Timothy C. Ward is a speculative thriller writer, podcaster (AudioTim), book reviewer for SF Signal, and narrator. He is editing the fifth draft of his novel, Kaimerus, which he describes as "Firefly crashes on Avatar and wakes up 28 Days Later." Until that's done, enjoy his first short story sale, "Cornhusker: Demon Gene."
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I announced the conclusion of Season One back in July as a way for me to step back and evaluate how I was going to podcast in the future. A few things that I felt I did wrong were: The … Continue reading
In my Monday blog post, “Love vs. Consequence (And the Quirkiness In Between),” I asked you to reflect on how fear of consequence prevents you from doing what you love. Now, if you love fire, I’m not saying go start … Continue reading
This theme of love vs. consequence has been at the forefront of my mind the past few weeks since I said I would be taking a break from AudioTim. I’m still undecided, but it may be that I packed my … Continue reading
I wrote a post last week, “Podcasting Solo: 20 Months in & 10 Suggestions for New Podcasters,” in which I shared some tough lessons learned podcasting AudioTim since October, 2010. I also said I’d make an announcement today regarding the … Continue reading
As I approach episode 40 of my AudioTim podcast, I’m burdened by the need to share some observations from my 20 months of podcasting. First off, I started podcasting out of a love for the genre of writing podcasts and … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Today’s Saturday Spotlight is going to combine with my newest AudioTim episode as a Podcasting Spotlight. If you’re looking for some five-star fiction, I just posted my review of One Buck … Continue reading