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Writing in Suburbia Podcast

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An unedited, unscripted, uncensored pro writing podcast for pro writers or those that want to make a living with their writing. The daily grind of writing while dealing with everyday life.

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  • Writing In suburbia #62: Workin' Hard...
    Thu, Apr 12, 2018

    This week I chat about a TON of stuff. From whether or not I will become an indie publisher to my dropping out of ConCarolinas. Plus, someone is demolishing the trailer behind my house and one of my dogs goes NUTS over that!

    You don't want to miss this episode.


    Show notes-

    Books mentioned:

    Paradox Slaughter by Jake Bible

    Blood Ghast Blues by Jake Bible

    Theme music: “Whiskey on the Mississippi” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

  • Writing In Suburbia #61: Two Questions With Paul E. Cooley
    Thu, Apr 05, 2018

    Another new episode! Huzzah!

    This is the first official "Two Questions With..." episode. I'll be releasing these every other week, so stay tuned for more awesome guests!

    In this episode I interview Paul E. Cooley. He's a great guy despite being my nemesis. Excellent writer (despite being my nemesis)! Check out all his stuff (despite him being my nemesis) at shadowpublications.com

    Enjoy the show!

    Show notes-

    Books mentioned:

    In Perpetuity by Jake Bible

    EverRealm by Jake Bible

    Ghere's Inferno by Paul E Cooley

    Theme music: "Whiskey on the Mississippi" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

  • Writing In Suburbia #60: The One Where I Interview Myself! And Fail Hard...
    Thu, Feb 15, 2018

    Welcome back, y'all!

    It's time for episode #60! Woo hoo!

    In this episode, I attempt to interview myself. No, seriously. It's all part of a new segment I'll be including in Writing In Suburbia twice a month. I'll be interviewing writers and asking them two questions: Why do you write? and, What was, or still is, the hardest part about being a writer?

    I've already got some great interviews recorded!

    But I thought it would be fun to break y'all in with an interview of myself. Fun? Sure. Funny? Yeah, I crack myself up.

    So, have a listen and enjoy!


    Show notes-

    Books mentioned:

    Galactic Vice by Jake Bible

    Theme music: "Whiskey on the Mississippi" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

  • Writing In Suburbia #59: Fear And Loathing In 2018!
    Thu, Jan 25, 2018

    Happy New Year, y'all!

    In this episode I switch things up a little: I chose theme music! I have also added show notes! Check 'em out.

    I chat about the ups and downs of income as a pro writer and my fear of what 2018 could be like if there aren't more ups. I also chat about a certain PLAGIARIST in our midst who has stolen Roak: Galactic Bounty Hunter and tried to make it his own. Full on prose theft, y'all. The guy is a scumbag. Pure and simple.

    So, have a listen as I lay out some fears and some loathings.


    Books mentioned:

    Galactic Vice by Jake Bible

    The Four Horsemen- Alpha Contracts by Chris Kennedy and Mark H. Wandrey

    Titan's Wrath by Rhett Bruno


    Theme music: "Whiskey on the Mississippi" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

  • Writing In Suburbia #58: Let's Talk About Stress, Baby!
    Thu, Dec 07, 2017

    The Holiday season is upon us! And with that comes stress.

    Now, I don't tend to get stressed out around Holiday time because I have the soothing balms of Xmas music coupled with making Chex Mix. But, that doesn't mean I don't have other stresses!

    So, in this episode I discuss the stresses I feel as a professional writer and how 2017 hasn't exactly been a great year. Not only do I chat about my stresses, I also chat about how I cope with all the stress! Solutions! Huzzah!

    Have a listen and also have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!


  • Writing In Suburbia #57: Peaks And Valleys- Birthday Edition!
    Fri, Oct 27, 2017

    Welcome back to another episode of Writing In Suburbia.

    In this episode I chat about where I'm at in my career and where I want to be. I also touch on where I thought I'd be. A lot of professional reflection and fortune telling going on. Why? It's my birthday. So there's that...


  • Writing In Suburbia #56: Politics & Strange Bedfellows
    Fri, Sep 29, 2017

    Welcome back to another episode of Writing In Suburbia!

    This episode I talk a lot about being a writer and having political opinions. It's something on people's minds right now. I also talk about how to work with others that may not subscribe to your beliefs.

    It's a hard topic and I think I handled it well. You be the judge.


  • Writing In Suburbia #55: Attack The Con!!!
    Thu, Aug 31, 2017

    It's Dragon*Con time!

