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Fiction and Copy Decoded

Summary: Here on The Fiction and Copy Decoded Podcast, you'll discover how fiction and copywriting borrow from each other, and how you can use one (or both) to grow in your writing skill. Support this podcast:


 Ep. 112 How and Why I Try to Jazz Up Mundane Experiences | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 610

As far as the punchline, so to speak, you need to get to the end, because most of this episode is about the time I got stuck in Farm and Fleet watching TV, waiting for a vehicle to get worked on (or rather to have the work postponed).  --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 111 Fitting Everything In | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1057

In this episode I talk about fitting things in, different motivations for writing, and hint at a conflict between my past and current writing selves. --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 110: Wrigley and Shakespeare Equal Inspiration | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 748

In this episode, I chat about squeezing inspiration from baseball and a famous playwright. --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 109: Use These, Whether You're a Writer or Not | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 650

In this episode, I chat about prompts, and a bit about why creators should use them (mostly for writing, but if you need a creativity boost, you can use prompts even if you don't write).  --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 108 Notebooks...Notebooks Everywhere | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 725

In this episode, I chat about all the notebooks I write in, and why. Along the way, I think you'll get some new ideas for yourself too. And here's the link to check out my Creativity Kickstart Course: --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 107 I Didn't Know What I'd Write that Day Until I Read This | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 797

In this episode, I chat about when a website I used mentioned a computer worm, and a lot about how to generate writing ideas from non-interesting things (in some cases). And you can pick up your copy of the Creativity Kickstart here: --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 106 Slow It Down | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 333

The tale of me doing something with documents too quick, and suffering the consequences, long ago. To find out more about the Creativity Kickstart, head on over here: --- Support this podcast:

 Episode 105: My Thumb Drive Sort of Ate My Homework, In a Way | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 587

In this episode, I chat about that time my thumb drive destroyed something I'd wanted to save. My Creativity Kickstart Course is live, too. Details here: --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 104: Anatomy of a Letdown, Plus a Special Announcement | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 556

In this episode I discuss how it felt finishing a big project, and give an announcement for something special you can pre-order, if you'd like.  Here's the link to the announcement: --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 103 Wrapping Up the Biz Card Saga | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 547

In this episode, I chat about how the Print Madness promotion for the business cards ended up (or didn't).  And I still don't remember where those business cards are, or if they were ever made. I did learn quite a bit I could apply to business and life from it, though. --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 102: When I Got Confused by a Business Card | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 427

So a long time ago, I decided to get some biz cards made, and to take advantage a spring promotion. Things didn't end up the way I'd planned, to say the least... --- Support this podcast:

 Episode 101: A New Month, Veggies, and This | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 544

I chat about perspective and possibility a little bit in this episode (and vegetables--don't worry, I don't share any recipes). --- Support this podcast:

 Ep. 100 Not a Great Oration, but I Hope You Enjoy It Anyway | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 896

In this episode, I chat a little bit about what I envisioned episode 100 would look like (and then laugh a tad). Things in life come and go, and that's why it's important to hang on to what you have, while you have it. It's been great hosting 100 shows, and I'm aiming to do a lot more, and I hope you'll be along for the ride. --- Support this podcast:

 Episode 99: A Phone Call Made Me Grateful | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 621

In this episode I mention a bit about a consult with a client that made me grateful for an opportunity to do something I'm glad I can do (and you may be as well, if you do it as well). --- Support this podcast:

 Episode 98: Sparring with Friends and Learning about Business Much Later | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 532

In this episode, you'll discover what me getting plywood swung at me taught me about business years later (and it wasn't as bad as that made it sound). --- Support this podcast:


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