Andrew Pourciaux is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show. Andrew shares with us 5 ways writing an audio drama is different to writing a book and gives us a preview to one of the audio dramas he’s written. I assure you, you need to click play now.
About Andrew Pourciaux
Andrew Pourciaux is a novelist hailing from sunny Sarasota, Florida. His passion is to tell stories of all types through any medium available, whether through the written word or through audio dramas. He can be found either writing or recording in his studio, Cosmic Canvas Studio. When not working, he enjoys studying morse code and playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Andrew has written and produced a fantasy comedy series called We’re So Bad At Adventuring, which can be found at www.terribleadventurers.com. He has written, directed and starred in three straight seasons of the show.
About The Segilola Salami Show
The Segilola Salami show is hosted by Segilola Salami who is also an author and a blogger. Her latest book is called Useless Warrior Princess.
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