Whether you are writing fiction, Non-Fiction, a memoir, or are just into creative writing this is the podcast for you. This podcast is more than just about how to write as we cover the why’s, when’s, and where’s of writing. Shelly Devlin is away so Mandra Biscornet and Deborah Monk interview Stephanie Queen and Mishka Thebaud. Mishka is a professional actor who is currently recording Stephanie's book into audio form.
What are the advantages to going audio?
What are the costs involved?
What is the process to finding the right narrator?
Do you market audio books differently than regular books.
Stephanie Queen has always been a writer–ever since second grade when the Nuns of Sacred Heart School got her hooked by offering fame–though not fortune–when she won first prize in their story contest. That was her first publishing gig.
Since then Stephanie kept writing in the background while she built up a catalogue of life experiences. She went to UConn, got married had two sons who could star as heroes in any lucky girl’s romance story, got a Masters degree at Harvard University, worked a few jobs–Math teacher, Keebler Elf and desk jockey at various cubicle farms doing bureaucratic things. Then she finally put writing stories back into the foreground.
Since then, Stephanie has published more than twenty-five novels and novellas. She teaches a class in novel writing and also speaks at libraries, conferences and workshops on writing and publishing.
May you be inspired, feel empowered, and B. Well.
All this and more on this week’s episode of The Writer’s Block Podcast recorded at the Studio 21 Podcast Café and hosted on the United Podcast Network.