Today’s #writetip comes from @CiaraBallintyne – Be sure to show sympathy for your characters in your opening paragraphs. Example included in the #audio.
Weather can often indicate mood or foreshadow plot – for example my main character, Raegan, goes into a nursing home. Having overcast and grey clouds kind of gives a hint to her mood.
In support of my friend and long time podcaster, I am reposting the interview I did with him a long time ago for those who know him and want to hear again or those who don’t and would like to hear.
PG has been diagnosed with inoperable cancer and if you’d like to support his family you can go to the link to help fund his family and medical bills here.
If you are an author and have an excerpt from a book you’d like read on the show send me email! kimiko at kimiko-dreams dot com
If you know an author, encourage them to submit!
Today’s tip comes from @Gingerritis – Chances are you don’t need the word THAT in your sentence. Try it without and see how it sounds.
Today’s writing tip! Before Bedtime
Well I was up on my Challenge for posting every day on the first day, but then my machine needed to be re-built. Bummer I know. Today is the first day I’ve had it back and I don’t think I’ll have one in for today either but I’ve got a few things to talk about so we should have a few casts for the next few days and I also have an interview I did with Lisa Kessler aka LdyDisney from Twitter!
So Look for that coming soon!
Today was the first day of The Dog Days of Podcasting’s Challenge. Put up a podcast a day until the end of July. Whew…this one was only 9 mins and I’m exhausted.
Probably because I look at all this work and see so much to do. Get the site done and looking like I want it. Keep up with my re-writes on Guardians:Awakenings. Line edits for the book. Post the cover art and advertise it. Ok…now I’m even more exhausted.
Have fun with my short podcast and pray that I find more things to talk about and the willpower to put them up for the rest of the month.
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