Life as It Comes - Robin Maderich
By Robin Maderich
Life as It Comes - Robin MaderichJun 24, 2021
Judging a Book by its Cover
In a continuation of informational self-publishing podcasts (starting with Inspired by Dickens) I discuss the importance of the covers and the various aspects in terms of genre. This podcast is also as a blog at https://robinmaderich.blog. Thanks for stopping by!
Interview with the Vara Group
Today I am speaking with the members of the Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Group, also known as the Vara Group. These knowledgeable gentlemen provide essential training in the psychology of social engineering as well as physical site security evaluation and testing. You can contact them or find out more about what they do at www.thevaragroup.com.
Inspired by Dickens
Dickens, an author of great renown, was also a Victorian self-publisher and a writer who has always inspired me in so many ways. Although I'm no expert, this podcast has some tips for writers considering self-publishing. I hope you find the information helpful! This podcast is also available at my blog: https://robinmaderich.blog/2021/06/07/inspired-by-dickens/
Interview with Ron Probst - IHR Studios (2021)
As promised, I've followed up with an interview with Ron Probst of IHR Studios (www.ihrstudios.com) as he describes the direction in which he has taken his studio in the new decade.
Facebook Failure - the title is self-explanatory, I think. But maybe not so much? You decide. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://robinmaderich.blog/2020/10/27/facebook-failure/
The Library Rules
From my very first blog post, this podcast outlines my exuberance over my favorite place to visit - the library. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://robinmaderich.blog/2015/03/05/the-library-rules/
Visiting Old Friends
Visiting Old Friends is a brief recounting of a memorable visit to Dover, Delaware in June 2016. This episode is also available as a blog post with photos at: http://robinmaderich.blog/2016/06/05/visiting-old-friends/
Friday Morning Visitors
One lovely June morning in 2015, I awoke to rooftop visitors. It took a while to ascertain their identity, but I was glad I did. This episode is also available as a blog post, with accompanying photographs: http://robinmaderich.blog/2015/06/06/friday-morning-visitors/
Back in August 2018, I went to a great show at the Sellersville Theater in Sellersville, PA, and saw Tony Lucca and Jesse Ruben. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://robinmaderich.blog/2018/08/12/we-can/
The Chicken Teapot and the Fantastically Lovely Day
In May 2015, my daughter-in-law and I had the most wonderful adventure on the most fantastically lovely day. I came home with a chicken teapot (yes, a chicken teapot). This episode is also available as a blog post, where you can view a photo of said teapot, as well as the plants, etc., as they relate to that fantastically lovely day: http://robinmaderich.blog/2015/05/23/the-chicken-teapot-and-the-fantastically-lovely-day/
Milkshakes and Memories
An afternoon in Manhattan at the Black Tap provided delicious milkshakes and wonderful memories for a bevy of female cousins.
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://robinmaderich.blog/2018/07/05/milkshakes-memories/
Words - Interview with Ron Probst of IHR Studios (2015)
This is an interview with Ron Probst, IHR Studios' owner and sound engineer. This interview is from 2015. A new interview is scheduled for May of 2021. Ron shares info and insight into recording, mastering, and more.
Fenwick, Food and Family
Saturday’s Adventure or, Apparently, All Roads Lead to Hell
In Saturday's Adventure or, Apparently, All Roads Lead to Hell, my GPS took it upon itself to send me on an adventure. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://robinmaderich.blog/2016/07/10/saturdays-adventure-or-apparently-all-roads-lead-to-hell/