TCP Interview with Army veteran and Author David Scott

Here we go everybody this is the TCP, and I am John Stamp. With me is the ageless Tiger-dog snoozing right here next to me.

To start, continuing my wholehearted thanks for your continuing support for Brother’s Keeper, Blood Red Ivory, and Spoilers on Audible. Thank you for all the support and compliments you’ve sent.

Also, if you haven’t got around to it yet, Wild Blue Press has Blood Red Ivory on sale this week for $2.99. Just tossing that out there.

Tonight, I get to talk to Army veteran and Author of the Titan Protocol, David Scott.

David Scott was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, but grew up in a New Jersey suburb. He served for more than 12 years in the US military. His first four years were with the Marine Corps during which time he deployed to Japan, Afghanistan, and twice to Iraq. Leaving the Marines, he worked at the Internal Revenue Service while attending college. David then joined the US Army to become a Blackhawk helicopter pilot. After the Army he worked as a software developer. When not writing, he works as a podcast editor.

You can connect with David on: https://twitter.com/davidscottbooks https://www.facebook.com/davidscottbooks https://www.instagram.com/davidscottbooks

Big thanks to Crush Limbo for the music.

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TCP Ep. 24 Spoilers is on Audible!

Spoilers came out on Audible this past week. Figured I would offer a sample and talk about how the book and all those great characters came to life. Enjoy. Talk to you next week.

Thanks to Crush Limbo for the music.

TCP Ep. 11 A.M. Adair

A.M. Adair is an active duty Chief Warrant Officer and Intelligence Specialist with the US Navy. She’s also the author of the Elle Anderson Series, an explosive three-book spy thriller that includes Shadow Game, The Deeper Shadow, and Shadow War.

Find A.M. at:

 Facebook: @AmaAdair

IG: @A.M.Adair

Twitter: @AMAdair6

LinkedIn: Ama Adair

Website: amadair.com

Don’t forget to check out Blood Red Ivory, now in Audiobook.

Thanks to Crush Limbo for the music

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