Books include Friends Who Move Couches by CJ Zahner, David Mogo, Godhunter by Suyi Davies Okungbowa and Between Inca Walls by Evelyn Kohl LaTorre
Some people have a need to keep on developing their skill set while others are content with their lot. This episode looks at why achieving is a 'thing', how life-long goals make a difference to us and how even the smallest daily achievement should be considered a win. Incorporates creative writing achievements.
Poet and Song Writer, Mark Hughes recently talked to TVW about his collection of spiritual-themed children's books starting with The Tale of Ferdinand The Frog.
(Apologies for the occasion poor quality with the online conversation. Out of my control.)
A celebratory note for the start of TVW's second year podcasting.
Have you ever considered how music can help you write? Sometimes it isn't even music, it might be white noise but it still helps you to focus. In this episode of The Versatile Writer, I look at how music helps a busy mind focus on the task at hand. Includes Star Trek, grasshopper minds, your subconscious, and your dream world.
Small businesses particularly have to keep an eye on keeping existing and attracting new clients. When the business climate alters or changes completely, we have to consider diversifying slightly - but how far do you go before you lose your original business identity? This episode provides points to consider.
Hannah from Pages, Places and Plates discusses 3 books on this week's The Versatile Writer. They are Catalyst by Tracy Richardson, The Dark Stalkers by Henry Bassett and Wandless by James Batchelor.
Genres covered are fantasy and experimental fiction.
This interview was carried out over Skype - with occasional differences in the sound quality.
When giving feedback, consider the words you use as they can, quite literally, change lives. Looking at how self doubt can gnaw at you until you believe you are not good at anything and progressing until, eventually, you start to believe in yourself and your work. A lesson for all Creatives (with a capital C).
The Versatile Writer talks to Hannah Read from Pages, Places and Plates about her thoughts of 3 books this in this episode. Those books are Your Ultimate Guide for A Powerful Book Launch by Ray, Grown Ups by Marian Keyes, and Food Waste Philosophy by Shane Jordan.
The Versatile #Writer and Pages, Plates and Places book #reviewer, Hannah Read, discuss two #books this episode: Slow Down by Lee Matthew #Goldberg and For Love or Money by #Clodagh #Murphy. They finish with a mention of how to pair #tea with book #genres for a greater #reading experience.