    In this episode I chat about getting prepared for the massive con that is Dragon*Con. 80,000+ folks will be in downtown Atlanta, so prepping is a good idea. I talk about how to survive once you are there and also to know your agenda and motivations if you are going as a professional.

    It's gonna be a blast! Hope to see some of you at Dragon*Con!


  • Writing In Suburbia #54: The Internet Is Wrong About You!
    Mon, Jul 24, 2017


    Another episode of Writing In Suburbia is in the can. Not the toilet can, the audio tape can. Which doesn't really exist since this is all digital. I HAVE CONFUSED MYSELF!

    Speaking of confusion, this episode is all about how to ignore all the crazy writing advice on the internet that insists you are doing it wrong. You aren't. Have a listen and you'll hear my many rants and tangents on this subject.

    Hope y'all enjoy!


  • Writing In Suburbia #53: Build That Audience!
    Mon, Jun 19, 2017

    I'm back! It's been a while since the last episode, but life is life, right?

    This episode I chat a little about my attempts to build my audience more. I'm still finding my footing on that, so we get to stumble together on this one.


  • Writing In Suburbia #52: Go Home, Excuses! You're Drunk!
    Fri, Apr 21, 2017

    This week's (month's?) episode is all about how aspiring (hate that word) writers make excuses not to do the work. Which is total BS. I talk about how you have complete power and control over where, when, and how you write, so shut up with the excuses!

    I also talk about my pending gallbladder surgery. Fun!


  • Writing In Suburbia #51: Transition!
    Mon, Mar 06, 2017

    It's March and time for another episode of Writing In Suburbia!

    In this episode I talk about transitions. Whether transitioning to a new genre, new readership, or a whole new format, transition happens, y'all.


  • Writing In Suburbia #50: Keep On, Keepin' On...
    Wed, Feb 08, 2017

    Welcome back to another episode of Writing In Suburbia. Episode #50! Woo Hoo!

    In this episode I talk about how to stay motivated in the face of this hell that our country and world has become. I go into great detail, and rant quite a bit, about how hard it is to keep writing escapist fiction. I also talk about how escapist fiction is what folks are looking for.

    Did I mention the rant?

    Enjoy the episode.


  • Bonus Episode: Origin Stori
    Wed, Feb 08, 2017

    Yep, you read that right. This is a bonus episode. I got to join Paul E. Cooley and John Mierau for a nice chat about what it means to be a writer in this day and age. We all came up together in the podcast fiction world and have each taken a different path towards becoming full time writers. It is certainly worth a listen!

  • Writing In Suburbia #49: Adapt Or Die!!!
    Wed, Feb 01, 2017

    Finally! Another episode of Writing In Suburbia is up.

    In this episode I talk about how in order to be successful in the publishing biz you have to learn to adapt. Not so much compromise, as just learn to go with the flow and tweak your outlook to be included in that flow. I touch on a lot of topics in this episode, so it's not one to miss.


  • Writing In Suburbia #48: The Bizzeee
    Thu, Dec 29, 2016

    Well, will you look at this! I managed to get one more episode in before 2016 calls it quits.

    In this episode I chat about so much stuff. All the stuff. There's a lot of stuff. I also unlock a secret to quickly writing a pilot script for TV. You know, in case you needed something more specific than just stuff.


  • Writing In Suburbia #47: Time Is Money And I Ain't Got Enough Of Either
    Wed, Nov 30, 2016

    Time for one more episode in November! I squeaked it in!

    Speaking of time, this episode is all about how I structure and schedule what I will be writing over the next few months. I go into detail on how I pick my projects and how I recover when the best laid plans get off track. This is a good one for those of you that struggle with budgeting your time.


  • Writing In Suburbia #46: Getting My Mind Right
    Fri, Nov 18, 2016

    The latest episode of Writing In Suburbia is here!

    This week I am exceptionally rambly. I know, I know, that is saying a lot. But, hey, it's been a weird couple of weeks and I needed a few minutes to just purge and get my head on straight. It's all part of the writing process and experience.


  • Writing In Suburbia #45: What I Don't Know
    Wed, Nov 02, 2016

    So, in this week’s episode I talk about all the stuff I know (almost) nothing about when it comes to being a writer. I made a list. It was eye opening. So much stuff. Lots of stuff. All the stuff.

    And, if you enjoy the podcast, then do me a favor and write a review on iTunes! Only takes a second or two.

    Be sure to sign up for the mailing list too! No spam!


