Welcome back to another episode of Writing In Suburbia!
This episode I talk a lot about being a writer and having political opinions. It’s something on people’s minds right now. I also talk about how to work with others that may not subscribe to your beliefs.
It’s a hard topic and I think I handled it well. You be the judge.
Oh, and before you enjoy, maybe go leave a review for Razer Edge? Yes. Go do that!
It’s Dragon*Con time!
In this episode I chat about getting prepared for the massive con that is Dragon*Con. 80,000+ folks will be in downtown Atlanta, so prepping is a good idea. I talk about how to survive once you are there and also to know your agenda and motivations if you are going as a professional.
It’s gonna be a blast! Hope to see some of you at Dragon*Con!
Another episode of Writing In Suburbia is in the can. Not the toilet can, the audio tape can. Which doesn’t really exist since this is all digital. I HAVE CONFUSED MYSELF!
Speaking of confusion, this episode is all about how to ignore all the crazy writing advice on the internet that insists you are doing it wrong. You aren’t. Have a listen and you’ll hear my many rants and tangents on this subject.
Hope y’all enjoy!
I’m back! It’s been a while since the last episode, but life is life, right?
This episode I chat a little about my attempts to build my audience more. I’m still finding my footing on that, so we get to stumble together on this one.
This week’s (month’s?) episode is all about how aspiring (hate that word) writers make excuses not to do the work. Which is total BS. I talk about how you have complete power and control over where, when, and how you write, so shut up with the excuses!
I also talk about my pending gallbladder surgery. Fun!