Do you ever wonder if it is too late to start your writing career? Fear not! Many famous authors have accomplished this feat including Toni Morrison. In this episode (Listen here in the background) we discuss reviews left for My Remarkable Little Monkey, by Mark Lages who was in his sixties before pursuing his passion and he is receiving much praise for his works. We will also briefly discuss other famous author who have found their muse as they aged.
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A monkey for happiness? Shakespeare is not just your average monkey, he is remarkable. This week we bring you the indie tale My Remarkable Little Monkey by Mark Langes. (Listen here in the background!) This story follows Marty who is in search of the perfect animal companion, but discovers something much more. This episode is brought to you by the wonderful people over at burialgrounds coffee company. Purchase a bag of DEATHSTAR or one of their unique coffee blends at burialgrounds.coffee. Remember to subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Stitcher, GooglePlay or your favorite podcast platform to keep up to date with all of the stories and topics! After the show, leave a review of this beginning on our Acnbooks Page, on any of our social media pages using the hashtag #indiebeginningreview or send us an audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d even love for you to rate us on your favorite podcast platform. Music found in this week’s episode was written and performed by Phillip Weigl.
Death is a frightening thing but imagine if you could stick around after to see how people remembered you. Would you want to know? Do you remember yourself as you were, or do you remember who you wish you were? This week we discuss these questions as we discuss reviews left for Fred’s Funeral by Sandy Day from Episode 7. Listen in the background here! This episode is brought to you from the lovely people over at Burialgrounds Coffee Company. Find all of their unique coffee blends at burialgrounds.coffee. Remember to subscribe to the show on Stitcher, ApplePodcast or your favorite podcasting platform to keep up to date with all of the discussions and don’t forget to leave a review while you’re there! Thanks for listening.
Afterlife, Memories, Family History. All of these themes arise in this weeks featured beginning, Fred’s Funeral by Sandy Day. A story inspired by the author’s very own Great Uncle Fred. Would you want to hear how people remembered you after you are gone? Do you share the same memory of yourself? Listen in the backround here! This episode is brought to you from the lovely people over at burialgrounds coffee company. Find all of their unique coffee blends at burialgrounds.coffee. Remember to subscribe to the show on Stitcher, ApplePodcast or your favorite podcasting platform and leave a review! Leave a review below after the show. Reviews can also be left on Facebook, Twitter, or by sending an email to email@example.com. Write them, record a MP3, even video your review; we’ll find a home for them. Thanks for listening!
Should Trigger warnings and Content Advisories be included in literature? (Click link to listen in the background) Are they helpful for readers or detrimental to authors? Today we discuss this topic while reviewing reviews left for last weeks featured story, Impatient for Death, A Love Story. Our host Marie has a conversation with the story’s author, Carmilla Voiez, on why the author has chosen to include trigger warnings before certain stories. This story and many other tales of the macabre can by found in Carmilla Voiez’s collection Broken Mirror and Other Morbid Tales.
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“Impatient for Death, A Love Story” from Carmilla Voiez’s book Broken Mirror and Other Morbid Tales is being featured this week. Through tragedy and loss Chloe finds her love, but can she find herself? Listen to the episode here! This episode was brought to you by Burialgrounds Coffee Co. Stop by their site to purchase some Daywalker. Purchase your copy on Amazon here! After the show, stop by Facebook, Twitter, or by sending an email to email@example.com. Write them, record a MP3, even video your review; we’ll find a home for them. Please leave a review for our show on ApplePodcast and Stitcher. Thanks for listening!
One note before the show, this story discusses suicide attempts. Everyone here at Indie Beginning and the author understand that many topics can bring listeners to uncomfortable places that they have worked so hard to be free of. If you or anyone you know is struggling with suicide there are resources available. In the United States Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) or if you are in the United Kingdom you may call the Samaritans by dialing 116 123.