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"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

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06:49 min | 1 year ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

"Gosh a lot of 'em really semi old. Is that i'd buy do do blogs about particular have blog posts about particular topics. <hes> you probably have the mesa think of particular <hes> like an own fiction title that i can <hes> <hes> recommend off the top of my head <hes>. I'm i am <hes>. I network with a load of this as well sartor. <hes> you know if there's something that particularly stuck on i need to find a primary source all all <hes> we asked questions like can you recommend a particular resource. Sorry yet it's also i'm very much case. If sometimes you don't the dark noise sorry it is good to to read as widely as you can nonfiction and fiction sources as well yeah. I'm just at the very early stages where that helps at all yeah. It's very early and i'm just i've got save an idea and it's like oh my god by how how do they dress. How did they bother and when i was roommates ride is in new york the american conference few weeks agai. I and they were doing costumes and <hes> there were putting on the bus melissa things oh my god. This is so my hey there will be some you can even find like <hes> she twirls how women dressed christian <hes> eighteenth century clydes and you can say <hes> gave women showing you put on a._m. Or the petty carts and the is and and the petting zoo donate skirts and yet the oldest <hes> our window when i first started out sorry i'm getting these days is much easier to find out <hes> yeah those oval really important well. I'd love if he could tell us more about your book. The lead of black clark because like you're saying that is said just after claughton into claude not had family he fought and collado sites to which is funny. Tell us more about that book in in the story story line for it looks conway star rating it thank you yes. The land of blacklock is <hes> the story about <hes> will hear his name's alex and he force <hes> for uh when he prints charlie so on the losing side sorry <hes> he's family wanted <hes> astute king on the throne. Sorry <hes> if you're in atlanta you probably get all that background but i boy you too much but basically his family picks the losing side and <hes> this rival clan who <hes> headlands that adjoin his who are on the winning side sorry the hanoverian side and <hes> these clans have been <hes> <hes> sort of at loggerheads folk for centuries and <hes> they part of the campbell clan the rival clan and they take advantage of the situation and and basically <hes> when alex's arriving after the battle to make sure his his family is our k- <hes> the the rival clan <hes> is decimating his castle and his family suffers and he basically loses everything sorry at the beginning of the book we have oh alex her's been warranted. He's lost everything and <hes> he he's basically on the ron from the british and he bows to take vengeance against <hes> alcon the m a he's the earl of taipei <hes> sorry sorry in taken years <hes> down the track <hes> alex has chosen eleusis and he's he's made a lot of money and <hes> he uses his <hes> <hes> money to to set about ruining malcolm campbell <hes> the irritate and <hes> one of the <hes> thinks he's found out is malcolm is in dire straits financially a bit the rest of society doesn't nar and <hes> malcolm's plan to <hes> to his situation is to marry a rich air as sarah sarah lambert who's the heroine <hes> and what el- expense to do is escorted dark book at the beginning alex plans to kidnap up sarah. Sir malcolm can't marry her and come into this windfall of money so that's basically the setup for the book. I'll take it a long title. Explain it but some yes sir alex takes sarah and then i'm sorry what are you working on now. Okay <hes> at the moment. I think i mentioned earlier. I'm headway through writing <hes> a milestone suitable countess which she's <hes> the third book in my so so published skinless regency widow series and i hope that will be out middle of nick steel. I'm also rising a <hes> pirates novella for boxing. That's coming out in january. That's going to be called the lady in the privateer. That's saints in the regency era sorry <music>. I'm never written a pirate story before that's a fun during the research and then in <hes> april next year <hes> the second book in my berkeley disreputable debbie taught series <hes>. It's called how to catch an errand earl. It's coming. At least i on the twenty eight the viper. I think yeah slant just seen a draft cover for that and it's gorgeous about that too brilliant well. We can we find you online and have a look cover reveals in the other books that you've out yeah well. I've got my website which is any roy's bennett. Dot com sorry inclined final book stare and i'm on facebook and twitter and good grades and i have amazon is on overpaid so the usual places you you find office hanging out there brilliant well. Thank you so much for joining me today and <hes> hopefully we haven't had you too many technical on <hes> the yeah. I really appreciate your time..

