Welcome back to another episode of The Merry Writer Podcast, today Rachel and I were discussing whether writers should share their writing journeys with the world as we ask: "Should You Share Your Writing Journey?"
Happy Wednesday, everyone! It's time for another episode of The Merry Writer Podcast and today Rachel and I are asking and answering the question: "Should You Share Your Writing Journey?"
I appreciate by the time this post goes up we will be in the 2nd week of January. But damn, do I like consistency and it would have annoyed me if I didn't have January Goals listed. So I wanted to get my January goals up, look over my December goals and charge ahead strong this year.
We have another guest episode of The Merry Writer Podcast. Today we welcome author Cassie Sanchez whose debut novel is launching in February and ask her the question: "What Are Some Tips For Launching Your Debut Book?"
Well, we are back with another year. The pandemic is still stalking through the world, the news is still mostly depressing as hell and we are all squinting with suspicion at this new year, wondering what treasures or horrors await us.
But you know what? Damn this year! Damn it, I say! I have a plan and by gosh I'm going to impliment it no matter what!
It's the first podcast of the new year, and so today's episode is about goals and what we are hoping to accomplish with The Merry Writer Podcast and our writing.
Another year, another look back on what was before we turn our gaze to what will be. Already heartsore from a vicious 2020, I thought 2021 would be somewhat of a balm after what we all went through but it didn't quite turn out like that.
Last podcast episode of the year and Rachel did a great job of putting together another bloopers episode. Yep! It's been over a year and we are still making mistakes 😀 Enjoy! 2021 Bloopers
I was kindly given a free ARC of this book by the author, Ashley Nicole with the option to write an honest review.
My apologies to Ashley for the delay in reading the book and writing the review, I found it hard to get through books I'd received around the time of my sister's passing.