The Writing Record Podcast 8.25.20 – Solving the Hyphenate problem, Get right about your North Star

I love it when this podcast becomes a confessional. It has helped me sort a few things over the last couple of months, and hopefully, it will help you as you ask yourself similar questions! For those of you in the TLDL (Too Long, Didn’t Listen) Crowd, here’s my two cents: You’re a better hyphenateContinue reading “The Writing Record Podcast 8.25.20 – Solving the Hyphenate problem, Get right about your North Star”

Our Kid’s Asleep Podcast #43 – What We Do in the Shadows, TLC, Acting in The Laundromat (feat. Brenda Zamora)

Hello all! We are joined by Brenda Zamora, actor and sister, to talk about: What We Do in the Shadows, the movie and TV series adaptation. TLC, The Learning Channel and our varied opinions on their popular reality shows. and lastly, we talk about Brenda’s experience behind the scenes of The Laundromat, her first role in a feature film!Continue reading “Our Kid’s Asleep Podcast #43 – What We Do in the Shadows, TLC, Acting in The Laundromat (feat. Brenda Zamora)”

5.27.20 – Progress. New Writing Record Episode.

I talked it out at lunchtime and recorded the third episode of The Writing Record! It’s not so much a podcast, but me documenting my writing process to better examine what my approach is. The first project I’m discussing on it is my children’s book named Charlie Bird. I found the theme and it wasContinue reading “5.27.20 – Progress. New Writing Record Episode.”

CD19 – An Anecdote about Fatherhood, Handing Down Creativity, and Status Report

You don’t know how much you keep from people until you start speaking clearly and honestly, out in the open. #newepisode #fatherhood #writingcommunity #creativelife

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Just checking in to let you all know I’ll be podcasting tomorrow at lunch about what’s working, and a lesson in passing on art through the generations. However, as I wait for a few clips to download from my cloud, I look back on today with pride as a great example of what I haven’tContinue reading “Do.”