  • Writing In Suburbia #44: Checkmate
    Thu, Oct 27, 2016

    Welcome back to another episode of Writing In Suburbia.

    Today is my birthday. I turn 43. This has special meaning to me. It means I lived. I made it. I didn't implode.

    Since the beginning of September there has been a special blog campaign called #HoldOnToTheLight where over 100+ scifi/fantasy writers have been posting about mental health issues, domestic violence issues, substance abuse issues, and so much more. In today's episode I read my contribution that I posted to my website.


    About the campaign:
    #HoldOntoTheLight is a blog campaign encompassing blog posts by fantasy and science fiction authors around the world in an effort to raise awareness around treatment for depression, suicide prevention, domestic violence intervention, PTSD initiatives, bullying prevention and other mental health-related issues. We believe fandom should be supportive, welcoming and inclusive, in the long tradition of fandom taking care of its own. We encourage readers and fans to seek the help they or their loved ones need without shame or embarrassment.

    Please consider donating to or volunteering for organizations dedicated to treatment and prevention such as: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Home for the Warriors (PTSD), National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Canadian Mental Health Association, MIND (UK), SANE (UK), BeyondBlue (Australia), To Write Love On Her Arms and the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.

    To find out more about #HoldOntoTheLight, find a list of participating authors, or reach a media contact, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/276745236033627/

  • Writing In Suburbia #43: Buyer's Remorse or How I Changed My Mind In Less Than 24hrs
    Tue, Oct 11, 2016

    Another episode of Writing In Suburbia is here!

    And, well, it basically dovetails directly off the subject of the last episode. I don't think what I'll be talking about is going to go in the direction you think. Seriously. I wouldn't have thought I'd be talking about this when I recorded last week's episode. Obviously.

    Well, you'll see.

    Oh, hey, and sign up on my mailing list so you can get exclusive access to audio and video readings of Friday Night Drabble Party, as well as excerpts from my current works in progress!


  • Writing In Suburbia #42: Market Prices!
    Tue, Oct 04, 2016

    Welcome back!

    This week I chat about marketing and all that crap. I talk a little about what I do, and what I don't do, and the whys. I don't always do what I should and there are reasons. Listen and find out those reasons! REASONS!


  • Writing In Suburbia #41: You Gotta Do The Work!
    Tue, Sep 27, 2016

    In this week's episode I make a point of explaining how no matter what your view of the publishing industry is, you still have to do the work on your end. I've talked a lot about how there are no shortcuts. Apparently, I need to talk some more.

    Oh, and I may rant some about things. Important things. Biggly things.


  • Writing In Suburbia #40: What I Did This Summer
    Wed, Sep 07, 2016

    This week I talk about what I did during the hiatus of this podcast. I explain how even though a writer never stops working, sometimes you can still recharge, relax, and let the world wash away. While still working. You know. Because the work never ends.

    Also, apologies for the lame blues harp at the end. My lips just refused to work. It happens. Deal.


  • Writing In Suburbia #39: Compare And Contrast!
    Thu, Sep 01, 2016

    It's back, yo! More Writing In Suburbia for your masochistic writing aspirations. Summer break was fun, but time to get back to analyzing the always confusing career of professional writing!

    In this episode I talk about my new three book deal with Bell Bridge Books! Three book deal! Woo hoo! I compare and contrast what it's like working with my current publishers, especially Severed Press, with my expectations of working with Bell Bridge Books. I also explain my reasoning behind signing with a new publisher instead of only staying with Severed.

    It's a damn good episode, y'all!


  • Writing In Suburbia #38: The Con Game!
    Mon, Jun 06, 2016

    Phew! What a weekend!

    Yep, I was at ConCarolinas all weekend. Great time. Got to bring the Fam, hang with some friends, meet new authors, make new friends, and make new fans. Want to know what panels I was on? Want to know what we talked about in those panels? Want some great advice on all kinds of subjects? Then have a listen, folks!

    And, this will be quite the surprise, I am too tired to rant this week! This is a rant-free episode!


    PS- Yes, I know I've used this title before. That's how tired I am. But this time the title has an exclamation point! THAT MAKES IT DIFFERENT!

  • Writing In Suburbia #37: The Game Of Life
    Mon, May 23, 2016

    And I am back!

    Yeah, I know, it's been a couple of weeks. Want to know why? Well, I guess you'll have to listen to the podcast, won't ya? This week I talk about how life and writing are not separate (which is kind of the point of this podcast) and how writing sometimes has to take a backseat because, well, life.


