Here be Episode 10 of Writing In Suburbia. I talk a lot about how, as writers, we prepare for failure and rejection, but rarely do we prepare for success. You know, when things actually go right. That’s a lot harder to deal with than you think.
I also enjoy a nice cup of warm coffee. Mmmmm, coffee…
Welcome back to more of Writing In Suburbia!
In this episode I talk about what bugs me about being a pro writer while totally owning up to how lucky I am to be doing what I do. It’s pure privileged whining, that’s for sure.
And I rant about how neglected our public education system is. RANT!
On this week’s Writing In Suburbia, I go into the differences between writing on spec and writing on contract. I talk a little about the risks and rewards of each and why I have chosen one path over the other. Sort of.
And I sneeze.
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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