In this episode of The Writer’s Voice, Sarahlyn Bruck talks about how various life experiences affect her writing: being from the west coast and living on the east coast, working a day job, and being a mother.
This week’s guest, Deborah Shepherd, talks about her recent release, So Happy Together, and about how it can sometimes take a very long time to publish a book. She’s a great inspiration, as well as an excellent example of patience paying off.
This week’s guest, Carole Bumpus, is a travel and food memorist. She talks about how food and family transcend genre and how she came to publish 3 books during the COVID pandemic.
Authors Richard J. Cass, Sarah Osborne, and Joe Gannon write different types of mystery, thriller, and crime fiction. We chatted about a number of topics, including how to create villains, the toughest part of writing, and that dreadful question: Who is Your Favorite Writer … and Why?
In this episode of The Writer’s Voice, I chat with Allen Wier, who writes literary fiction. We talk about his process and he shares a number of funny stories: one about doing research for a period piece and his cross-country trek with his son.
Alice Persons is a poet and the editor and publisher at Moon Pie Press. She talks with me this week about how poets can get their work published. She also offers tips and advice for poets in all stages of their careers.