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This is the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast Episode 152 with Chris Lodwig .
Good day and welcome to this episode of the Books and Authors Fantasy and Sci-Fi Podcast. I’m your host, podcaster and author of Fun Fantasy Reads, Jamie Davis. This podcast is exactly what the title says it is, a show focused on everything in fantasy books.
This show will cover everything to do with fantasy books. From Epic Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery, and everything in between, expect to find the best and brightest authors from all the various corners of the fantasy book world. Plus we’ll add in a few other very special guests as well along the way.
Kicking things off this week with my author update, I enjoyed the joy of an abscessed tooth and eventually a root canal this past week so I didn’t get much writing done. I’m still working on writing The Paramedic’s Sorceress, book 9 in the Extreme Medical Services series. If you want to see a sneak peek of the cover, head over to Facebook and join the Jamie’s Fun Fantasy Readers group. Also, you’ll be there in time to be entered in my February giveaway.
You can check out more information on what I’m up to, including some early looks at excerpts from the new book over in my Fun Fantasy Readers facebook group. I post sneak peeks of upcoming covers, special giveaways, and more, by visiting my fan group on Facebook, Jamie’s Fun Fantasy Readers and over at my website and blog, JamieDavisBooks.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
This week on the show, I chat with author Chris Lodwig. Chris lives in Seattle with his wife, daughter, dog, lizard, and an unlikely number of shrimp. He has spent the last twenty-three years working for technology companies in the greater Seattle area.
He spent his younger years playing music, frequenting Burning Man, throwing art parties and unsanctioned parades, and clandestinely installing monoliths and other art in local parks.
He has degrees in both Comparative History of Ideas and Communications from the University of Washington. Systemic is his first published novel.