
The Man Who Climbed the Wall, Interview w/ Jeffrey Speight
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Jeffrey Speight to talk about his book, Paladin Unbound! We also discuss being a dyed in wool fantasy guy, going to summer camp at 47 years old, why it’s called fly fishing when you don’t fly, SFFPIT and the tweet that got him a deal, climbing a giant ice wall, and how this book was written to spite his kids for moving on from a D&D campaign he spent way to long working on! Available on all platforms!
Legends of the London Underground, Interview w/ Matthew Ward
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Matthew Ward to talk about his book, Legacy of Ash (Legacy Trilogy, #1). We also discuss the duties of being a cat servant, the worst career advice he ever received, having enough instruments to be a one-man band, his daily writing warden, creepy abandoned places and some legends of the London Underground! Available on all platforms!
The Ultra Warrior, Interview w/ Mike Shackle
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Mike Shackle to talk about his book, We Are the Dead (The Last War, #1). We also discuss getting published in his school’s paper and getting cancelled by the parents, dancing naked in the rain, making any concept better by adding “with swords and magic,” cooking for royalty, the keys to selling a washing machine, and the 6 AM swim club! Available on all platforms and Youtube!
Hunting for Hobbits, interview with Ryan Cahill
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Ryan Cahill to talk about his incredible book, Of Blood and Fire (The Bound and the Broken, #1)! We also discuss hunting for hobbits, how many cookies he could eat in 60 seconds, his brother’s questionable waiter attire, the deliciousness of giant gummy bears, overcoming a crippling Pokemon addiction, and movies that would be improved by adding a dragon! Available on all platforms.
For the Icelandic Tourism Board, Interview w/ Bjørn Larssen
On this week’s episode I’m joined by multi-award winning author Bjørn Larssen to talk about his book, Children (The Ten Worlds, #1). We also discuss moving from catholic Poland to the Red Light District in Netherlands, the pain of head tattoos, losing his heart in Iceland, talking about sheep and reciting poems at Icelandic funerals, his grammy acceptance speech, and being the reason Odin drinks! Available on all platforms!
Love the show. Best fantasy books podcast out!
Great Fantasy Podcast!
Love the dynamic duo of Mike Mogs and Nathalie and the way they play off each other. Impressed by the encyclopedic breath of the genre and the insightful questions with often hilarious still accurate answers. Have become a regular follower. Their hosting authors is also a plus. Informative and fun.
Highlighting Fantasy fiction
I love one of the main premises of this podcast: to help broaden the appeal of fantasy to a wider audience. Hearing from authors, many of whom are indie, gives great insight into their personalities and writing processes and makes me add their books to my TBR pile. As a fellow fantasy author, it’s fun to listen to those who’ve achieved success, especially the SPFBO finalists. I find myself looking forward to each new episode. The hosts are hilarious and each episode flies by as I listen while driving or if I need a break from writing. So glad I found this podcast!