Get Published Episode 19 – Chat with Tee Morris

http://media.blubrry.com/getpublished/p/www.michellplested.com/wp-content/uploads/GetPublished/GetPublished-Episode19.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI am thrilled to have Tee Morris as this episode’s guest. Tee is one of two people who got me interested in podcasting. In fact, Tee’s ‘Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy’ was the first podcast I ever listened to. Tee has a real wealth of experience; he’s an author of fiction and non-fiction, co-founder of Podiobooks.com, podcaster, blogger and social media champion. He always has a lot of interesting things to say and I know you’ll get a lot out of this discussion just like I did. Enjoy. Get Published, Episode 19 – Chat with Tee Morris Show Notes 00:00 — Opening – Get Published, Episode 19 – Chat with Tee […]

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That’s All She Wrote

Well, I have managed to win NaNoWriMo again for another year and as has been the case in each of the past three NaNo’s I learned something new about writing and about myself. I set myself a pretty ambitious goal this year. I wanted to get my 50,000 words completed by November 20th. That didn’t quite happen. The actual date of completion was November 22nd instead. Not quite what I planned but this NaNo had something others did not: days when I didn’t actually write. Yes, its true. I had a few things come up where I was on the road without time to write. I think the total non-writing days this year was three so, in theory, I actually […]

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Developing a Thick Skin

You know that part of the submission process where you send in your work and sit back, fingers and toes crossed, and wait and hope? If you’ve ever submitted your work, chances are pretty good you also know the part where your work comes back with a rejection. All the weeks and months of waiting and hoping come crashing down with the intensity of a kidney punch. You have two ways of dealing with such a blow. You can curl up in the fetal position and swear to never do it again. Sometimes this means you give up on writing completely and sometimes you simply refuse to send your work out again. I call this the “I will never love […]

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