S4 Episode 9: Resources

In season four, episode nine of the podcast, Addey read “Different” by Susan Cornford–a short flash-fiction piece that was published in the fall 2021 edition of the journal, Tamed.

If you’re interested in reading more of Susan’s work, here is where she has been published and a bit about the author:

Susan Cornford is a retired public servant, living in Perth, Western Australia. She has had pieces published or forthcoming in Across the Margin, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Antipodean Science Fiction, borrowed solace, Cafe Lit, Crow’s Feet Journal, Ethel Zine, Flora Fiction Website, Frost Zone Zine, Granfalloon Magazine, Meet Cute Press, Mono, Mystery Tribune, The Mythic Circle, Quail Bell Magazine, Thriller Magazine, Worthing Flash and others.

Now imagine we are bundled up to ward off the snow (at least the snow coming down here in Colorado) and the conversation turns to this week’s episode of the podcast. What are your questions, thoughts, or comments? Leave them down below!

S4 Episode 9: Different

On this episode of the podcast, Addey reads “Different” by Susan Cornford. “Different” is a short flash fiction piece that was published in the fall 2021 issue of borrowed solace, Tamed, and we are so pleased to present this amazing piece of writing to you in audio form on the podcast.

S4 Episode 8: Resources

In season four, episode eight of the podcast, Addey and Nicole were joined by Aimar Galarza to discuss all things voice acting and recording audiobooks!

Aimar B. Galarza is a second-year Puerto Rican graduate student in the George Washington University MPS Publishing program, and has been voice acting ever since 2016. She has participated in various projects ranging from video games, audiobooks, animations, and commercials such as Nori and Zin by Taliyah Denton, PlayShifu games, and voice-over work for the National Guard. She also joined Pubvendo, a digital agency for book publishers and authors, in July 2021 serving as a Book Publicist while balancing her job as a freelance voice actress.

If you’re interested in learning more about Aimar and her work, you can connect with her on Twitter, LinkedIn, or on her website.

Now, pretend we’re chatting all about our writing plans for the new year when the discussion turns to this week’s podcast episode. What thoughts, questions, or comments do you have about recording audiobooks? Let us know in the comments below

S4 Episode 8: Recording Audiobooks

We are back with another new episode after a couple of weeks off as we started the new year. This week, Addey and Nicole talked with Aimar Galarza, a graduate student in Nicole’s publishing program and a voice actor. Aimar has recorded a children’s audiobook and her voice has been featured in commercials, video games, and more.

S4 Episode 7: Resources

In season four, episode six of the podcast, Addey and Amber talked all about book-to-screen adaptations. Here are some of the books, shows, and movies mentioned:

Hunger Games

Harry Potter

Lord of The Rings

Hobbit

Pride and Prejudice

Dracula

Frankenstein

Little Women

Nancy Drew

Good Omens

Outlander

Lemony Snicket’s A Series Unfortunate Events

Now, let’s assume you are floating around in this week between Christmas and New Year’s (aren’t we all) and decide to listen to this episode of the podcast as you sleep, eat, repeat. What are your thoughts on the books and movies/shows mentioned? Do you have any favorite books that made great movies (or vice versa?) Let us know in the comments below!

S4 Episode 7: Books on Screen

This week in the final episode of 2021 (!) Addey is joined by fiction editor Amber to discuss all things books and movies (and television.) We all know and love different books and their screen adaptations (or, in some cases, love to hate them.) Listen in to see if your favorite is mentioned!

S4 Episode 6: Resources

In season four, episode six of the podcast, Addey and Nicole talked all about writing online with Medium and HubPages.

If you’re interested in reading what Addey and Nicole have written online, here is where you can find their articles:

Nicole on Hubpages

Addey on Medium

Now, imagine we are driving home for Christmas (or flying–whatever strikes your fancy) and discussing everything going on this week. Suddenly, the conversation turns to this episode of the podcast. What did you think about what Addey and Nicole had to share about writing online? Have you ever written for any of the websites they mentioned or others that haven’t been mentioned yet? Let us know your thoughts, questions, or experiences in the comments below!

S4 Episode 6: Writing Online

This week, Addey and executive editor Nicole discuss all things writing online! Both Addey and Nicole have written for a few online blogging websites, and share their experiences writing, earning money, and sharing their thoughts on the world wide web.