Wherein Kit gives an abominable sports analogy. Also, we talk about how to keep boundaries around your creative time and space.
5-Minute Mini Version Cate interviews Valerie Ihsan, a memoir writer, in five minutes. Full Version This is the full interview Cate did with Valerie Ihsan, a memoir writer. Find Valerie Ihsan online here:https://valerieihsan.com/
5-Minute Mini Version Cate interviews S. A. Schneider, a writer targeting the Middle Grade demographic, in under five minutes. Full Version This is the full interview Cate did with S. A. Schneider, a writer targeting the Middle Grade demographic. Find S. A. Schneider online here:https://www.sa-schneider.com/
Cate interviews Allie Racette, a freelance writer, in under five minutes. Find Allie Racette online here:https://allieracette.com/
We interview Christine Daigle and JP Rindfleisch, co-hosts of the Serial Fiction Show. We talk serial fiction, serial publishing platforms, making it as a serial author, and co-writing. Find JP online here:jprindfleischix.com Find Christine online here:christinedaiglebooks.comlpstylesbooks.com Listen to their podcasts here:serialfictionshow.com
In this mini episode, Cate and Kit give you four tips in five minutes. The topic: writing hair. Resources: Hair Website
In this mini episode, Cate and Kit give you four tips in five minutes. The topic: writing skin. Resources:Skin Color Website
Today we’re discussing how to make sure you’re representing LGBT+ (or Gender and Sexual Minorities- GSM) folks in your writing,
Kit and Cate talk menstruation, why it might not be addressed much in fiction, why it’s important to include it in our writing, and how we can use menstruation in our stories.
Cate and I have different and often shifting opinions of writer’s block. But what we usually agree on is that writer’s block sucks, that if it’s not true burnout you should try to push through, and that it is fixable.