Headspace by Beth Cato. Narrated by Steve Quinn. Hosted by J.S. Arquin. #SciFi #cats The creature entered the light. "Damn," Akiko muttered. The ginger kitten had an odd, ambling gait that showed the sharp jut of its hips. God, the thing was half dead, and way too small. A runt, maybe, or just plain wasting away. Its mouth opened in a silent meow. A stubby tail stood upright as a flagpole. "Hey," she crooned, holding out a gloved hand. Before even reaching her, the critter began to purr. A trusting thing, then. Socialized. "How the hell did you get up here? That hop was too short for you to be born aboard. How did you escape? Did someone try to steal you, strip your ID, stuff you up here?" Damn, she'd need to check those quarters. There had to be some kind of break in the grate. AUTHOR Nebula-nominated Beth Cato is the author of the Clockwork Dagger duology and the Blood of Earth trilogy from Harper Voyager. She’s a Hanford, California native transplanted to the Arizona desert, where she lives with her husband, son, and requisite cats. Follow her at BethCato.com and on Twitter at @BethCato. NARRATOR Steve Quinn is an audiobook narrator and voice actor living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Texas (yee-haw I guess) he moved to the big city to pursue comedy- performing in countless sketch, improv and stand-up shows. His joke about almond butter got him noticed by a casting director who said he had the face for voice over. After voicing dozens of commercials and cartoons his love of storytelling led him to full time audiobook narration and you may find his titles on Audible, Amazon & ITunes. He currently lives in Brooklyn with his lovely girlfriend Sarah, their 7-month-old daughter Ciara (pronounced Key-Ruh) and Lou the cat whom he found inspiration from to tell this story. Find him at stevequinnvo.com or follow him on Instagram: @juststevequinn for endless pictures of his cute baby. Please help support The Overcast. Become a Patron Today! Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify so you never miss an episode. While you're there, don't forget to leave a review!
Toilet Gnomes at War by Beth Cato. Narrated by J.S. Arquin. Featuring an afterword written by Beth Cato. #fantasy #gnomes #grandma #coffee "The wailing within the walls worsened, like someone packed a hive of banshees inside and told them to sing Michael Bolton." Nebula-nominated Beth Cato is the author of the Clockwork Dagger duology and the Blood of Earth trilogy from Harper Voyager. She’s a Hanford, California native transplanted to the Arizona desert, where she lives with her husband, son, and requisite cats. Follow her at BethCato.com and on Twitter at @BethCato. Please help support The Overcast. Become a Patron Today! Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher or Spotify so you never miss an episode. While you're there, don't forget to leave a review! J.S. Arquin's Crimson Dust Cycle trilogy is complete! Go to www.arquinworlds.com to download your free prequel story. Are you an author who loves J.S. Arquin's narrations? Ask him to narrate your audiobook at www.arquinaudiobooks.com
This week we talk with fantasy author Beth Cato about steampunk with her Clockwork Dagger series, alternate history in early 1900’s America with her Blood of Earth series including October 2018’s upcoming release Roar of Sky, and tons about her fabulous baking, much of which is included in the Bready or Not: Sweet Maple Cookbook!Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really does help.Join the plot with Serial Box -- Once & Future Podcast listeners can get a discount on any first season of a Serial Box series. Head to serialbox.com and enter the promo code: ONCEFUTURE18. Click the image below to visit this week's awesome sponsor!
#4: Steampunk, Dieselpunk, and Alternate History With Author Beth Cato
This week I interview Beth Cato, a steampunk author with dieselpunk leanings. Beth has a fascinating Blood of Earth series set in an alternate San Francisco, and her Clockwork Dagger series is "Final Fantasy meets Agatha Christie" (inspired by Murder on the Orient Express, hello!), among many other interesting works. We talk all about it in this episode. Also, Beth has a unique approach to her author blog, where she's incorporated another passion of hers: baking! Come learn about her Bready or Not posts, which have a nice side benefit of helping her market her stories. Join us!
O&F Podcast, Ep. 161: Once & Future Live Megacast, Gen Con 2017: Beth Cato & Mercedes Lackey
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This episode comes to you from Gen Con 2017, celebrating its 50th year! Join host Anton Strout in our third year of live shows from the Writer’s Symposium as we talk with awesome authors Beth Cato and Mercedes Lackey. We discuss careers, cookies, gaming, raptors, writing, and geeky podcast goodness for science fiction/fantasy readers and writers alike.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really does help. Click the image below to visit this episode's awesome sponsor!
Unscrambled Authors Episode 32: Beth Cato on Her New Release
About the show Beth is a repeat guest, having been on episode 9. I’m pleased to have her back today to talk about historical research and things she discovered while working on her new release, Call of Fire. We also discuss my favorite feature on her blog: Bready or Not. If you want to find out how to find the most delicious recipies, stay tuned. Food Network, eat your heart out, because I have Beth Cato on today’s show and she’s cooking up good books and even more scrumptious snacks. About Our Guest I reside in Buckeye, Arizona, on the outskirts of Phoenix. My family includes my husband Jason, son Nicholas, and elder-cat Porom. I’m originally from Hanford, California. If I wear ruby slippers and tap my heels three times, that’s where I go by default. Website: http://bethcato.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beth.cato Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/BethCato Pintrest: http://pinterest.com/bethcato/ About the Book A resourceful young heroine must protect the world from her enemies—and her own power—in this thrilling sequel to the acclaimed Breath of Earth, an imaginative blend of alternative history, fantasy, science, magic, and adventure. When an earthquake devastates San Francisco in an alternate 1906, the influx of geomantic energy nearly consumes Ingrid Carmichael. Bruised but alive, the young geomancer flees the city with her friends, Cy, Lee, and Fenris. She is desperate to escape Ambassador Blum, the cunning and dangerous bureaucrat who wants to use Ingrid’s formidable powers to help the Unified Pacific—the confederation of the United States and Japan—achieve world domination. To stop them, Ingrid must learn more about the god-like magic she inherited from her estranged father—the man who set off the quake that obliterated San Francisco. When Lee and Fenris are kidnapped in Portland, Ingrid and Cy are forced to ally themselves with another ambassador from the Unified Pacific: the powerful and mysterious Theodore Roosevelt. But even TR’s influence may not be enough to save them when they reach Seattle, where the magnificent peak of Mount Rainier looms. Discovering more about herself and her abilities, Ingrid is all too aware that she may prove to be the fuse to light the long-dormant volcano . . . and a war that will sweep the world. Purchase from Amazon Check Out All of Beth Cato’s Books on Amazon
Main Fiction: "Overlap" by Beth Cato http://www.bethcato.com/Originally published in Science Fiction Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy)Beth Cato is the author of THE CLOCKWORK DAGGER steampunk fantasy series from Harper Voyager. Her short fiction is in InterGalactic Medicine Show, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Daily Science Fiction. She’s a Hanford, California native transplanted to the Arizona desert, where she lives with her husband, son, and requisite cat. Follow her at BethCato.com and on Twitter at @BethCato.Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. Sturgis http://www.amyhsturgis.com/Narrated by: Christiana Ellis http://christianaellis.com/Christiana Ellis is an award-winning writer and podcaster, currently living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her podcast novel, Nina Kimberly the Merciless was both an inaugural nominee for the 2006 Parsec Award for Best Speculative Fiction: Long Form, as well as a finalist for a 2006 Podcast Peer Award. Nina Kimberly the Merciless is available in print from...Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/starshipsofa. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.