With Broken Wing now available in ebook, paperback, and hardback, of course, this episode is all about its history, the leading up to the launch, and a three chapter sneak peek of the story!
I realized I never did a reading of At Week’s End for the podcast! So let’s rectify that with a reading of the first two chapters.
Today's episode features all the exciting Broken Wing updates plus I’ll talk about using IngramSpark for print distribution, including the why's and why not's and the how's. Spoiler alert, I totally think you should!
Today's episode is all about goals! How I did for the first quarter of 2019 and what's on tap for the second one. I’m also introducing my quarterly number check in!
Today we’re digging into a deep topic, namely how (and how not) to write characters who have mental illness in your stories! Fair warning, this one is a RIDICULOUSLY LONG one! Sorry! For show notes with a huge list of resource links: https://sherellewinters.com/2019/03/s6-e107-writing-characters-with-mental-illness/
Digging into the question of what kind of content is, and isn’t, allowed in young adult fiction!
Catching up on what's been going on for the last NINE months, including the name change, the launch of the video version, the launch of At Week's End, and more! After that, it's discussing my goals for the first quarter of 2019, and where I'm aiming to go going forward.
The Lackadaisical Writer will be officially going on hiatus, but I wanted its temporary outage to go out with a bit of a bang, so its last episode of 2018 was done live! In this episode, I share what's happened over the last few months, my upcoming name change, the rename of Girl in the Forest, and talk about TLW's long hiatus. The show will be offline until 2019, but it will be back better than ever in January!
Yeah yeah, its already November, but I’m still going to talk about National Novel Writing Month and how awesome it is, as well as what I’m writing this year and how to see/hear snippets! Support this podcast on Patron: https://www.patreon.com/AnmaNatsu
Another monster episode as I tackle the need to accept that being an indie does mean running a business before digging into coming up with your business name, handling pen names, and deciding on the structure of your business.
Opening up my Going Indie series of episodes by introducing said series, before launching into the main topic: the differing paths of being a traditionally published or indie author, the costs and earnings associated with each and how to choose which one is right for you.
In this unscripted, personal episode, I talk openly, honestly, and at length about the things going on with my life, including the deaths in October and January, my physical and mental health, and the financial strain of both. I then talked about the plans for the future, including my plans to get the show back on track and the efforts to get back to writing again. And finally, I thanked my listeners and supporters for continuing t... Read more
In a ranting mood this episode, so going off on people claiming writers “shouldn’t” write people if they aren’t those people, the meaning of Deviations title, and my top pet peeves with plot elements and character types found in romance novels! The language is strong with this one! Show notes at: https://anmanatsu.com/2017/04/the-lackadaisical-writer-s5-e99-pet-peeves-of-romance-with-a-side-of-rant
Been two months since I did an episode…so this one is kind of a catch up of what I've been up to the last few months and taking a look at my plans for the next few.
It’s my annual review of how the year went, good, bad, and meh, how I did with my goals, and looking at my financials for the year. Ending the episode by sharing my writing-related goals for 2017! Fuller show notes at: http://anmanatsu.com/2016/12/s4-e97-out-with-2016-in-with-2017/
So how did NaNo turn out? Did I manage to make it to 50,000?? And what about Aisuru’s NetGalley run? Both covered in today’s episode! Full show notes at: http://anmanatsu.com/2016/12/s4-e96-nano-2016-aisuru-netgalley-results/
After mourning the loss of a wonderful artist, I give a very quick NaNo update. Surprise, I have way more words now! Full show notes at: http://anmanatsu.com/2016/11/s4-e95-nano-2016-special-4/
A late night episode giving this week's NaNo episode. More words, yay! Still behind, but hey, I wrote! Also, minor news on my mailing list.
As promised, my second NaNo episode. I have words, not many, and I’m way behind, but I do have words. Also mild updates on other stuff.
After almost two months away from the “air”, I get a bit emotional talking about October, then move on to my contemplations of “my why” and the future of my books. Due to the long stretch between episodes, I also tacked on my first NaNo 2016 update, pathetic though it is. For fuller show notes: http://anmanatsu.com/2016/11/s4-e92-long-silence-nano-update-1/