Writers Off Task With Friends, Show 18: Author/Blogger Allie Potts

Author-blogger-mom Allie Potts joins the trio for a hilarious and educational interview before facing off with Jenny in our challenge to be named Best Author Of The Week.

This Week’s Topics Include:

  1. What’s your writing process?
  2. When/how do you find time to write
  3. An Uncertain Faith – semi autobiographical?
  4. The Fair & Foul – amazing blurbs – do you write them yourself? Will you write mine?
  5. Sarcastic and funny blog post: What to do when the cloud is not your friend

Tip for new writers: formatting for eBook and paperback

Best Author Of The Week Challenge

  1. Some say writing is a calling. What do you think? Why do you write?
  2. What was the worst writing scene you ever did?
  3. What is your most favorite place on Earth? Did you put it in a story? Why or why not?

 

If this looks fun to you, JOIN US!

Writers Off Task With Friends is a GREAT way to gain some exposure and create a vehicle to help you market yourself!

10 thoughts on “Writers Off Task With Friends, Show 18: Author/Blogger Allie Potts

  1. Reblogged this on Allie Potts Writes and commented:
    I’d like to extend my thanks once again to Dan, Jenny, and Allison for having me on Writers Off Task With Friends. While my connection speed that day made it seem as if I was vying to be the next Max Headroom, I want to repeat how great it was to talk with all of you.

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  2. Thoroughly enjoyed your interview with Daphne, author of 100 Days of Solitude. Now that I can put a face, a voice, and a laugh with the persona, makes the book more precious and her story more fascinating. Daphne has an infectious laugh, an inspiring style, and an inexplicable humbleness. After reading her work, you know she’s a superstar, but after listening to her interview, you believe her to be the “girl next door” or at the least someone who would show up at the neighborhood book club.

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