On today’s show I am fortunate to have back at The Tree House Studio one of my favorite authors, Max Hernandez. Max talks to us about his novel, Thieves Emporium, a compelling journey into a dystopian future where the innocent and the not so innocent live, work and play on the dark side of the internet. Throughout this interview Max shares with us his vision of the past the present and the future!
Thieves Emporium can be purchased in ebook format with fiat from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Smashwords, or with Bitcoin from Bitbooks at bitbooks.co/product/thieves-emporium. If you want to pay with gold you will have to contact the publisher directly: SamSpade@seabird.us
Paperbacks can be purchased for fiat from Amazon or your favorite bookstore.
Max Hernandez welcomes comments on Thieves Emporium as well as suggestions for his next book. He can be contacted at MaxHernandez@vistomail.com.
Ode To Satoshi
Ode to Satoshi lyrics & melody by John Barrett
Copyright 2014 RJM Publishing – BMI Nashville.
Lead Vocal, Harmony Vocals, Harmonica, Snare Drum: John Barrett
Harmony vocals: John Barrett, Connie Sinclair and Lij Shaw
Guitar: Jonathan Brown
Mandolin: Ben Miller
Bass Guitar: Michael Rinne
Initial tracks recorded by Mark Thornton of Sidekick Sound Studios, Madison, TN.
All other tracks Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at The Toy Box Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Engineer: Lij Shaw. Assistant to engineer: Don The Don Bates
Produced by John Barrett & Elijah Lij Shaw
Special thanks to Alex Munoz Guijarro for his excellent pedal steel playing on many of our shows.
Interviews for this episode were edited and produced by John Barrett at The Tree House Studio – East Nashville, Tennessee.
Theme song Gravy by the band, Eleanor Roosevelt with Lij on fiddle.
And a big thank you to the moral support from my friends at The Tennessee Bitcoin Alliance: TennesseeBitcoin.org