It's Wednesday so time for another podcast episode! Today we are talking about comparisons as we are: "Should You Compare Yourself To Other Writers?"
Welcome back to another podcast episode! Today, Rachel and I thought we would discuss the difference between Hobbyists and Professional writers. As we asked: "Are You A Hobby Writer Or A Professional Writer?"
May had me mostly focusing on the house projects. With my room out of commission, 90% of my possessions packed up and stored in a family member's basement, I spent most of the time planning, prepping and coordinating with tradesmen. Dealing with so many people left me mentally and emotionally exhausted, seriously, I can't really cope with that much social interaction. So it felt like everything took so much longer than it should have. But we are so close to getting it all done. Oops, spoke too soon.
Today's podcast episode is all about audiobooks! After all, this book format has taken off and become extremely popular. We welcomed special guest author Tori Zigler, who has published many audiobook to come on the show as we ask:
"What Is The Process Of Creating & Publishing An Audiobook?"
Ready for another podcast episode? On today's episode Rachel and I talk about writing spaces by asking:
"Do You Need A Dedicated Space For Writing?"
If you've been following this blog for, well, any length of time you will probably have seen me categorically-state how much I hate Facebook. Now, that is still very true, of all the social media platforms, I consider it the worst, however, I have FINALLY found a benefit for it.
It's Wednesday, so it's time for another episode of The Merry Writer Podcast, today Rachel and I turned our attention to good ol' Self-care and asked the question:
"What Are Good Self-Care Tips For Writers?"
On today's podcast episode we shift gears to talk a little about being a reader and ask the question:
"Do You Review Books That You Read?"
April turned out to be a hair-pull-inducing stress month. Filled mostly with packing our home, moving boxes, stripping the worlds-worst wallpaper and trying to coordinate tradesmen who seemed incapable of a) answering their phones or b) replying to voicemails, texts or DMs (even when THEY told us which they preferred). So I am approaching May with a lot more caution - mostly because I will be without an office, will have limited internet access and have to spend large amounts of time out of the house while people fix things.
Today on the podcast we are talking about something I think almost all writers dread, but we're not alone, we welcome special guest author Wilmar Luna onto the show and ask the question:
"How Do You Deal With One Star Reviews?"