Closet Treats: Episode 10

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Here’s episode 10 of Closet Treats.

You can purchase Closet Treats in ebook right now from, and the unabridged audiobook from Audible and, and iTunes.

Scott Pond, my awesome cover designer, has a new book out. It’s a collection of Id ridden insanity of random thoughts that occurred to him over the many days, weeks, months, and years. I wrote the foreword for it and am damned pleased with the way the book turned out. So if you’re interested in insane ramblings (other than mine, of course), you should check it out.

My novelette, Lamashtu is now on sale for 99¢ or you can get the audiobook from Audible, Amazon, or iTunes.

My newest novel Daemons of Garaaga is available over at, and in audiobook from Audible and Amazon. Get a little slice of ancient history mixed with supernatural creatures and my own spin on succubi and incubi.

For any of you looking to crack into the writing game, you might want to go check out an essay from the author of Wool, Hugh Howey. I’ll leave the link in the show notes.

Basically it’s Mr. Howey’s thoughts on a list of his own making about what it takes to be writer. I didn’t exactly agree with everything he said, or rather the way he said some things, but there are good discussion items in there. I think Scott Sigler is also doing a youtube/podcast series on that as well. I’ll leave that in the notes too.

If you have specific questions on “what it takes to be a writer,” leave ‘em on this post. I’ll do my best to answer questions about my experience. I’ll even do my level best not to make generalizations.

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This podcast presentation of Closet Treats is copyright 2015 by Paul E Cooley and is protected by a Creative Commons, attribution, non-commercial, no-derivatives license.

Performed by John Mierau.

Original music by Andrew Richardson.

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where we don’t believe in happy endings.

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