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We sit down with Haydes, owner of ASAP Imagination, and discuss the Art of Comic Writing. Join us as we talk about what is the first thing you write down when you start a new project? Is writing energizing or exhausting? And of course, how to find success in writing.
Plus! The writing prompt is: Sleepless Nights
We sat down with Dustin Burnell of Ethereal Comic Publishing and discuss writing the opposite sex, what is the hardest part of the writing process, among many things. Plus, we explore marketing your indie comic when you're an indie writer and publisher.
The writing prompt for this episode is: One night in a desolate hotel.
We sat down with the very talented Jason McNamara and we tackled that age old question amongst us indie writers and creators: Should we write with a target audience in mind? Check out Jason's response, plus, check out other important tips for you young writers out there!
The writing prompt for this episode is: A duffle bag on the side of the road.
Happy Halloween, kids! This week we chat with J.M. and discuss pacing, plotting and letting others read your first couple of drafts before it gets into the hands of your editor. Then, we chat about how much control do we give our editor. Do you give them any? Join the conversation.
The writing prompt for this episode is: A black cat is crossing an empty street
Today we have a very open and honest conversation with the very talented LA Cunningham about fighting through those times when we get stuck in one of our stories and how to get out of the rut of some good old fashioned writer's block. We also talk about writing rules and why it's ok to break them. Plus, we talk writing spaces. What does yours look like? Let's get to it!
The writing prompt for this episode is: A cross country trip with a stranger.
This week our guest is Tony James and we talk to him about the hardest scene he's ever written for a book, how did he come up with the title of his story, Star Noir? And we get a little nostalgic and discuss what advise would we give our younger writing-self. What would you tell them?
The writing prompt for this episode is: An open window in an empty apartment.
This week on the show, I had a great time chatting with the always charismatic Laurie Calcaterra. We discussed plot twists, marketing your book and also the importance of researching your story. How much research do you do when world building and on how many lists do you find yourself on due to the research you're conducting online? 😁 Share your experiences in the comments section and don't forget to take part in the writing prompt! Check it out ya'll!
The writing prompt for this episode is: An empty moving van found on the side of the road
This week on the show, I sit down with a very good friend of mine, Mr. Anibal Arroyo, and do what we always do...we talk shop. What specifically? We talk about the artistic process and its challenges, working on multiple projects and how to keep them straight and of course, can independent creators collaborate on projects without the drama? Find out.
The writing prompt for this episode is: A train is approaching a station.
This week, I sit down with JD Calderon and we discuss a number of writing topics including character vs plot and tips to improve your writing. Do you have any suggestions to share? Put them in the comments. Watch the episode and tell us if you agree with some of the ones we talked about.
The writing prompt for this episode is: A hammer on an empty city sidewalk.
Our guest this week is Sebastian Bonet, creator of Koncrete Kombat, and we chat with him about how painfully hard it is to write a comic. Or is it? Plus we also dive into his process for creating and producing his books. Do you outline your scripts, do you world build and have created a bible for your project? We discuss that too. Thank you for joining us this week. Let's get to it!
The writing prompt for this episode is: Four friends enter a pool hall.
This week I sit down with Jay Dee Rosario, owner of Unstoppable Comics and we have a discussion about the ego and whether it is something that helps or hurts writers. What's your take? Put it in the comments!
The writing prompt for this episode is: A man gets a letter he wasn’t ready for.