7 de julio de 2017

Jam Sessions S1E69 - Fantastic Alternative History

Our second episode in English! And now we are honoured to have a man of science who knows how to mix fantastical elements with our reality to create amazing stories: Ian Tregillis.

Join Ian, Blanca and me to discuss how can you combine elements that are not commonly found together, also we are going to pick his brain to learn how he has been able to travel to alternative universes, since his books have a real grasp of such realities, as shown on The Milkweed Triptych or The Alchemy Wars.

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Executive Producer: Blanca López


Co-Producer: Jaime Rosales
Co-Producer: Román Rangel
Co-Producter: Titus Bondi. 

Special thanks to our Patreons: Álvaro VázquezDaniel Krauze,  Fernando TeodoroEdith SánchezAlejandro Alemán y Juan Espíritu.


They all receive an exclusive version of this show, with an extra behind the scenes. Want to know how to get it? Visit our Patreon Page and receive extra content!


And also they the chance to win a Digital Copy (Kindle only) of Bitter Seeds or The Mechanical. How? It's really easy. To win it your copy of Bitter Seeds, select your favourite quote from Goodreads, copy and paste it on the comments of this post. To get a copy of The Mechanical, do the same: select a quote from Goodreads, copy and paste it on the comments of this very post. You have to be a Patreon to participate. This has to be done during the streaming. Just 1 book per person. 

Update: We already have the winners: Edith and Blanca/Antonio.  Hope you enjoy your books, guys!  Remember to claim them.

3 comentarios :

Edith Sánchez dijo...

My favorite quote form Goodreads was this:

“Freedom felt like… nothing. Free Will was a vacuum, a negative space. It was the absence of coercion, the absence of compulsion, the absence of agony.” 
― Ian Tregillis, The Mechanical

Greetings, great show.

Dan Campos dijo...

Y tenemos a la primera ganadora...

Aunque hicieron trampa, usaron la frase que dije yo en el programa. :p

Dan Campos dijo...

Y... por lo que veo, ya fueron todos los ganadores.

Estén al pendiente de futuras entregas para participar. :D