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"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

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13:08 min | 1 year ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

"The shy and i'll see you next week and welcome to write with love today on the show on jetting to amy rights bennett inch. Thanks for joining me today. Thank you for helping me no worries up wanted you on the show for a long time and finally managed to nihil you down uh-huh i would like to tell us about yourself and your jany two publications so far or at always well. I might just start off with the basics. I've been happily married for twenty six years and i have <hes> my husband i have two daughters who are all grown growing up and have left harms empty nester as of a couple of weeks ago <hes> what else about me for took about writing up to cook love to travel i love to tomato and obese lay by books so tell us about when you face started in writing and became a couple stools is well. I am i right story romance and that's always been a <unk> since o.'s very young <hes>. I'd i read jane when i was in primary school and i think i understood half of it that from that point on. I just knew that that's what i wanted to do but it took me quite a few years actually to to knuckle down and actually i put is to the grindstone and actually get my facebook greeson. Sorry i yeah i i was a speech pathologist for twenty years and had my family and then in two thousand twelve. I decided routes. I started about eight years before dash. I'd written a couple of chapters go. I'm just gonna rot his book so took six months so of speech pathologist and the spoken to the end abed it was november two thousand twelve and i just went. What do do i do next like. I have no idea about publishing. I don't know who to submit it to sir. I joined by matt scott as a stray and <hes> i think it was about a week lifted guard it into the emerald award for unpublished manuscripts. Sorry i i joined. I entered and volunteer at came second so that was cold. <hes> at the time capturing the master strapping so it's a scottish <hes> jacobite rebellion roy mats it like atlanta. <hes> is our time travel but it's the same period of history and <hes> get it just been working on my my riding my craft since <hes> that i sort of went through rounds of mesa meeting pitching at the next few years got rejected addicted about two times but wouldn't get up in the meantime i will serve started writing some of the uk's and <hes> in two thousand and fourteen <hes> my fist regency romance cold <hes> lady beecham's proposal <hes> it got picked up by a small press so that's why i became officially published yeah and then maastricht benefits lego picked up my skate publishing in two thousand and victim and came out in two thousand sixteen so yeah i write regency and scottish historic calls and i'm a hybrid published author sir. You're off to mindy publish titles and done traditionally published as well so what was it. They pulled you into writing historic. Who's not quite contain pareo spoon this. It's fascinating may i didn't i just as i mentioned since childhood. I always loved <hes> story said in the past. I studied history at high school and i i just <hes> for me. That's my fantasy world. Yeah <hes> it's it's not like the every day and and i particularly loved the the regency area eero because of <hes> all the <hes> well the fashions like i love the clothes at the women wear you know the minute the sexy britches i. I love that they was <hes>. That was the you know. The polio wars were happening. There's a lot of social change <hes> and it was also a period buried where people started to able to marry for love not just <hes> the nobility. You know prior to that. It was very much about <hes> uh-huh marrying fool <hes> you know improving your family's most in life third marrying film condition and for money and that was still important than but he could actually mary flow as well sorry that intrigues me yeah yeah. That's cool so <hes> yeah we talk about how you traditionally end indie self-published and you've got about full series on the go at the moment say that rescue ask you pretty busy. Oh yes it does and i feel a little bit guilty. Some of my m my readers who have been waiting for so the next book to come out in one particular series <hes> yeah because i'm i'm sort of divided. I am yes. I am had them sort of coming. Juden dreads at the moment that's going to be on break defied steering bit tom yeah i've got my schedulers regency. Would i series which is so published goes. <hes> lady beecham's proposal and the ice touches <hes> <hes> they've been out for a few years now but i'm working on the third book sorry <hes> <hes> that will be coming out mixture <hes> by got some self published roxy regency novellas or if you like books on the spicy assigned went <hes> yeah there's an improper proposition improper governors and they had to say this and then <hes> yeah. I've got my traditionally published books. I got two titles with skype. Publishing which <hes> monster stretch ends in two thousand eighteen ahead on the laid back book come out and then i've also got <hes> a three book series coming out. We beckley sexually fist books. Come out <hes> it's cold had to catch a viscount and yet it's it's. It's a regency series. You know luckily can you. Can you tell us a little bit more about that so we can <hes> we can ghetto canes. Go out and buy weekly sorry. All this series is the fifth spoke in a series. It's called the disreputable debutante. Sorry it's about the group of young women who <hes> at the beginning of the book the first book they're attending a young ladies academy and and <hes> they decide to have. I guess it's a modern day equivalent of adorn party. Sorry they <hes> <hes> a drinking some brandy and smoking working cigarette lawyers and looking at <hes> account of another word for it pictures books because one of the friends decides that they they need to know what been really like walks and that he will be naive when they going into the to the marriage mile an each night walked like hells roles and and made at the time of probably looking for sorry <hes> yet i get sprung and then they get expelled sorry they've got these ruined reputation and so they have to think of other ways <hes> about how they going to to fund they love matches because they went beating invited to balls anymore and of yes i basically series flory's <hes> the journeys of of each of my heroines in the first book the heroine's dinosaur she right swell and she's a m quite a shy young woman <hes> families in a bit of financial straits and there's a lot a lot of pressure from the family to make a good marriage <hes> so they don't lose their family property <hes> and her stepfather's pressuring her to marry a a <hes> a naive but that here's a dictator. Sorry is really important for her to to get out of that situation <hes> and complicating that is she's got. I am a huge crush on her friend's older brother so he's the wicked viscounts so he's the hero story and <hes> yes focuses is on sophie and night <hes> friend's older brother and how they find the heck neighbor after lonzo my couch torreta its recently ed released so it's everywhere and pay for that and book. Yes yes and it's also going to be all is outing audiard's. Sorry that's familiar exhausting. Sorry thrilled about this this booking audio congratulations. She's into audio so yea now. I you have written <hes> they scottish historical as well and <hes> i recently come back from scotland and i'm about to write my very faced historical remains and this is basically the fittest time i'm admitting to this. This is put gas in the may. It's a i'm a huge fan. Ainley speed my spare time. We're outlay was trying to find. Jamie didn't find him but i i would love to talk to you about doing the research and stuff like i was there in my family is from scotland and i did visit my families the council glare gareth akasa which was stunning <hes> but i'm still very early days in writing this writing this historic remain so tell tell me about your crisis in your racers like. Did you have to do a whole bunch in the beginning and now you kind of know so much say you're not having to do as much research such make like that. I've been reading <hes> strand historic romance years and years. I mean that's it's my go-to genre. I'd i'd a little bit of contemporary and and crime suspense fiction but most of what i read is <hes> historical riots are <hes> you know <hes> <hes> absorbed a loss of he straight and and i guess would have a bit of word culture of the time. The periods are rushing but that's not to say. I'm not learning new things all the time light. Whenever i sit down to sit down to write a book <hes> i'm very much a plotter out <hes> yet if they say issue with <hes> an inheritance <hes> <hes> <hes> if there's <hes> by scottish story calls you know i had to know a fair bit about the jacobite rebellion and the battle of claudia in and <hes> yellow read up on those particular on topics <hes> this all sorry. I'm a a lot that's <hes> i yeah i make sure i'm correct with the <hes> the language that i use are <hes> historic story cool <hes> romance fans of a very savvy about how people spoke back then are i'm always looking at the dictionary okay and um resources like the on land online etymology dictionary gosh that's had to say to to check the phrases in the words that i'm using <hes> where actually used used time in an anachronistic <hes> yet you don't want your language to sound to motor and <hes> yeah that's something that i'm always doing yeah and yet researching researching the fashions of the time <hes> the the social moi's <hes> titles can be a on quite tricky tongs of the nobility. 'cause i rise <hes> about the aristocracy <hes> yeah you there are so many things that <hes> that you do need to shake like even now on a double check with toddlers. Write my books <hes> but i love doing it or yeah. Ah i read signs at least some particular websites that you found actually accurate eight a good places for people to go to when they went awry historical..

