I’ve wanted to podcast my first novel for a couple years. I’ve wanted to do a bi-weekly podcast for The Juggling Writer since I started the blog almost a year ago.

My first novel, called Hell Comes with Wood Paneled Doors, is a humorous coming-of-age story about a family traveling cross country in a possessed station wagon. Check out the podcast here.

I’m still knocking around ideas for the The Juggling Writer podcast, but it’s something I’d really like to do.

I just found myself unemployed [again] after working for a month following a 7-month bout with unemployment.

Hopefully this time around with no job won’t last more than a week or two, but while I’m looking for work, I may as well put the time to good use and start figuring out how to get the best sound for podcasts.


  1. Hey, nice spider and pop filter! The first episode sounded great! What’s the site for more?

  2. Christopher Gronlund says


    Right now, there’s no site. I’m working on that right now, however.

    I pitched the first recording to the guys in my writing group, and I think I’ll just be podcasting my own stuff.

    So this weekend is recording some stuff and getting the sites for various podcasts up. I plan to have a podcast for my short fiction, one for my first novel, and one for The Juggling Writer.

    Looking forward to seeing some of the interviews you did at Open Camp.

    Thanks for the reply and take care!

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