To Andrew Hiller, Author,
Andrew, due to a computer crash (and a lack of buying a new one) I need to reschedule your appearance on Writers Off Task With Friends.
The evil machine in question started acting reeeeeeally weird Thursday, but I rebooted a few times and thought Satan had been dispossessed. Not so. The demon came back on Saturday and Sunday, so I have zero confidence we can record a show tomorrow without it going down.
Now, you might ask why I didn’t rush out and buy a new computer, especially when my wife had asked me to do that very thing just a few weeks before.
Gang, if YOU wanna watch a few amazing episodes of Writers Off Task With Friends while you wait for us to get back on track, click HERE.
You can see interviews and funny stuff with:
Sharon Ward Keeble
Colleen Landry and the Goose Butt authors
John Darryl Winston
Nathan Van Coops
Aften Brook Szymanski
And much, much more! Topics like:
- What does an author have to do to win you over?
- How a children’s book differs from a novel
- What’s your favorite time to write?
- What’s the strangest thing you’ve eaten on a vacation?
- Embarrassing stories about Allison.
- Who was most influential in keeping you on track with your writing? (Yes, you can say it was me.)
- Some say writing is a calling. What do you think? Why do you write?
- What would you tell a new author about subplots?
- What kind scenes are hardest for you to write?
- What is your most favorite place on Earth? Did you put it in a story? Why or why not?
- What was the worst writing scene you ever did?
- What was your worst writing experience? Best?
- Describe a time in a story when you had to create images for the reader that you may not have experienced yourself.
- What’s your favorite social media?
- Which project took you farthest out of your comfort zone?
- What’s one thing that sends you completely off the rails when you’re writing?
- Where in the process did you create your latest story’s title? Do start with it? Do you know it before you begin? Before you end? Elsewhere?
- Which is the more important of these two: write drunk, edit sober? (And what do they mean to you?)
- What are the benefits of a critique group?