JC Hutchins who wrote 7th Son is a Mac using author

23/11/2009 at 7:15 pm Leave a comment

Listen to the Podcast at Writers20Q

This morning I finished editing the interview that I did with J.C. Hutchins. I really had a great chat with him about the craft of writing and about the podcasting part of what he has done. Didn’t get to talk much about the fact that he uses the Mac to do his work in Pages from iWork and with Garageband for making his podcasts of his novels. Maybe I will have to get him back to talk just about being a Mac user.

I really enjoyed talking to him and also enjoyed listening to it again when I edited the interview. If you want to listen you will be able to find the podcast at the Writers20Qweb site. JC is a great guy and I teased him a bit about mental hospital experience, which he thought was very funny, he has an excellent sense of humour which is always good in a person.

The story that he podcasted is called 7th Son: Descent and is all about human cloning. It is a Science fiction, thriller adventure story and I enjoyed listening to the series.

He now has a book out called Personal Effects: Dark Artand is a fully immersive experience which is augmented by physical items included with the book to allow you to actually take an active role in the adventure. I have started to listen to the prequel story connected to this novel Personal Effects – Sword of Blood and have been enjoying it so far.

JC tells me about his mental institution experience and how he used it in his story about Zack the art therapist in Personal Effects : Sword of blood.

I asked him about how he works out the stories and the details behind the characters. While we were talking about the craft of writing we had a few laughs along the way.


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