  • Writing In Suburbia #36: All The Promises Will Be Broken
    Tue, May 10, 2016

    This week I talk about all the promises you will hear from other writers, from editors, from publishers, from anyone and everyone in the industry, and why those promises mean nothing. Not until the signature is on the contract!

    I also talk about the Authors For Action: Kill The Bill event! Go get tix now!


  • Writing In Suburbia #35: Your Nerves Are Raw And That's Okay!
    Mon, Apr 25, 2016

    This week I talk about how it is perfectly normal to feel raw and exposed and emotionally vulnerable when you share your writing with others. It gets easier, but it takes time. I also clarify my opinion on HB2 and where I'm coming from with that subject.


    Oh, and if you have a second or two, post a review or comment on iTunes! It helps!


  • Writing In Suburbia #34: HB2 And The Driftnet Boycott
    Mon, Apr 18, 2016

    Howdy, y'all! This week I talk in depth about NC House Bill 2, called the "Bathroom Bill", and how it is effecting local businesses and why a blanket boycott is a useless exercise and does WAY more harm than good. You'll want to listen if you have been paying attention to this issue at all. I set a few things straight.

    I also talk about other things, including the latest HWA kerfuffle.


  • Writing In Suburbia #33: No Shortcuts, Never Quit
    Tue, Apr 12, 2016

    Welcome back to more of my ramblings on being a pro writer! In this week's episode my sleep-addled brain tries to explain how there are no shortcuts to success in the publishing biz. There just aren't.

    I also go off about something, but I'm too tired to remember what that something is. You tell me.


  • Writing In Suburbia #32: Don't Be A Crapass Bullsh*t Bullsh*tter!
    Tue, Apr 05, 2016

    After a brief hiatus, the podcast you love and adore is back! (You love and adore it. Don't argue with me.)

    This week I talk about the impostor syndrome. Not the one where folks think they aren't worthy of being a writer or artist, but the one where they FAKE thinking they aren't worthy. It's impostor impostor syndrome, if you will. And it's crap! Knock it off!

    I also talk a little other things because it's me and I ramble. I'm the rambling best!


  • Writing In Suburbia #31: Pay It Forward, Give It Back!
    Mon, Mar 21, 2016

    Yep, it's another episode of Writing In Suburbia, the podcast where I talk about being a pro writer and try to give some writerly advice from my office in the middle of a subdivision.

    This week I talk about how I have been helped throughout my career, which is why I try to help others out as much as possible. Whether through this podcast, or with the Writers Coffeehouse, or by giving advice, or even a reference, I try to pay it forward and give it back where I can.

    I also go off on a tangent about pens and how I hate pen thieves!


  • Writing In Suburbia #30: Writers Just Want To Have Fun
    Mon, Mar 14, 2016

    Welcome to another episode of Writing In Suburbia!

    This week I don't rant (much) or bitch (much), but instead, I chat about the fun there is in being a pro writer. At least, what I consider fun. I'm sure you'll dig my BS.


  • Writing In Suburbia #29: Fear And Loathing In Suburbia
    Mon, Mar 07, 2016

    Welcome back to more Writing In Suburbia!

    This week I talk about the difference between self-doubt/self-loathing and fear. For those of you that worry about being "worthy" as a writer, this episode is for you. And for those that live in a constant state of fear when it comes to your writing career, this episode is for you as well.


  • Writing In Suburbia #28: For Shame! FOR SHAME!
    Tue, Mar 01, 2016

    Welcome back to more Writing In Suburbia!

    In this week's episode I chat about the negative in-fighting within the writing community. Genre versus genre, author versus author, literary versus the world, traditionally published versus self-published!

    It's a good episode, yo!


  • Writing In Suburbia #27: You Only Fail If You Quit
    Mon, Feb 22, 2016


    This week I answer a whole bunch of questions from a listener which ultimately leads to my thoughts on failure as a writer. I also rant about public education and how teachers get the shaft because I can't help myself. Oh, and this week the coffee is warm! WARM!


  • Writing In Suburbia #26: You Ain't Hurtin' Who You Think You Are
    Mon, Feb 15, 2016


    In this week's episode I talk about how a lot of indie booksellers boycott CreateSpace because it's an Amazon company. I voice my opinion on this subject and also rant a little about all the angry moms at Trader Joe's today. Trust me, folks, they were angry. But mostly I talk about the boycott against CreateSpace.


