That’s right, folks! I delve into the exciting, and deadly, world of business taxes! Get thee to an accountant! Let their black magic be worked upon thee!
I also talk about laundering. Actual laundry, not money. I let my accountant do all my money laundering. Wait…is this thing on?
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In this episode I chat about my specific formula for writing a novel a month. Well, not really a month. Actually, it is a… Oh, just listen to the damn podcast!
And I talk about my Jeep. And other stuffs. I probably hate on social media.
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In the fifth episode of Writing In Suburbia, I discuss the juggling act of figuring out what to write next. I discuss the problem of committing to projects too soon which could lead to missing prime opportunities that haven’t shown up yet. It’s not a Catch-22, not a Sophie’s Choice, it’s a juggling act!
I also talk about cleaning the kitchen. Because that place gets gross.
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It’s another week which means there is another episode of Writing In Suburbia!
This week I jabber about social media and how much I really dislike the rules that have been forced on to people when it comes to what you can and cannot do as a writer. Or even as a person. I do my ramble rant thing.
I also talk a little about AntiBio 2 and why you need to leave a review if you’ve read it!
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Time for another episode of Writing In Suburbia. This week’s episode is about the importance of paying attention to your taxes. Seriously.
Of course, I make the topic fun. No, I don’t. That’s a lie. Taxes are never fun. But they are important. Have a listen. It could save you some heartbreak and headaches.
Also, I mock John Green for being in Paris. Not really. Good for John Green being in Paris. I envy that bastard some days.
And, since this is about everyday life, I explain the importance of mowing my lawn. Good times.
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