Wrambling Writers



Episode 7 – Alternate History and Good Antagonists

Better late than never, right? At least we’re not too late. And we have good reasons. Sort of.

Anyway, our latest episode has a review of Hellfire by Jeff Provine, as well as a discussion about character development and how to choose a good antagonist. R.F. also shares his recent discovery of Patreon (you can see his newly launched page here).

You can read R.F.’s review here.


Episode 6 – Dystopias, Literacy, and Kaepernicking

Today’s episode is a fine example of why we call ourselves the Wrambling Writers because it runs all over the place! We review Carolyn O’Neal’s dystopian eco-thriller Kingsley, share some writing tips about using flashbacks effectively, discuss the nuances of literacy, and weigh in on the Kaepernick controversy.

You can read R.F.’s review of Kingsley here.


Episode 3 – Top Authors and Free Speech

On today’s episode we talked about Liberty Speidel’s Retaliation, the second book in the Darby Shaw Chronicles, Josh went on a rant about free speech, and we shared our favorite authors/novels. We also discussed Josh’s accent and the random places it pops up.

We’ll be back next week (not two weeks) with Episode 4!

Episode 2 – yWriter vs Scrivener

Today we had a debate about the merits of Scrivener vs yWriter, reviewed Liberty Speidel’s The Darby Shaw Chronicles: Emergence, and addressed the chaos of current events.

You can read R.F.’s full review of Emergence on his website.

Episode 1 – The Universal Story

Welcome to the very first podcast from the Wrambling Writers! Today we talked a little bit about the concept of writing a universal story, Todd Tavolazzi’s book Looking into the Sun, the evilness of Trump, and some of what we’re currently working on.


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