The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 128 – The Danger of Art — PROJECT ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK

The Danger of Art A bit of controversy on this week’s episode as The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda get down and dirty with their own personal beliefs on writing taboo subjects, being public about religion and politics, Napster, the PMRC and so much more! Check out this episode of The…

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Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 248 – Shawver — PROJECT ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK

On this week’s Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast, host Armand Rosamilia chats with author Lisa Shawver, a former middle school administrator and teacher for over 17 years at the elementary and middle school levels currently teaching at-risk high school students. One of her noteworthy accomplishments is competing in softball in the 1996 Olympics. Her inspiration…

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Sign Post

Raven's Retreat

Screenshot_20190209-144714We’ve finally achieved one of our writing goals: a book signing in an actual bookshop. W H Smith have agreed to let us through their doors and unleash us on their unsuspecting customers. It would have been nice to have been invited because we’re famous and our presence would draw a bigger crowd than William Burke’s execution (25,000 in case you were wondering) but the truth is, they put a call out for authors on Twitter and past us did a stupidly brave thing and emailed them. Damn you, past us! Don’t you realise future, anxious us has to deal with your bravery? Anyway, the signing will take place in the Queen Street branch, Cardiff on Saturday 16th February from 11-1 p.m. Sorry it’s such short notice, but they’ve only just told us the time. So if you’re free, come along and make us look worth the hassle.

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Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 242 – Vater — PROJECT ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK

On this week’s Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast, host Armand Rosamilia chats with Tom Vater He’s a writer and publisher working predominantly in Asia. He is the author of some 20 books, both non fiction and fiction titles. To date he has published four crime novels and several bestselling illustrated books. He is the co-owner…

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The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 123 – Listener 2019 — PROJECT ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK

You’ve heard from The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda about their 2019 writing goals. Now it’s time for the listeners to tell us what they have in mind for 2019, as a dozen loyal listeners of the podcast send in their lists so we can go through them and hold everyone…

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Just Like A Pill

Raven's Retreat

In December, we finally made the decision to go on antidepressants. It was a big decision as we haven’t been on them for eighteen years. We couldn’t cope with the side effects so we kept switching tablets, but never found one we got on with. We were on Amitriptyline, Dothiapin, Seroxat and a couple more we can’t remember the name of. We usually self-medicate through exercise and submitting stories, but that’s stopped being effective and doesn’t sustain us for more than a couple of hours now. This was the only option left until we can see a mental health professional. This time, we’ve been given 50mg of Sertralin. This is our diary of side effects.

Day 1 – The doctor warned us we’d feel out of sorts to start with. Currently experiencing dizziness and nausea which ranges from mild to “dear god, might vomit on the laptop.” Combatting it by…

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Good Morning, Sunday 6th of January 2018

Good morning, I’ve had a decent few days getting some words down. Since my last post (3rd Jan) I’ve written 1601 words. Almost eight hundred of those were written in the early hours of yesterday morning (5th). I couldn’t sleep, I mean I lay in bed for an hour just staring at the ceiling, doing my best to ignore the kitten bouncing around the place. As happens when you’re laying in bed trying to sleep my mind was working and I just rolled over and grabbed my phone and wrote. There is always that fear that writing when half asleep the words will be rubbish but when I’ve read it back I quite like what I’ve written. I wrote two scenes, one of which was just my brain spewing thoughts while the other was what I hope will be the start of a story that I had the title of, because it sounded great. The type of story I hope it’ll be suits the title well, I think.

I think I’m nearing the end of this third zombie short story I’ve been working on. I’d really like to have it done today but we’ll see. Tomorrow I’ll have access to my desk again, and I’ll begin the digital edit of PE3. I’d like to do a chapter a night, but I’ll see how each night goes. I know I’m at the cinema on Tuesday, and a write-in on Wednesday so I won’t get much of the edit done on those nights. I know I could edit at the write-in, but I like having the bigger screen for this phase of the editing process and at write-ins it’s easier to write. I’m not a writer that dreads editing (well not yet anyway), but I do need to be very focused on it. So it will be earphones on, hood up and cracking on.

Time to crack on and see where this zombie story takes me.