Do yourself a favor, and watch Doctor Who.
Is there a to-do app that has a single item saying "check your to-do list"?
The Republicans won, but the price we'll pay for it is much more terrifying than their prize.
I’m home, for now. Whatever that means.
Or is it?
This week with it's 8-9 hours of intense work every day was to me like a spa.
When I get to visit a client's office, and spend time with the team, I always end up giddy and overflowing with joy.
It's not how much you're awake that matters, but how well you use that awake time.
When you're lazy, you start working smarter.
It'll be so good to be back in Iceland, for however short a time.
I haven't regretted my decision to switch fully to my iPad Pro.
It's not always about writing. (Yet it is.)
I've moved my Facebook app (and all my social media apps, save for Twitter) to the second page on my iPhone.
Unusual meta choices really turn me on. But can a piece of fiction be interactive yet still remain primarily something you read, and not 'play'?
My life is a contemporary futurist retrospective.That is all.
Writers come in all shapes and sizes. We all bring our stories into our stories.
We're all in this together.
There isn't a more apt soundtrack for what I'm currently working on - and it's not even a soundtrack at all.
Still writing - it's not much, but it's definitely enough.
Facebook's "war room' is supposed to safeguard the midterm elections (and presumably beyond). It isn't going to help, or not much.
We just can’t fathom the idiocy from corporations and the abuse of fandom. We just can’t.
We discuss fan fiction (turns out, Martyn’s a Trekkie! Who knew?) and the benefits (and dangers!) of putting work and passion into them. We also talk about why today’s the best time to be writing fan fiction, the death of originality, and a lot more.
This week Martyn explains the ins and outs of self-publishing. (He’s a talker! 😛) We also discuss the differences of indie creators in writing and other art forms, talk about audiobooks, and how to promote yourself as a self-publishing author.
We* talk mostly about adaptations: the pitfalls, the mistakes... and found a great writing exercise for you! 😉 *: Greg talks a lot. Sorry 'bout that.
We started a podcast, because we're writers and we need to procrastinate. And also talk about writing. Come meet us, and listen to our take on writing advice, difference in process, and other things.
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