Lucky you, we’re packing three new interviews into a 25-minute episode. Heather Roulo and Rhonda Carpenter are back and ready to bring you the news, promos, and contests that you’ve been waiting for. In addition to their interviews with Erin O’Briant and Michael Thomas Cunningham, our new permanent interviewer Brian Rathbone brings us JP O’Donnell.


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JP O’Donnell

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Dr. Joseph P. O’Donnell is a board-certified pediatric dentist who has been involved in clinical practice and dental education for more than thirty-five years. Dr. O’Donnell is an Associate Clinical Professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.

Dr. O’Donnell has authored a number of scientific articles pertaining to pediatric dentistry and special needs patients. However, for the past several years, he has pursued his long-time interest in creative writing. Under the pen name of JP O’Donnell, he has written two mystery novels, Fatal Gamble and the sequel, Deadly Codes: A Gallagher Novel. Both books have been awarded the distinction of Editor’s Choice and Reader’s Choice by his publisher, iUniverse.

For more information about the books of JP O’Donnell, please visit his website:

Michael Thomas Cunningham

Christy is complete on

Michael Thomas Cunningham resides in Bristol Tennessee.  He holds a BA in English as well as a Master’s in Business Administration.  When he is not writing or podcasting, he spends most of his time worrying about why he’s not writing or podcasting.  

Website for the book is

Feedback line is 877-50-NOVEL.

Email address is

Erin O’Briant

Glitter Girl is complete on

Erin O’Briant is a San Francisco Bay Area writer and the author of the novel Glitter Girl. She is a writing teacher and has an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College.

Contact Erin at

Check out her site at


The Boom Effect

The auction to raise funds for Sonic Boom was started by a group of podcasters and writers as a way for these communities to show support for the Morris family. Tee Morris is a beloved founding father of the podcasting community; co-creator of, writer of four social media books, and the first novelist to serialise his novel. On the 5th of January 2010 Tee found himself facing raising his daughter (with the alias of Sonic Boom) alone, after the sudden, shocking death of his wife Natalie. Check out for auction items to raise funds for Sonic Boom. All items will be auctioned on the webathon on 27th of February

Blog Talk Radio

Blog Talk Radio returns. Every other Thursday at 6pm Pacific time you can catch Rhonda and one of our great authors LIVE. The new season kicks off with voice talent Jeffrey Kafer on Thursday, February 11 at 6pm Pacific. Set a reminder now.

Podioracket Presents- Visionaries

We have gathered together 16 fabulous short stories by authors. The anthology debuts on on February 12.

We’re setting things into high gear right off the bat with five amazing authors.

J.C. Hutchins brings us Day 3 from his the world of 7th Son:Descent, followed by Brian Holtz‘s never before aired short story Jeremy’s Potential, then we add a dash of humor to lighten things up with Patrick McLean‘s Parsec Winning Death of a Dishwasher. Paul E. Cooley, a master at the short story, swoops in with Canvas. He’s followed by crowd favorite Seth Harwood with Junius, the precursor to his novel Young Junius, which was just picked up for publication.  Whew!

New Releases


Bundle of Trouble: A Maternal Instincts Mystery by Diana Orgain Mystery

The Secret World Chronicle, Book Three: World Well Lost by Mercedes Lackey and Steve Libbey Science Fiction

Now Complete


Griffin’s Daughter by Leslie Ann Moore Fantasy

The Dreamer’s Thread by Starla Huchton Fantasy

Released in Full

Due to the recent wave of authors releasing their full work all at once we are adding this new category.

The Crypt Book 01: The Crew by Scott Sigler Science Fiction

The Innerglow Effect by Craig Robertson Fiction