  • Writing In Suburbia #25: Know When To Hold 'Em, Know When To Fold 'Em
    Mon, Feb 08, 2016

    It's time for more Writing In Suburbia!

    In this episode I talk about when it's time to walk away from a project that just isn't going to work. I also chat a little about what I'm reading/watching these days.


  • Writing In Suburbia #24: Is It Tale Or Tail?
    Tue, Feb 02, 2016

    What? Another episode of Writing In Suburbia? Yep. I gotta get them in when I have the time, man. That's how this pro writing thing works!

    In this episode I talk about The Long Tail. Or is it Long Tale? I honestly don't know and Google was no freaking help at all. But, regardless of what it is called, I chat about planning your career as a pro writer and realizing there is a lot of hurry up and wait plus a good dose of fortune telling.


  • Writing In Suburbia #23: This Little Piggy Wrote For The Market
    Fri, Jan 29, 2016

    Welcome back, folks!

    This week's episode is on the subject of writing for the market. Whatever the market wants, the market gets, but are you the writer to feed it? I talk a little about my thought processes on why I choose what I choose to write. I also talk about why it is perfectly okay to write for the market or to ignore the market completely.

    It's your career, folks. Do with it what you want.

    I am also recording in a new office setup, so gonna be good to hear what it sounds like.


  • Writing In Suburbia #22: From Notes To Novel
    Tue, Jan 12, 2016

    That's right, folks, a second episode of Writing In Suburbia for the new year has happened!

    In this episode I break down how I go from note taking to novel writing. And from novel writing to novel finishing. It's a process and a half, and may not be for everyone, but I think y'all will get some good advice out of this episode.


  • Writing In Suburbia #21: Hello, 2016!
    Mon, Jan 04, 2016

    It's a new year! Huzzah!

    This week's episode is the first of 2016 and I take a look back at some of the movies, TV shows, and books I watched/read in 2015. I also talk a little about the echo chamber of social media because it's not WIS without a social media rant. Am I right? (Yes, I am.)


  • Writing In Suburbia #20: To Brand Or Not To Brand
    Tue, Dec 08, 2015

    In this week's episode I chat a bit about branding. I go into the whys and whynots. I talk about the BS that is spewed, and it being me, I spew some of my own BS. It's more informative than it sounds. Trust me.

    Also, Christmas music!


  • Writing In Suburbia #19: Thankful Topics Thankfullness!
    Mon, Nov 30, 2015

    Thanksgiving is over, but that doesn't mean I can't still be thankful! In this week's episode I talk about the things I am thankful for and also about other stuffs. Lots of other stuffs. I get rambly because that's how I roll!


  • Writing In Suburbia #18: Be Your Own Writer
    Fri, Nov 20, 2015

    Welcome back!

    In this episode I talk about how there is no one way to be a writer. How we all have our own process. I also talk about pot pie because pot pie is yum.



  • Writing In Suburbia #17: Embrace The Influence
    Thu, Nov 05, 2015

    That's right, folks, in this week's episode I talk about the need for influences. I chat a little about the works (good and bad) that have influenced my writing and my career. We all have influences, it's time to embrace them!

    And my barking dog does some barking because he barks.


  • Writing In Suburbia #16: Ramble, Rant, Repeat
    Thu, Oct 29, 2015

    On the latest episode of Writing In Suburbia I talk a little about why perfect continuity may not be the best thing when dealing with a long timeline. I also rage against humanity, as I am known to do.

    Bonus: cold coffee!


  • Writing In Suburbia #15: It All Happens At The Bar!
    Thu, Oct 08, 2015

    This week on Writing In Suburbia I fight Mexican drug cartels while my sidekick, Johnny Guns, woos the local madame to get information on the deadly Russian plot to take over Murica!

    Or I talk about networking and the importance of friendships and professional connections in the industry. In essence: why writers drink so much.

    It all happens at the bar!

    Plus I decide it's a good day to wash sheets.


  • Writing In Suburbia #14: Wake Up Call
    Thu, Oct 01, 2015

    Welcome to another episode of Writing In Suburbia!

    This week I get real about how income can flip on a dime (no pun intended). I also talk a little about getting back to my roots of being a pulp fiction writer. Okay, I talk a lot about getting back to my roots of being a pulp fiction writer.

    And there might be some thoughts on soup and working food service.


  • Writing In Suburbia #13: Potpourri!
    Thu, Sep 24, 2015

    That's right, Alex, I'll take potpourri for $100!

