When standard romance and standard thrillers fail to get your heart racing, the obvious solution is to combine them and try thriller romance Brooke Sivendra style. That’s just what Adelaide author, Brooke Sivendra, does with her novels. Brooke’s leading man, James Thomas, is a man of mystery with a heart of gold and tonight we learn more about him and Brooke’s life as a writer.
This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is from Brian Croser.
Nigel will try to stump the audience with IS IT NEWS on the topic of books and bookshops.
In 100 Weeks Ago we relive something truly historical, with Allison Russell from History SA.
And Voodoo Tattoo, Brett Monten’s band, brings us home in the musical pilgrimage.
Suggested Tweet text: #Thriller #Romance BrookeSivendra style. Meet the #Adelaide #author in episode 187.
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Running Sheet: Thriller Romance Brooke Sivendra Style
|Writer’s block is like extracting teeth|
|Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
|00:02:39||SA Drink Of The Week
|Brian Croser 2015 Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir … tasting notes|
|00:07:46||Stories Without Notice
|The Adelaide Show Podcast is back in the AFL footy tipping competition this year. We are also part of the ABC Adelaide competition. Wish us luck with Nigel’s scientific heuristic. We finished in top 5% nationwide last year.|
When standard romance and standard thrillers fail to get your heart racing, the obvious solution is to combine them. That’s just what Adelaide author, Brooke Sivendra, does with her novels. Brooke’s leading man, James Thomas, is a man of mystery with a heart of gold and tonight we learn more about him and Brookie’s life as a writer.
Here is the link for the free copy of ESCANTA: Book One of the James Thomas Series:
Brooke, you left the world of running your own business where you have some kind of direct control over your income, to pursue your passion of writing. Why?
Does your logical brain from your nuclear science background ever throw doubt over your decisions
What character would you choose for Steve Davis, and what for NDK/
living as an author, etc.
How much detail is too much?
Also, first person vs third
And you swap characters per chapter in the book I’m reading.
Do you ever wish you ONLY published in paperback and never got to hear from the marketplace? The reason I ask is that amid the positive reviews, there was this review and this comment that caught my eye:
anna on March 29, 2016
How do you maintain resilience when these reviews happen?
What is the proofing process
|01:18:24||Is It News?
Nigel challenges the panel to pick the fake story from three stories from South Australia’s past.
News October 1935
Advertiser October 1936
News May 1953
|01:30:58||100 weeks ago
|A snippet of Allison Russell from History SA from episode 87. Allison Russell from History SA took us through a number of History SA projects and stories from South Australia’s past just in time for Anzac Day.|
|01:34:36|| Musical Pilgrimage
|And our song this week is Out Of Your Mind by Voodoo Tattoo, selected by our musical curator Dan Drummond.|
|I write in silence … it’s like a wine lesson for me|
Here is this week’s preview video:
SFX: Throughout the podcast we use free sfx from freesfx.co.uk for the harp, the visa stamp, the silent movie music, the stylus, the radio signal sfx, the wine pouring and cork pulling sfx, and the swooshes around Siri.