In my second interview, I speak with published author Jean Davis. Jean is an inspiration for NaNoWriMo participants hoping to publish their drafts some day and offers lots of great advice for new writers.
Check out her blog here: http://jeanddavis.blogspot.com
The just-released anthology:
And her novels here:
And you can always send me feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
I discuss writing even when you're sick and everything seems to be going wrong, followed by day jobs/careers and how to stay driven when they just keep getting in the way.
Remember you can send me feedback!
In my very first interview segment, I talk to budding author E.P. Wyck about the sci-fi saga he has in the works as well as his first attempt at NaNoWriMo.
Check out Evan's blog here:
And his Facebook page here:
Anything you'd like to share about this interview? Questions for me? Send me an email at:
I talk about my first attempts at short stories and break down my process when it comes to outlining and prepping for my next novel.
Feel free to send some feedback my way!
Having finished my novel's first draft, I decided to dabble in short stories until NaNoWrimo begins. I talk about what makes a short story, and share my outlook on the pros and cons of the short fiction format.
Send me comments and questions!
First I discuss a problem I've been facing with the protagonist in my novel that stems from my personal experience. Then I recommend a very helpful tool for anyone looking to start a daily writing habit.
If you want to start a daily writing habit, The Magic Spreadsheet will change your life:
Have any questions or comments for me? Shoot me an email:
In the very first episode of Getting Published, I let you know a little about myself and talk about my return to NaNoWriMo after a several-year hiatus.
If you haven't heard of NaNoWriMo, check it out!
Also check out the amazing podcast that inspired me to create my own, I Should Be Writing:
If you have any feedback for me, send me an email at:
Thanks for tuning in!