    Yep, this week's episode is a hodgepodge (which I just found out is one word. Who knew?) of topics from music while writing to quantity v. quality to whatever. I'm all over the place in this one! ALL OVER THE PLACE!

    And I play some blues harp, because blues harp.


  • Writing In Suburbia #12: The Sacrificial Moron
    Wed, Sep 09, 2015

    Welcome to the latest episode of Writing In Suburbia!

    I have survived Dragon Con! I talk about that, but mainly I talk about the importance of prioritizing your life and knowing what you are willing to sacrifice and what you are not willing to sacrifice. I get slightly choked up. Slightly.


  • Writing In Suburbia #11: The Con Game
    Wed, Sep 02, 2015

    Writing In Suburbia #11 is brought to you by toast. Yummy, delicious, nutritious toast. Find your toast, people. Find your toast.

    Also, I talk about cons (conventions) and the practical and personal benefits of attending. I also talk about making sure you take care of yourself. FIND YOUR TOAST!

    Oh, and the last thing- find your toast.

    It all makes sense in the podcast. Trust me.


  • Writing In Suburbia #10: Prepare For Success!
    Wed, Aug 26, 2015


    Here be Episode 10 of Writing In Suburbia. I talk a lot about how, as writers, we prepare for failure and rejection, but rarely do we prepare for success. You know, when things actually go right. That's a lot harder to deal with than you think.

    I also enjoy a nice cup of warm coffee. Mmmmm, coffee...


  • Writing In Suburbia #9: Privileged Peeves!
    Wed, Aug 19, 2015

    Welcome back to more of Writing In Suburbia!

    In this episode I talk about what bugs me about being a pro writer while totally owning up to how lucky I am to be doing what I do. It's pure privileged whining, that's for sure.

    And I rant about how neglected our public education system is. RANT!


  • Writing In Suburbia #8: Speculate This!
    Fri, Aug 14, 2015

    On this week's Writing In Suburbia, I go into the differences between writing on spec and writing on contract. I talk a little about the risks and rewards of each and why I have chosen one path over the other. Sort of.

    And I sneeze.


  • Writing In Suburbia #7: Taxes Are Death!
    Wed, Jul 29, 2015

    That's right, folks! I delve into the exciting, and deadly, world of business taxes! Get thee to an accountant! Let their black magic be worked upon thee!

    I also talk about laundering. Actual laundry, not money. I let my accountant do all my money laundering. Wait...is this thing on?

  • Writing In Suburbia #6: Bring Me The Formula!
    Fri, Jul 24, 2015

    In this episode I chat about my specific formula for writing a novel a month. Well, not really a month. Actually, it is a... Oh, just listen to the damn podcast!

    And I talk about my Jeep. And other stuffs. I probably hate on social media.


  • Writing In Suburbia #5: Juggling Act!
    Wed, Jul 08, 2015

    In the fifth episode of Writing In Suburbia, I discuss the juggling act of figuring out what to write next. I discuss the problem of committing to projects too soon which could lead to missing prime opportunities that haven't shown up yet. It's not a Catch-22, not a Sophie's Choice, it's a juggling act!

    I also talk about cleaning the kitchen. Becuase that place gets gross.

  • Writing In Suburbia #4: Be Your Social Media Self
    Wed, Jul 01, 2015

    In the fourth episode of Writing In Suburbia I chat about what social media means to me and what I see are the keys to being usccessful on it. Or not on it. Or who cares. I rant a bit about my love/hate/hate relationship with social media. It's cathartic for me, hopefully helpful for you.

  • Writing In Suburbia #3: Hippie Dippy Mind/Body Sh*t
    Thu, Jun 25, 2015

    In this week's episode I talk about why it's important to take care of yourself. Your mind and body are one, people! Feed you body, feed your mind, take care of both! I also go on a profanity-laden rant about bigots. Good stuff.


  • Writing In Suburbia #2: Death By Taxes!
    Wed, Jun 17, 2015

    In this episode I talk a little about the importance of paying attention to taxes- what you owe, what you might owe, and why you can't always trust your accountant to be on top of things. I also decide not to send the HOA police after you. You are welcome. I'm a giver that way.

  • Writing In Suburbia #1: Ramble On, Brave Writer, Ramble On...
    Wed, Jun 10, 2015

    Welcome to the first episode of Writing In Suburbia! In this episode I define what the podcast will be and discuss some of the mundane things a suburban, full-time writer deals with. Life happens, people! Life happens...

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