We’ve been away for a bit due to the day job sucking up nearly every bit of free time. The long hours are pretty much done though so we’ll be back to blogging and doing interviews in the next few weeks.
In this episode, I discuss my experience working through Fiverr, UpWork and give some thoughts on where I might be going from here.
@SamBakerWrites and @KrystleIII return for a lengthy discussion on the necessity and joy of tormenting your characters for the good of the story. We also make a few digressions into other arenas.
And the video as always.
Also check out Krystle’s website: https://betweenworldswriting.wordpress.com/
And Sam’s book: amazon.com./Variant-Wars-Prisoners-Sam-Baker-ebook/dp/
Brian Black (@darthchair) comes to the show to discuss his unique experiment in making #FollowFridays more fun and his participation in the upcoming Grey Rooms horror podcast.
As always, here is the video:
In this episode, @mlmoosauthor returns to discuss the launching of her new editing business, MoosEditorial and the recent publishing of a short story on @TallTaleTV.
And of course here is the video: https://youtu.be/uhBQ9Seoss8
In this episode we’re joined by Arlynn Lake (@DrWhoWhatWhyHow) to talk about getting your story started, some of her own work, the writer’s retreat she’s hosting in August. We even are visited by a special guest!
And for those who prefer: https://youtu.be/BmjRm-273Ns
I did this interview with Gabriella Meidar. She was the first stranger who hired me and has remained a great client and collaborator ever since. We talk about her various endeavors from Kindle publishing, to helping immigrants to Canada navigate the waters of a new country.
And if you prefer the video, here you are.
Hopefully, the podcast feed will be updated to iTunes by this time tomorrow. Once that is done, I’ll be uploading all the episodes here.
Also, I’ll be catching up on posting some of the projects I’ve worked on that have found their way to Amazon. If you just looked at the list here, you’d think I haven’t done anything since the site was started! I assure you, that is not the case!
In this first Episode of Coffee, Books, Repeat I’m joined by a four authors to discuss some of the dumber writing rules that get thrown around online and in the classroom.
It has been some time since I’ve posted here. My Fiverr account got incredibly busy and I was unable to keep up with anything else for months. There have also been changes at the day job that have kept me from being as engaged as I would like. Of course, if you follow me on twitter (@gingermaneditor) you know I’ve been engaging there a lot.
I’ve also started doing podcasts, running two and contributing to two others. For the purposes of this post, I want to mention Coffee, Books, Repeat. This podcasts is dedicated to promoting authors, their work, and discussing the writing process.
Episodes will be uploaded here in the new future.
The website will be getting some improvements here as well, with more reviews getting uploaded as they are available, and fresh links to books that I have worked on. There are a lot of things going on behind the scenes and Gingerman Editorial 2.0 is getting off the ground.