In season three, episode ten of the podcast, Addey and Nicole talked all about how they wrote their books–and learned that no two writers write the same.
Pretend we are discussing this week’s podcast episode while lounging at the pool to beat the heat. What did you take away from this episode? How do you write? Let us know in the comments below!
In season three, episode nine of the podcast, Amber and Nicole took over to talk about video games (this is a part two episode, so be sure to check out episode eight before listening to this episode!)
What do you think about this episode? Imagine we are chatting about what video games have inspired your writing while walking in a spring shower (don’t worry–we’ve got umbrellas!) How have video games inspired your writing?
In season three, episode eight of the podcast, Amber and Nicole took over to talk about video games.
Here are links to some of the research and information Nicole mentioned in the episode:
Invision Game Community
What do you think? Imagine we are discussing your favorite video games on a rainy day. Do you find inspiration from gaming? Let us know by leaving a comment below!
In season three, episode 6 of borrowed solace: the podcast, Addey was joined by Kim Malinowski–writer, teacher, and poet–to learn more about her new poetry collection, Home, published by Kelsay Books.
Here is a bit more about Kim, including upcoming events ad where you can find her on the interwebs:
Kim Malinowski is a lover of words. She earned her B.A. from West Virginia University and her M.F.A. from American University. She studies with The Writers Studio. Her debut collection Home was published by Kelsay Books. Her chapbook Death: A Love Story was published by Flutter Press. Her work has appeared in borrowed solace, Faerie Magazine/Enchanted Living, War, Literature, and the Arts, AHF Magazine, Mookychick, Amethyst Review, and others. She writes because the alternative is unthinkable. You can find out more about her on her website.
Events and Places of Word Fun and Learning
Hybrid Shorts Class (Recurring)
Mighty Networks Moon Feather Hollow: Will—O’—Wisp’s Valley of Verse
April 28, 2021: Open Mic with Kim Malinowski: Speculative Poetry
Opening May 1st: Terra Nouveau Lyceum on Mighty Networks–Kim Teaches Writing Classes and Free Tips, Techniques, Prompts, etc.
As always, we would so appreciate you sharing your thoughts and comments! Imagine we are taking a walk in the snow (yes, it snowed in Colorado today) and chatting about this episode of the podcast. What did you think? Let us know by commenting below!
In season three, episode six of borrowed solace: the podcast, Addey was joined by Zulie Rane–freelance content creator, ghostwriter, YouTuber, and cat mom. Addey and Zulie talked all things writing online including some of her tips for writing on Medium, how she started her freelance writing business, and what it’s like talking about writing on YouTube.
If you’d like to learn more about Zulie, you can find her online in the following places:
Her website, ZulieWrites.com
Write Your Future, a collaborative weekly newsletter
Her YouTube Channel
And, of course, we’d love to hear from you. Pretend we are relaxing at the park now that spring seems to have finally sprung–what did you learn from this week’s episode of the podcast? Leave us a comment down below to let us know!
Join in on the conversation! We’d love to hear what you have to say about writing and the holidays. Pretend we are baking Christmas cookies together and chatting about this week’s episode. How do you feel about writing around the holidays–especially this year? Comment below and let us know!
In season three, episode four of the podcast, Addey was joined by Nicole to talk about her graduate program in publishing.
For more information on the Master of Professional Studies in Publishing at George Washington University, click here.
For more information on Harlequin (the publisher Addey went on a tangent about) click here.
And, of course, we want to hear from you! Imagine we are chatting on the phone about our Thanksgiving prep and the coming holiday week when the conversation turns to this week’s podcast. What did you think? Comment down below!
This week on borrowed solace: the podcast, Addey was joined by fiction editor, Amber, to talk about writers and how they are portrayed in pop culture. This was a fun episode with not too many serious resources discussed, but here are just some of the TV shows and books we discussed in the episode:
Murder She Wrote
Council of Dads
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Secret Window by Stephen King
Misery by Stephen King
The Bold Type
So what did you think about this week’s episode? Do you think writer’s are portrayed accurately in pop culture, or not so much? Pretend we are having a socially distanced writer’s night and talking about the episode. Leave your thoughts (or some more examples) down in the comments below!
In season three, episode two, of the podcast, Addey was joined by Rachel Hetrick to discuss her new book, Curse of Infiniti, that comes out in November. If you are interested in reading Rachel’s book or learning more about her, you can find her at the following spots on the internet:
@Rachel_Hetrick_Writes on Instagram
Rachel Hetrick on Facebook
Have some thoughts you’d like to share? Imagine we are on our way to the pumpkin patch and discussing this week’s episode. Leave your questions, comments, or concerns in the comments below!
In season three episode one of the podcast, Addey, Amber, and Nicole played a game of “Never Have I Ever” to introduce (or re-introduce, as it were) listeners to all of our editors. Below are the statements that were guiltily admitted to or denied vehemently:
- Never have I ever written a story the day before it was due for a creative writing class.
- Never have I ever stuck gum under a desk
- Never have I ever sent a mean email in response to a rejection from a literary journal.
- Never have I ever ridden an animal.
- Never have I ever said a brutal comment in a critique group.
- Never have I ever binged an entire series in one day
- Never have I ever lied about my opinion of a story in a critique group.
- Never have I ever climbed in/out of a window.
- Never have I ever hated one of my fellow editor’s picks for the journal.
- Never have I ever broken a bone.
Pretend we are all hanging out, drinking some hot cider, or maybe a pumpkin spiced latte, and let us know what your answers would be if you played this game by commenting below!