You might be wondering what WTF is, well it’s not what you imagine. It’s way better, a ton of fun, a great way to connect, learn or be encouraged. And who doesn’t want to have a good laugh?
Writers Off Task With Friends!
Here’s what we covered and what Dan Alatorre had to say about it on his blog:
This week’s topics include
- Idaho and Alaska, how they influence your writing or do they?
- LOVE BEING INDIE
- Why does a blog cut years off your learning curve as a new author.
- Is juggling the plot of each book difficult while considering the the overall arc of your stories, or easier?
- Where did you get the idea for formatting your stories?
- Why are so many authors seen as shy, and are you seen that way? How do others usually see you?
- Best thing about being an indie author? Worst thing?
- As an indie, edit yourself or use an editor?
- What social media are you on and which is the best (as opposed to which you like most)
PLUS: TIPS FOR NEW AUTHORS
(Some of that is important for writers to know.)
We enjoyed having Rachael as our guest, and if you’d like to appear on WoTwF or would like to send us some questions you’d like to see authors address, Contact Me using the Contact Me button, above [on Dan’s blog or click the link right here]!
Yes, it’s a bit silly. That’s the point. But it’s also insightful and fun. That’s also the point.
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Any writers out there should definitely contact Dan about an appearance on Writers Off Task With Friends. It’s entertaining and fun, not to mention you might also learn something worthwhile (or possibly just cool) in the process.
Let me know what you thought of the show. 🙂
❤ Rachael Ritchey