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"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

"Team. I fist is my latest. Multi author boxed set from serenade publishing. This time of teamed up with fellow ozzy's lisa by is seems been set in cities and kiss the digital. Only boxy is available on all the platforms including epochs google play code by amazon one of the other awesome platforms. It's only nine thousand nine scenes and we'll be available for a limited time. If you love australian rural rimington's than you will love these is fooling. Were all stories. My base selling novel the sky. I've amrried station is included in the same. I have eh one spot left on my new russia's trace which spang held on the beach from the eighteenth to the twenty first of october. You can stay the whole weekend or visit for life. You like will the infos on my website in september miles pohlad nyah doing some book signings signings in workshops around brisbane and the gold coast. The date house is also on my website and spots are filling up really quick said and now shout shout out to jody. Gibson has just become a go patron supporter of the shy j._d. Is the debut author of the memories we hide dealing with complexities friendships love depression and the consequences of sacred and split-second decisions the memories we hide as a compelling story exploring memories convoys be trusted but how they cancel you free that's available everywhere now and if you're an author who would like to sponsor all get a shoutout on the shy seemed email to me sarah at serenade publishing dot com we'll we'll become a patron at patriotair dot com forward slash sarah williams author for more information right. It's time for the interview today on talking <unk> old things regency and scottish historical with the very busy amy rose peanut enjoy the.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

Write with Love

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Write with Love

"I attended the roy means writers of america national conference in new york city. It was is incredible. I sat in on some great workshops and listen to some very talented o._j.'s. I also had some networking events and meetings to eighteen and i'm thrilled to to say i have some big names agreed to come on the shy. I'm sitting up how chat so you'll have to stay tuned for those after that. My husband and i flew across to the the u._k. Because really when you flown that far what's a few more hours. Plus kids had a great city looking after them. We had a couple of days site saying staying in london then it was off to scotland where we visited everything and anything to do with harry potter and atlanta. Yes we saw lally brock in in castle yoke. She's ticket my social media for lots of fighters including may trying to get through the standings stein's of course we also visited colombian which was initial official for me is my a._n._c. is out there and i saw the exact spot where they fell of course. It wasn't all fun. We actually did a heck of a lot of research while in scotland i've had a historic who saga growing in the back of my mind and being there really inspired me so i've come back with pages with of nights and people i can contact with with more questions later. I do have at least three move oaks to finish before i officially started this so don't get too excited. Theo is in full plane rides likes. I touched down and melvin and dive straightened to the romance writers of stralia. Its annual conference. I presented into the workshop on podcasting in the pros and cons of doing it then. I was on a panel chatting about oceana at streams of income which was really interesting. Then i got back recovered from j. leg and has spent the last two weeks in recording studio with my audio book narrator miles pilot recording the next to me thirty eight books in the breakfast station series now editing audio fouls for those two books the sky brady association and the legacies of brigadier station and so they should be out in about a month. Oh say maine while i just put up the priroda for christmas at brigadier station which will release on november. Twenty-seventh is a print aimed apec. You can preorder that online now also out in a book on team..

