Episode 6 is finally here, recorded in conjunction with Episode 7. In this episode I talk a little bit about writing schedule and how I approach things, and added to what I had initially discussed on the first go around of recording by referring to a blog post by writer Alan Baxter about so-called writer’s rules and how often to write. I’ve added that link
I have re-added the links I found interesting. The one to the particular Writing Excuses episode I was going to discuss, and yet again forgot, but there was some really interesting stuff in this one in regards to motivation. I may well speak on that next week for episode 8.
This weeks episode of the Writing Debacle Podcast has been postponed due to technical difficulty. I recorded episode 6 and started editing, only to find that some technical issue had caused a great deal of skipping. I tried to salvage the file, but it was far too distracting and annoying to put listeners through.
Next week, I will be discussing the steps I have taken to improve my writing over the last three years.
For now, please find below the episode links which I had collected and discussed, or would have if the audio had been up to par.
New social media accounts have been created or re-purposed for the use of the Writing Debacle Podcast. Updates and information will be provided through these accounts, which include a Twitter, Pinterest and Flipboard magazine. So now as well as subscribing to the podcast you can follow along in other ways.
And don’t forget the main writing website/blog and social accounts for me, Cem Bilici, which can be found HERE.
Week 2 of 2016 is at an end and here’s the latest episode of the Writing Debacle Podcast. I talk about what I have accomplished in the week and a little more about further areas I would like to improve and focus on for my writing and publishing goals.
Welcome to the relaunched Writing Debacle Podcast.
The podcast is taking a new, shorter format from what I had originally intended. This will ensure that I am both able to have time to produce it and continue to write, which I do in my spare time outside of the nine-to-five.
The new format will basically be me talking about my year in writing and journey to finally being published, both with my novels and short stories.
The episodes will be 15-20 minutes weekly and I am determined to stick to this.
Recorded on the 8th of January, 2016. Transcription to come soon.
A podcast for aspiring authors, by aspiring authors.
This is the first episode of The Writing Debacle, currently a solo mission by horror writer Cem Bilici until he can brainwashconscript find someone — or someones — to join him and provide more experiences and genres to the mix.
The mission statement for The Writing Debacle is:
To inspire the host/s and in so doing inspire the listeners
To keep ourselves (host/s and listeners alike) accountable for our writing so we can all benefit and learn
To share experiences and learnings and grow
To seek out new life and new…
OK, maybe not that last, unless we’re counting worldbuilding.