I was in a podcast! Pop Culture Confession's Podcast, to be specific!
We've got something a bit different this week (and out of order because of holiday timing), but I was in a podcast and we talked about Misery.
It was the movie, not the book, we were chatted about, but I got to be a part of it to bring in some of the writerly perspective (that my impostor syndrome can't believe they think I have).
This week's confession is so big we had to call in an expert! For the final episode of Spookytober, Chris Brecheen of Writing About Writing joins your three hosts to talk about Misery, which (yet again) Amanda and Hannah have never seen. Thankfully, we've got a Certified Writing Expert on hand to answer questions like: Is losing your life's work worse than having your ankles sledgehammered? How realistic are Paul's writing rituals? What does a greasy protein bar have to do with good writing? And more!
Here's the episode I did on Misery.
All 19 episodes (and counting) of Pop Culture Confessions are available on iTunes
You can also follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pcccast Or on Facebook.
Will I be in YOUR podcast? Sure. Just drop me a line and if it's about writing in some way (or maybe social media outreach), I'll be happy to schedule something.
I put this up today because it's Halloween and the last chance to be spoooooooopy, but tomorrow expect the results of our poll to go up (and Friday we'll start gathering nominations for the next one). Which means IT IS ABSOLUTELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO VOTE!!!!
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Misery Podcast (Pop Culture Confessions)
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