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From the writing desk of award-nominated and award-winning authors and podcasters Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris comes The Shared Desk, a writer's show that explores collaboration, science fiction, fantasy, and just about anything that catches their fleeting attention spans.
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Episode #74: Your Voicemails!
It’s so nice to breathe again, and because we got over the bug that we’ve passed back and forth to one another, we are back with a brand new Shared Desk! We have The Nebula Awards Conference this weekend, so as we are prepping for that, we’re turning to our voicemails and spending some time with you this go-round! (See—when you leave us Voicemail, we put you on the show!) We are also debuting a new segment for the show. Make sure to let us know what you think at 703-791-1701, and we may feature you in a segment or a special show just like this one.
Well, not just like this one as we are not going to get the exact feedback.
You know what we mean!
00:00 — Introduction
No longer shouting into the mic. See, Pip can be taught!
Thanks, Billy, for the sweet drop-in!
Big shout out for all this great geekery on the television. Well, not all of it…
Anyone else excited about The Defenders?
Finally over the sniffles, the coughing, and the congestion…
Pip missed Ravencon, but here’s a flashback to it.
Then Tee got sick. Thanks, Pip.
Why you edit audiobooks…
03:54 — Episode 74: Your Voicemails!
Some Voicemail love
We’ve been letting the voicemails stack up, so we’re giving the whole show to them.
Some cross-promotion for Happy Hour from the Tower
Upcoming Podcasting for Dummies shenanigans
…and yeah, a lot of podcasting in the works for the both of us!
First Voicemail: Brian Webber & Episode 69
Great Dungeons & Dragons stories
Arkle’s suggestion for Tee and Nick’s talk, Slightly Off-Key
Quick nod to Daemon Suede’s Cinema Craptastique
Pip is totally in sync with Arkle’s D&D story
Concerning ADHDD&D on the Geek Wolfpack Podcast
Second Voicemail: Chris Lester & Episode 71
Chris knows how to plug!
The theory of what brings on The Impostor Syndrome
Chris’ introduction to Hamilton parallels Tee’s
Some Hamilton trivia, especially Lin-Manuel Miranda at the White House
Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Creative Process
A discussion about being a “Genius”
Third Voicemail: Nobilis Reed & Episode 73
When authors don’t want to move forward, why does that mean readers can’t?
The end can be the beginning, whether it is a role-playing game (like ours!) or writing fan fiction.
Fan fiction is a healthy extension of where an author’s work ends.
Mike Rigg launched the Steam Rollers Adventure Podcast as an extension of his own world (and Tee loves to listen).
Fourth Voicemail: Steve Pritchard & Episode 73
More reminiscing o