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The Liars Club Oddcast

A bunch of people who make stuff up for a living, interviewing other people who make stuff up for a living. All while drinking beer and wine in the middle of the day. What could possibly go wrong? Join us for a lively round of lies and exaggerations featuring everyone from NY Times Bestselling authors to National Book Award finalists to debut novelists, screenwriters, actors and more. Hosted by The Liars Club. Sorry, not responsible for the truthiness of any content, because, Liars. Pants currently on fire. Ouch.

Mar 26, 2020

Erica Ruth Neubauer reviewed mysteries and crime fiction for Publisher’s Weekly, the LA Review of Books and Mystery Scene Magazine before writing her acclaimed debut, MURDER AT THE MENA HOUSE. This week, she talks about her background in the military, cop and high school English, the biggest surprises of being a...


Mar 19, 2020

"Who said that," she said? We say it's time for an authors roundtable on dialogue attribution. With writing tips on how to be clear and effective -- and how to avoid pitfalls like the siren call of the adverb. An honest discussion about dialogue attribution with cohosts Merry Jones, Jon McGoran, and Keith...


Mar 12, 2020

This week Nebula and multi-Award winning Romance and Erotica writers Charity Parkerson (Second Choice) and Jennifer Stevenson (Trash Sex Magic) gang up on the Oddcast with hilarious and helpful tips about writing good sex scenes, and how to make use of sexy witches and demons—with cohosts Gregory Frost, Merry Jones,...


Mar 5, 2020

Alison Gaylin, the USA Today and International bestselling author of 11 suspense novels, has won an Edgar Award, a Shamus and a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award. On this week's Oddcast, she talks about her journalism and theater background, cowriting the graphic novel NORMANDY GOLD with Megan Abbott, and her...


Feb 27, 2020

Time for another spirited authors' roundtable, with writing tips for how to make flashbacks an effective valuable tool, and warnings for when and why they can go spectacularly bad. An honest discussion about making flashbacks work with Oddcast cohosts Merry Jones, Gregory Frost, Jon McGoran, and Keith...