WET042 – 1 year reflections

It’s been a year since I started this podcast, and I muse about some of the things I’ve learned, some things I would have done differently, and some changes I might make. 

I also solicit your advice on how to grow this podcast, what you would like to see in the future, and any other feedback you have to offer. 

 

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WET041 – M. Shannon Hernandez on Memoir Writing and Teaching

M. Shannon Hernandez, author of Breaking the Silence: My Final Forty Days as a Public School Teacher, left teaching after 15 years, wrote a memoir and started a business all at the same time. Today, she has a successful business for writers called The Writing Whisperer, where she does coaching for writers, speaking and business consulting.

M. Shannon Hernandez picture

In this interview, we talk about teaching, writing a memoir, branding, hugging students and the new social media video streaming tool Periscope.

 

LINKS MENTIONED

Amazon Page for M. Shannon Hernandez

The Writing Whisperer

My Final Forty Days – Shannon’s site for the book

Shannon on Twitter

Periscope

Katch.me

 

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Music: “Double the Daily Dose” by Revolution Void (http://www.revolutionvoid.com)

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WET040 – Christopher Kramer on Publishing Literary Fiction

Christopher Kramer (or Christopher of Detroit) publishes unusual works of literature and visual art.

From his Amazon page:

His work blends the genres of autobiography, fable, spirituality, erotica, and pulp serial. Inside his fantasy worlds, Christopher examines philosophical dualities, transitions of the psyche, alternate realities, and spiritual revelations.

We talk about art and literature, self-publishing, living and thinking as an artist, being from Detroit (where we lived on the same block), being an ex-pat (he currently lives in South Korea) and many other interesting topics.

 

Links mentioned

Christopher of Detroit’s Amazon page

Sublimation Pressworks

The Odeon Review

Joel Friedlander

Scrivener

Babelcube – I kept saying “Babelfish”

Simon Whistler

Write Better Faster by Monica Leonelle

(my interview with Monica)

Write. Publish. Repeat. by Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant

(my interview with Sean, Johnny and David Platt)

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

 

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Music: “Double the Daily Dose” by Revolution Void (http://www.revolutionvoid.com)

 

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WET037 – Bryan Cohen Saves the World – Indie publishing and more

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Bryan Cohen, author of Ted Saves the World, visits the WET Podcast this week. We talk about indie publishing, Young Adult literature, audio books, beta readers, podcasting and more.

In addition to writing fiction, Bryan also cohosts two podcasts (Sell More Books Show and The Split) and runs a description-writing service called Best Page Forward.

 

LINKS

Bryan’s Amazon author page 

Ted Saves the World on Amazon

Alphasmart Neo – the little word processor Bryan uses

Writership Podcast

Bookbub

Bryan Cohen Showen on Youtube

Best Page Forward

The Split

Red Rising – The book series Bryan says is really good

 

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Music: “Double the Daily Dose” by Revolution Void (http://www.revolutionvoid.com)

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