My podcast has been steadily gaining momentum since it started back in February of 2020. (Yeah, like a week before everything shut down…) And in an effort to lightly brag but also show thanks to the people who’ve helped me along and/or had me on their shows, I’m writing this:
Here’s the podcasts, my latest (if not only) appearance, and a few recent episodes.
Before I had a podcast, a fairly fresh, young (at the time) podcast called Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered had me come on to talk about a book I was writing. (It turned out to be Switchers!) In all, I’ve been on 3 times, I think…
Hosted by some of the same people who’ve helmed Threads, I got one of my first blogging gigs with these guys. I stopped to focus on publishing and promoting my book, but hope to work with them again in the future. Thanks to them, and their website, my writing has been seen by thousands of people that wouldn’t have seen it otherwise. Thanks guys! (Even though I was never a guest, I like the dudes who run it and have had most of them on my show at one point or another.)
I went on this show with Jason, co-host of the two previous podcasts and my podcast mentor. It was fun. I plan to go on again, but schedules have been crazy this summer. Maybe this fall…
I interviewed the creator, Jeff Hull. His episode is one of the most downloaded. I had a chance to chat with him a few times since. Very fun conversation with a very unique, creative dude. Again, wasn’t on this podcast. Technically I kinda was; I was thanked in one episode’s show notes. Nah. Not gonna count that. It was cool to see though. Anywho–this super unique, interactive podcast will make you feel good to be alive.
I made a new friend in the host, Ashely Grant. Oddly enough, she’s my first (and still only) blogger friend. I guess the show name makes sense. Yay for bloggy friends!
Jody Sperling is an author and…reluctant book marketer. The show was called Cre8 Collabor8 at the time I was on. It has since changed to what it is as of…Aug 5, 2022.
The host, Jody, more or less quit his job, sold a bunch of his stuff, and pursued writing and podcasting full time. Quite an interesting guy, in my silly little opinion. Soft spoken voice is easy on the ears. He and his guests give great advice for writers. It’s all good.
Kirk Ross is the sole creator of this crazy little thing. He does music, sound fx, interviews, colorful solo episodes, and a killer YouTube page. I’ve been on this one a few times and collaborated musically a handful of times. And we hang out sometimes. Better ingredients. Better podcast. A Talk in the Attic.
Oh yeah…HE ALSO DESIGNED MY BOOK COVER! Talent people. Talent.
K, my homies. That’s all I got.
If you like the blog or the podcast (or better yet: both), then take a look at my book. Ya know, the one Kirk made the cover for.
Christopher Tallon is the author of the dark, adventurous, time-travel novel Switchers.
I’ll snap dem bones / Slap ya dome / Make you leave that crack alone