So, back in early July I made the bold announcement that I would be going away for a few months. Dealing with burn-out and the lack of progress in my writing, I would give myself time and space to do some "real writing," or so I hoped.
Since tomorrow is International Men's Day, we decided to give the podcast a nod to men by discussing... "How to write Male Characters"
It had to happen, we just had to get around to discussing that frustrating affliction I unaffectionaly call "Creative Constipation." Yes, on today's podcast Rachel and I asked the question: "How do you overcome writers' block"
Yes, I am finally back from my sabbatical...kind of. I'll only be uploading Friday posts twice a month. So, how was my sabbatical, you may ask. Well, I will be discussing it in my next blog post as there is a lot to unpack. But I thought I'd start my return with a Goals Post. …
On today's episode, Rachel and I were joined by long time player of #TheMerryWriter, author Ian Gough who answered the question: "What is the best/worst writing advice you've received?"
Welcome back to another podcast episode, both Rachel and I are often bombarded with story ideas so we decided to make that today's topic and ask the question: "How Do You Choose Which Story To Write?"
Just a reminder: There will be no Friday blog posts while I'm on my sabbatical. I can't believe we are already up to 30 episodes? It feels like only a week ago Rachel and I even started this podcast! Today we decided to have a little fun and do something a bit different, it's: "Would …
Today's podcast, Rachel and I decided to discuss productivity, by asking the question: "Does "Blocking" Help With Productivity?"
First podcast of the month, which means it's a Guest episode! Today's guest is a special one, as it's actually Rachel's sister, Kristen Poli, who joins us for the question: "Do You Participate In NaNoWriMo?"
Today's podcast episode has Rachel and I discussing other writing careers you can pursue. Many of us want to be full-time authors, but while we aim for that, there are other writerly careers we can try. Today's questions is: "What Other Writing Careers Can You Pursue?"