Published on May 30th, 2014 | by Andew Dupe


Gweekly News Desk #8 with Daniel Haight – Flotilla Series

Today we interview our guest host Daniel Haight (like the opposite of love) the sci-fi author of many short stories and more notably the dystopian novel series Flotilla.  Dan was an amazing guest host and with his background in radio he ends up stealing the show in the best way possible.  We talk about his book writing career, the folly of modern popular sci-fi, the troubles creative individuals face when trying to get their work out there, the fact that Californians apparently don’t have basements (weird right?), and much more.  Oh! We get to the news too.

We want to thank Dan again for taking time to be on our podcast and we will welcome him back anytime.

If you want to know more about our guest you can find him:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlotillaOnline  (@FlotillaOnline)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlotillaOnline
via his website: http://flotillaonline.com/
His books are available on Amazon:  Flotilla and Iron Mountain

He also came up with a program where he’d give away a copy of his book every time someone on Reddit bought a copy of the book. For every copy of Iron Mountain you buy, he will commit to giving away a copy to abuse survivors on Reddit. If you buy a Kindle copy, if you buy a hard copy, he’ll donate a copy to an abuse survivor in your name.


or click here

Here is the trailer for his book series:


Show Notes: May 29 2014

How’s does Charles Xavier always beat Magneto?







  • Fantastic Four to be put in the real world negative zone?
  • Howard the Duck’s sin


About the Author

Andrew is a web developer and general geek. He likes drawing, programming, table top gaming, video gaming, other general geek things, and of course long walks on the beach. Follow him on twitter @dup3

Favourite Movie: Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi
Favourite Game: Halo 2
Favourite Book: Name of the Wind

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