How sexy can writing be? Join us as we hear from Kamala Chambers about how she wrote her first book “Road to Love”, how writing and seduction are connected for her and how she promoted her book to become an amazon best seller.
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of every day life” (Picasso). What is it like to have art transform you? Allison Crow joins the show to talk about her painting process, getting back on the wagon and why she sees the down time as foreplay for her next project.
What if instead of writing your book you spoke it in an interview then had it translated? What it’s like to write while traveling the world? What does it really mean to be a lifestyle entrepreneur? Jesse Krieger joins the show to talk about his history as a musician, world traveler and how he’s writing his latest book in some really innovative ways.
“I write what I most need to remember”. Lori joins the show and talks about allowing writing to come through her versus forcing it on the page. Her story is inspiring and she shares details about her writing process, how she gets herself in a flow. She talks about working with writing coaches, what she learned and how to follow inspiration when it hits.
Kamala Devi joins me to talk about how she wrote her latest book in a month during November and the three stages of writing, pre-writing, writing, and editing. We also talk about the positive and negative effects of Facebook on writing and why we’re all becoming better spellers but don’t realize it.
This was the funniest podcast I’ve done so far. Steve Windsor is a fiction author and he’s a writing monster! I’ve never heard of someone who can write so much in one sitting. Steve is so good he wrote a book called “Nine Day Novel” where he outlines how to write a novel in only nine days. I really appreciated his humor, levity and wisdom.
“If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.” Aly Tadros has made bringing out what’s inside her a daily practice, and she routinely writes what scares her, and has become a prolific songwriter after being inspired to do what she loved by Tucker Max seven years ago. We talk about her daily routine, her thirty days co-writing at songwriting mansion in LA and how she deals with blocks.
“There’s a difference between harvesting, thinking and writing”, Jenny Blake joins the show to talk about work/life balance, finding your passion, throwing out an entire first draft of her new book. “Build first, courage second”
This is an “in between-isode”. I got the idea from Tim Ferriss and it’s a way for me to share an idea in a quick session, usually no longer than 10 minutes. This is about the art of podcast hosting, some of the mistakes I see people make and how to jam with your guest versus just listen.
Want to see the design contest I ran on 99 Designs to create the Darken the Page Logo? Visit darkenthepage.com/99designs to see all the logos I didn’t choose.