We open the episode by announcing the books we’ve chosen for Indie April. We read the descriptions of the books and where you can find the authors. We also give you a handy tip in regards to Amazon book reviews.

After that, we get into the episode. Though, it really isn’t much of an episode. We simply discuss book and story titles and what we think makes for a good or bad title. We also give plenty of examples of good titles. 

Here is the list of our Indie April books:

Ballad of the Dead: A Modern Fairy Tale by D.N. Moore – Twitter is @therealdnmoore

No More Tales To Tell by Thomas Muller – Twitter is @ThomasM20073887

Feminine Shades by Tracey Chizoba Fletcher – Twitter is @zobafletcher

Life of Maggot by Paul Jameson – Twitter is @Modquokka

Neon Druid: An Anthology of Urban Celtic Fantasy edited by I.E. Kneverday – Twitter is @kneverday

#85: Real Irish Fiction And Samurai Novels Drunken Pen Writing Podcast

We kick off the episode by discussing the Irish language and some real Irish fiction. We discuss the legendary Irish writer Máirtín Ó Cadhain and his most famous novel, "Cré na Cille" or "The Graveyard Clay" as it's known in English. The focus of the episode, though, is on the ten best Samurai novels. We also talk a bit about classic samurai movies, some Japanese history, the Japanese language, and the most famous samurai Miyamoto Musashi.  Caleb ends the episode by going on an epic rant against ads. Specifically, a certain insurance company that constantly ruins his YouTube video binges.  You can check out our work at http://www.drunkenpenwriting.com You can follow us on Twitter @drunkpenwriting On Instagram @drunkenpenwriting And like us on Facebook @drunkenpenwriting
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