Shawn Bishop

A challenge from Shawn Bishop, Sword of Blood's producer! by J.C. Hutchins

Yo, peeps! You're gonna love this killer challenge put forth by Shawn Bishop, the brilliant audio producer of Personal Effects: Sword of Blood. The man wants YOU to get crazy and promote the print release of Personal Effects: Dark Art in public!

Listen to this mad genius throw it down, Bishie-style, for ya. Your mission: Promote the book, document your insanely cool public promotion, and send your evidence to me at 7thSonNovel@gmail.com. The three most-clever promoters snag free signed copies of Personal Effects: Dark Art!

Shawn's got all the details, so dig the audio, and participate!

"7th Son" Anthems: Revisited by J.C. Hutchins

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In the final episode of 7th Son, Book Three: Destruction, listeners were treated to a mixed audio montage of the anthems heard in the 7th Son trilogy. Fans of the series requested a stand-alone version of that experience, and now J.C. Hutchins can release it into the wild.

This audio was brilliantly mixed by Destruction's producer, Shawn Bishop, and features these songs:

  • "Afraid This Time" by Celldweller (Intro)
  • "Purple" by Ethic (Book One: Descent anthem)
  • "Switchback" by Celldweller (Book Two: Deceit anthem)
  • "Symbiont" by Celldweller (Book Three: Destruction anthem)

Enjoy!

"7th Son: Destruction" Blooper Reel by J.C. Hutchins

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Fans of 7th Son, Book Three: Destruction may remember a brilliant audio recording that first saw light back in December 2007, when author J.C. Hutchins chatted with Destruction's producer, Shawn Bishop.

In that Q&A episode, Shawn presented a masterfully-mixed, hilarious "blooper reel" of a flummoxed -- and very foul-mouthed -- Hutchins as he tried to read various parts of the novel. Hutchins' readings may be very good indeed in the 7th Son audiobooks ... but there's many a mis-speak between mic and final mixdown.

Listeners requested a stand-alone audio file of this blooper reel, and -- after receiving permission from Celldweller to release the file into the wild (Celldweller provides the "soundtrack" for the experience) -- they can now listen to it in all its snarky glory. Be warned: four-letter words abound.