This episode of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick is a check-in detailing a rough week.
Challenges to building a consistent creative life abound. Some weeks, it’s enough to recognize that what’s important is simply living, reflecting, and showing up.
For a variety of reasons, the days between the previous episode and this one were rough. That’s going to happen. Fortunately, sometimes taking a pause allows the space to grow, and to be reminded of all that’s good, and all your doing right. Listen to learn more.
Links and topics mentioned in this episode include…
- Hazy Days and Cloudy Nights: “How It All Got Started” is my free serial available via email subscription
- My next book is a work of non-fiction. Pre-order Indie Author Marketing Infrastructure today, help push the book up the charts, and be among the first to read it!
- I couldn’t get enough of “Silly Love Songs” by Paul McCartney and Wings.
- In the episode, I say the dates I’m alone in the house were the 15th through the 20th; it was actually the 8th through the 20th.
- This episode includes an update on the status of the audiobook editions of Brave Men Run and Pilgrimage.
- Shadow of the Outsider is my next novel in the Shaper’s World storyworld and Outsider Cycle. While I’m writing it, catch up with Light of the Outsider and “The Perfumed Air at Kwaanantag Bay.”
- “Accentuate the Positive”
- In his voice recording message sent in response to Sonitotum 036, long-time-listener and pal Harold Johnson mentioned buying my books directly from me. You can do that via my Books page!
- How’s your creative week going? Tell me about it in the comments.
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