Shelter Somerset

September 30, 2016

It gives us great pleasure to announce Shelter Somerset as the guest on episode 077: Wouldn’t it be Cool!

This week Shelter Somerset joins us to talk about focusing on themes, writing contemporary/historical/mystery novels that just happen to have gay protagonists and playing with your favorite genre elements.

Follow and support Shelter’s writing:

Bio:

Shelter Somerset enjoys writing about the lives of people who live off the land, whether they be the Amish, nineteenth-century pioneers, or modern-day idealists seeking to live apart from the crowd. Shelter’s fascination with the rustic, aesthetic lifestyle began as a child with family camping trips into the Blue Ridge Mountains. When not back home in Illinois writing, Shelter continues to explore America’s expansive backcountry and rural communities. Shelter’s philosophy is best summed up by the actor John Wayne: “Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway.”

This Podcast Episode is
AVAILABLE NOW!
itunes-logo-300x112GooglePlay-logo-300x112stitcher-logo-300x112

Or on Soundcloud:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *