I Told You I’d Have Guests
I’ve been promising to have guests on the podcasts for awhile now. Well, today I delivered. My first guest is James David Nicol, a talented writer who gets things done. We’re going to talk about his books, Createspace, self-publishing, how he gets things done, and a bit else.
Unfortunately, David has suffered for being my first guest, and our session came out with pretty low quality audio. That’s my fault, so sorry about that. He’s said he may come back to do another show in the future. For the moment, pretend you’re listening to audio smuggled at great personal risk out of some exotic locale.
About James David Nicol and His “Mac and June” Books
Well, let’s start with his website, JamesDavidNicol.com, and then the books! You should check them out: They’re hilarious, and I highly recommend them!
The Mac and June (in progress) Trilogy:
James David Nicol was born and grew up in the North-East of Scotland. On leaving school, he lived in London for fourteen years, working in a bank by day, and playing in bands on nights and weekends. He spent a couple of years in Hong Kong and Australia , before moving to the USA, where he still lives.
A relative newcomer to writing, Nicol contributed short stories to two anthologies; Twisted History, in which a journalist interviews a still very much alive Elvis in 1995. In Twisted Nightmares, Nicol’s piece concerns a young doctor who seduces the young wife of a ninety year-old billionaire, with unexpected consequences.