When You’re What’s On The Menu: Cooking the Books with Mur Lafferty

Presenting the first-ever Cooking the Books podcast! – brought to you in no small part by Mur Lafferty’s I Should Be Writing podcast expertise. 

photo by JR Blackwell

Mur Lafferty is the author of The Shambling Guide to New York City (Orbit, 2013) and the recently released Ghost Train To New Orleans (Orbit, 2014). The 2013 John W. Campbell Award winner is also a fantastic friend to new writers. Her I Should Be Writing podcast contains a regular dose of encouragement, empathy, and advice.

What’s more, Mur is funny as all get out, and that comes across really well in a podcast. Let us know what you think! Get Your Cooking the Books podcast here!
It’s also here!

Cooking the Books #1: When You’re What’s On the Menu – Cooking the Books with Mur Lafferty – April 24, 2014

Want to know more before you commit to clicking the link? I’d be remiss if I didn’t list the ingredients. Here we go:

When You’re What’s On The Menu: Cooking the Books with Mur Lafferty contains:
  • 1/2 scoop I Should Be Writing
  • Assorted lesser gods
  • 2 Underground Publishing city guides for vampires, zombies, and monsters
  • 1 city talker
  • 2 favorite New Orleans restaurants
  • 1 road trip with Ursula Vernon

Plus! the following recipe for Ego Pie: 

Mur says: “Ego Pie is essentially Emeril Legasse’s chocolate creme pie, but you add 1/4-1/2 of a teaspoon of cayenne. My husband says that’s too much, but the point is to go past enjoyment into a little bit of pain because that’s what an ego needs.”
Mur Lafferty can be found at Murverse.com and on Twitter at @mightymur
Thanks for tuning in, everyone! Next month, we shift back to the blog with more interviews. Meantime, leave a comment to let me know what you thought of the podcast format.  For Reasons to be named later.
Available via paperback, ebook, and audiobook.
(Amz) (BN) (Indie) (Waterstones)
Available via paperback, ebook, and audiobook.
(Amz) (BN) (Indie) (Waterstones) (Audible)
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