Otaku on Writing Podcast (Episode 22)

This week in Otaku on Writing, it’s just a quick one to catch up on our progress with our stories inspired by Dominion Tank Police. It’s certainly been a crazy couple of episodes.

One line pitch! Lots of catgirls…

Any other news? We are going to take a break through December and come back in the New Year with more classic anime to watch and more original stories.

And now for our regularly scheduled entertainment…

Otaku on Writing Podcast (Episode 21)

Following on from the obscene discussion of Dominion Tank Police (you might want to check out last week’s episode!), we shall attempt to brainstorm some ideas for another collection of stories. This is going to be interesting!

One line pitch! Otaku after dark…

Any other news? Did I mention that we love reviews? If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes. It helps others find us. Also, if you’ve read any of the Otaku Stories, you can leave a review for them too. Hooray… reviews… Thank you very much.

And now for our regularly scheduled entertainment…

Otaku on Writing Podcast (Episode 20)

Last week, I picked the original four-part Dominion Tank Police as our next anime to watch and review. We’ve all seen it, now to find if it lived up to our memories. This could get ugly!

One line pitch! Freud would have a field day with this…

Any other news? We now have six Otaku Stories collections. It’s hard to believe we’ve been that productive and they certainly look pretty cool all lined up together. Don’t you think?

And now for our regularly scheduled entertainment…

Otaku on Writing Podcast (Episode 19)

In the last episode of Otaku on Writing, we discussed ideas for stories based on Vampire Hunter D. This week we talked about what we wrote and also caught up on what we’re currently reading. Plus it was my turn to pick the next anime…

One line pitch! Everything should have catgirls…

Any other news? We released the latest Otaku Stories yesterday to coincide with Halloween because if you don’t have vampires, are you really doing it right? Grab your copy of Bloodline for just 99 cents.

And now for our regularly scheduled entertainment…

I was a guest on the Stop Booking Around Podcast

What is the Stop Booking Around podcast? Jon Cronshaw, author of The Ravenglass Chronicles helps his friend, Russ to write and publish his first book.

What did you discuss? The topic for this episode was all about finding and developing original ideas for stories. To assist Russ in completing his challenge, Jon also interviews other authors to document tips and ideas. This was one of those episodes and I was the guest. Yeah!

One line pitch! Finding and developing original ideas, with Lynn Sheridan

And here is the episode for your entertainment…