Join me for the engaging conclusion of my chat with Jason Glavin, author of Going Places, Why You Should Travel Jason and I had a terrific chat early one humid August morning and we delved into legacy, the desire and motivations behind being an Author, and the changing publishing industry. In this episode, Jason turns [...]
Join me for a conversation with fellow creative, non-fiction writer, Jason Glavin as we talk travelling the world pre and post COVID, the joys and challenges of being an indie author, the wisdom of fortune cookies, and where he developed his love of writing. Jay's going to take us on an adventure. Let's Go! #JasonGlavin [...]
I'm joining the A/V Club!
I am taking a bit of a hiatus from the podcast side of life to focus on editing and querying my current WIPs. Written by Grimes: The Podcast is taking a summer snooze! With multiple items drawing my attention here and there, personally and professionally, it became clear it was time to focus on the [...]
Kevin and I continue our chat. We discuss the learning curve involved in podcasting life, staying motivated, and what inspires us. Listen in as Kevin discusses making music, letting things breathe, and the importance of knowing yourself and re-examining your purpose. One of Kevin's many notebooks Kevin shares with us his unique filing system and [...]
Kevilonious dripping in gold! Image by @illustra_shains
I have recently turned my mind and energy back to querying one of my WIPs. Previously, I wrote before about the difficulty in crafting a query letter. One of the most difficult parts, for me anyway, is finding comparable work, be they books, TV, or movies. The book I am preparing to query is quite [...]
...and Canadian, to boot!
Anil and I continue our chat about life as creatives with day jobs and how we help keep one another motivated. Listen in as Anil discusses inspiration, deadlines, and editing with joy and passion! Check out Anil's story in the anthology Fashionably Late: Gay, Bi, and Trans Men Who Came Out Later in Life and [...]
There can only be one. Like Highlander, but for screenwriting.