AISFP 168 – Jennifer Brozek, Mark Teppo and Mary Robinette Kowal

ESCAPE! The government lied. A UFO did, in fact, crash land in the New Mexico desert in the summer of 1947. Quickly intercepted by the US military, the unidentified flying object and its occupants were whisked away to secret installations. In 1985, after almost forty years of research, a successful splice of alien and human DNA is achieved. Raised as a lab experiment that the military hoped to be a “super-soldier,” Omega, trained in combat, educated strenuously, becomes the main component in General “Anvil” Hendricks’ elite military unit. After a perilous first mission, the program is suspended, the plug pulled . . .if it were only that easy. After all, who said heroes had to be human?

DARK VICTORY! Magda Lazarus was a reluctant witch until the dire threat of Nazi Germany convinced her to assume the mantle of her family’s ancient powers. But though this young, beautiful Jewish woman has fought off Hitler’s SS werewolves and the demon who would rule through the Führer, she has been unable to prevent the outbreak of World War II. As long as Magda can summon spirits, there is still a chance to save people from the dire threat of the Holocaust. Her family’s guardian angel, Raziel, stands beside her in the battle against the human and supernatural forces of evil arrayed against her people and all of Europe. In Michele Lang’s Dark Victory, as the Nazis prepare to invade Poland, Magda and her beloved Raziel marshal their own army, a supernatural force that will battle Hitler’s minions to the death…or beyond.

Buy ESCAPE by Keith Latch and DARK VICTORY by Michele Lang today, and tell them AISFP sent you!

Show Notes:

  • Sandra Wickham wrangled Jen Brozek, Mark Teppo and Mary Robinette Kowa at the Rainforest Writer’s Retreatl, luring them away from their word count goals and comfy chairs with promises of AISFP grandeur, and here is the result! These fine writers discuss the writing process and much more.

Comments

  1. Michelle says:

    Wow! Amazing interview in this podcast. It’s a real kick in the butt for anyone (ahem, like me) procrastinating about writing. No excuses and lots of great advice.

  2. Kris says:

    Great advice for upcoming writers, thanks!

  3. Great episode, very entertaining and some great advice. I too am a procrastinator and some of the comments really hit the mark.

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