Anu created a book of her poetry and illustrations for her children. She describes how she did it in this chat.
You can buy her book from Amazon at: http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Moon-Rising-Poetry-Book/dp/0957695403/
You can see her Amazon author page at:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Anuradha-Gupta/e/B00E3ARS2G/Or you can follow her on Twitter at:
Zakira talked to me about writing epic fantasy, poetry and heavy metal music.
You can follow Zakira on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/ZakiraXaiSalem or @ZakiraXaiSalem
Does it exist? What do we mean by writers’ block? An interesting discussion with Siobhan.
Elizabeth is a busy writer, with 3 collections of short stories, two “How-To” books, and her debut novel published last year. Find out how she does it!
Follow her on Twitter at @ElizabethDucie
Her blog is at http://elizabethducie.blogspot.co.uk/ where you’ll find links to all of her books.
Her author page on Facebook is https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elizab…
And the book Elizabeth mentioned was:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/1-000-Awesome… which I discovered I had already bought, but not read yet. How strange!
Some changes are coming to the show. You’ll see that I have upgraded my webcam, and also my microphone. The mixer and intro music are now live, and I’ve worked a lot on the lighting. A full description of the setup will follow on a separate page. Happy New Year!
Writer-Chat is currently on a Holiday Hiatus, but rest assured, we’ll be back in the new year with more writer chats!
Thanks for your support so far
Lots of words in very little time. It’s not proper writing, is it? Or is it?
My guest tonight is Dominique Goodall. You can like her Facebook page at:
or follow her on Twitter at: @DomGoodall
Carlie and I chat about editing, pantsing vs plotting, retreats, and lots and lots of other things.
This is her website:
Carlie CullenThis is her publisher’s website:
She mentioned the Forest Holidays retreat they went on. Click here: http://www.forestholidays.co.uk/locations/heart-of-england-holidays/sherwood-holidays
… and I don’t care! Join me with two young Essex writers who are behind with their NaNoWriMo, but they are positive about it.
And what are my hands doing here again?