Today's crossover episode from my Bookish podcast is, I admit at the outset, a free-flowing rant. It's a rant against one of the most ridiculous articles I've read about books and reading in a very long time...maybe ever. You'll see why.
It's time again for Short Story Saturday here at Angry Typewriter. Today's story is from my novel "Writer in Residence," and is actually a flash fiction piece within the novel written by one of the characters. I hope you enjoy it.
In today's episode of Angry Typewriter we travel back to the glorious 1980s to re-discover (or maybe discover for the first time) a group of authors that you really should be reading. And as you you'll learn in the episode, I hate the term Literary Brat Pack, but it's what they were called. Thid episode is a crossover from my other podcast, Bookish. You can find it at anchor.fm/bookish and on all your favorite podcast platforms.
Have you always dreamed of writing a novel but just didn't know where to start? In today's episode, which originally aired in March, we're going to point you in the right direction. Today we're talking about Camp NaNoWriMo, an offshoot of the phenomenon that is National Novel Writing Month.
Today's episode is a crossover from my other podcast, Bookish. I'll be ranting about two things that authors have to deal with in today's society: critics and political correctness. You can find the original episode and the rest of the Bookish podcast at this link: https://anchor.fm/bookish
On today's episode of Angry Typewriter, I talk a little bit about writing exercises, and the pros and cons of using them. I also give you a writing prompt that I think you'll really enjoy. Let's get writing.
In today's episode of Angry Typewriter, we'll be talking about anger in the writing life, and in the writer. It's not a bad thing, and if nothing else it's the only episode that quotes both Joel Osteen and Hank Moody. Where else can you find that pairing?
On today's episode of Angry Typewriter we take a look at the process of getting your book into bookstores using their consignment programs. It's an option you may never have considered, the one that you should. The benefits both of you as an author and to your local bookstore may surprise you.
On today's episode of Angry Typewriter I'm doing something a little bit different; today I'll be sharing some of a work in progress, as well as some thoughts on what I'm working on now and a new realization about editing. I hope you enjoy it.
I said in an earlier episode that I don't have a writing process. After thinking about it for a while I realized that's not actually true. In today's episode I talk a little bit about my process. Hopefully you'll find something in it that you can use too. One warning though: it's a bit of a ramble.
Have you always dreamed of writing a novel but just didn't know where to start? In today's episode we're going to point you in the right direction. Today we're talking about Camp NaNoWriMo, an offshoot of the phenomenon that is National Novel Writing Month.
Today we're discussing why libraries are a writer's best friend. And in a bit of cross-promotion, I also discuss why libraries matter now more than ever over on the Bookish podcast (www.anchor.fm/bookish).