This girl is on fire! I met Tiffany at a writer’s retreat in the beautiful countryside of Newberg, Oregon two years ago. We were in a writing group together and so were exposed to one another’s writing early on in our friendship. We talk a little bit about the workshop and mentoring we received at that retreat in this episode! But since that time in Oregon, we have met back up at a writer’s conference in Philadelphia and have stayed in touch to give support to one another as
What is your most comfortable form of creative expression? Is there something you believe about your creative form that might be holding you back from full expression in that art form? I’d like to address some myths about writers that used to hold me back a bit in my writing. Here we go: Writers are introverts: That is NOT me. I prefer to be around people. I recognize the need for solitude but I love to around people. If I didn’t love words so much I wouldn’t have chosen this
Part of this solo show is dedicated to talking to you writers out there, OR, to the would-be-writer who is trying to figure out how to get started. It does matter how you approach your book/project. Most often it is the plotters who start with the end in mind. Let’s talk about the options we have when planning a book: Are you a “plotter” or a “pantser” or a “plantser”? Plotters plan out their story either based on character arcs or events in the story. Pantsers tend to just w
Johnathan and I at Chillermania July 2019 Scooby-Boo aka. Grandma and Boo Boo at Chillermania Johnathan Rand and I go way back. Or should I say I go way back with Chris Wright, who became Chris Knight, then eventually through a major metamorphosis emerged as Johnathan Rand, the entrepreneur, author and personality you see before you today!
I was employed by Chris Wright as a radio commercial personality back in the late 1990’s early 2000’s. It was one of my favorite gigs and