Episode 73 – Fire and Water with Betsy Fasbinder!

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Episode 73 Newbie Writer’s Podcast

Special Guest: Betsy Fasbinder

Fire and Water

www.betsygrazianifasbinder.com
Betsy’s Blog: www.artfindsaway.com
Twitter: @writerbgf

She has been awarded the Floyd Salas Award, a Jack London award and two East of Eden awards for both fiction and memoir pieces.  Four of her pieces have been produced as Readers’ Theater works in the historic Nevada Theater in Nevada City, California.  She is the also co-producer of The Women’s Writing Salon in Nevada County.

See more at: http://www.betsygrazianifasbinder.com/about/

Published with She Writes an author assist program

Also organizes writing salons and reading salons
How do you organize those and what are the benefits to a new author

Tell us about your book and tell us about you journey as an author.

What advice would you give a newbie writer?

Prompt:

Create the ultimate to do list:
Call JJ Abrams re: script changes
Interview with Newsweek re: Current best selling book
Return call from Vogue for photo shoot
Massage
Call for reservations at La Cirque
Remind Nanny to pick up children from their private school

What is your ultimate to do list?

Tortured sentences

The amount of jobs and aguculter jobs where slowly diapering.
Large group of immigrants what was the reason on why they came and left this island of paradise. The country has changed so much with the population, the government.

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Word of the Week:

logophile
PRONUNCIATION:
(LOG-uh-fyl)

MEANING:
noun: One who loves words.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Greek logo- (word) + -phile (lover). Earliest documented use: 1728.

USAGE:
“I treasure my printed OED — as a memento of my logophile grandfather.”
Dictionaries: Finding Their Ideal Format?; The Economist (London, UK); Nov 22, 2012.

Shout Outs:

Tale Teller Podcast: http://taletellerpodcast.blogspot.com.au/ Episode 2 with Trish Smith is up on Itunes now!

http://youtu.be/wN1uJmcOsJY Karl Pilkington on book signings

 


 

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