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Destin Daniel Cretton to Direct Asian-American Superhero Movie Based on Shang-Chi Character for Marvel Studios

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

Destin Daniel Cretton to Direct Asian-American Superhero Movie Based on Shang-Chi Character for Marvel Studios

"News broke on the Hollywood reporter that destined. Daniel Cretin has signed on to direct Marvel's Shanxi movie. Which will Mark the studios very first superhero film with an Asian lead? So word of this project for surface back in September along with the news that marvel was going to fasttrack it, and they also tapped at that point writers penned the screenplay at that time. It was reported that marvel was looking towards Black Panther a little bit of a guide and a model just in terms of hiring Asian or or an Asian American director to helm this one other directors that were in the running included Justin tipping, Alan Yang and Deborah Chow. But of course, Cretin is the one that landed this gig. So from this point on marvel is looking to assemble a largely Asian American and Asian cast for the film. So hopefully, we get a lot more news on this very soon. But right now focusing on the director, Amy rose, what do you think? About destined getting this gig. I think it's a great choice short-term twelve most people didn't really know about Brielle arson before the room, but this was the little gem, and there's kind of something around the internet floating around that like this was like the magic well short term twelve because everyone who was in this movie, this has been a launch pad for a lot of success, and it's just such a talented cast, and he's an amazing director. And like it's about time. I feel like a rook a broken record talking about representation being so important in media. But it really is. And you know, I'm finally pursuing my dream of directing. But I didn't have a lot of role models growing up and that right there because there were probably ten I could count on my fingers female directors. And it's the same thing with having an all Asian cast Asian director with this property who's going to know the property better. So think it's a great choice. He has a lot of talent. And I'm glad that marvel and Holywood is still slow to change. But I'm glad that they are finally showing a little bit more

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"I don't know i think there is a way to do that with great love and i think that's how i try to edit is to pick up on that thing but pick up on it with leg immense love and care and say how do you feel about that and how can we do acquire which was a different relationship when you're editing is but there's a typically the points where i feel the most kindness of mike i feel they're the most transition i i dunno i think that those are lovely and yet i get that it's i'm gonna have to think about this this is very cool innkeeper time you know and i think that's so that's like i wish everyone had your understanding your level of emotional capacity for the work that they're dealing with not everyone in my experiences so gentle matt saw if you can't see physical features he pick up on on a personal funds like the hour the power of podcasting so so where can our listeners find you all night i mean you can always check out in years ago that car on twitter i'm at emu rosary a dj made that for me at five am at nineteen is an editor at the time was gutted gotta you gotta go twitter it was like i do rather got friday i amy rosary at sweater and then my instagram is very much so mm thanks for listening now is a bureau spiegel's episode of writers you know right you can find her onlineeight bureaux spiegelcom that's a amnuay ros e s p ieg foul or any rosary on twitter you can find us onlinewwwpodcastscom or at the pod guam rentcomwriters who don't right i can find us on twitter at www podcast ross on facebook and instagram more or less the same handles for each please share the show we don't do any kind of advertising you don't pay for anything we don't you know market or do any pr anything so the only way that we have grown the show is for you to share with your friends i that you think might enjoy it you can also it reviewed the show on apple podcast or wherever else you listen to podcasts at eat the music the you heard of the top in the bottom of the hour is from brian dan of holland patten public library p is amazing you should check.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Yeah yeah what works of our little different and that they can be just a number of things enough uh in voice of our voices distinct as well as a pariah as it solely visual i rely on why sufferers okay i rely on places in china and clothing so voices yes so if i if i see you liquid said that i knew huge here on and youtube came up to one st and we mentioned really well i will try to get you talking i would say oh my god it's so good to see you it's so good to see your havi ban how's your day and would speak and tell me a little bit and then there would now i just try to get been talking mm so this this brings a whole new meaning to some of the stuff era near book so i mean all of it still applies without you know any of this situational that stuff going on but but this also like brings like another layer to that well i think it's a gift honestly like i am very lucky to have a because it's made me i don't know do you ever think about like the way that you can separate pathology from personality or vice versa lethal eat care i don't know if this is what fed this i don't know flake it is then i just know that they're part of me both and and i can't say one is there's a cousin ali there i'm just happy with that i'm just happy with worked out that way.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"You know here and there i do a beauty conference of all have done a longstanding number i started buzzfeed speedy coverage i have always felt really confident in lake putting on makeup because they know what it's like to fill in the blanks and that's all that i'm doing when i put on makeup i just wanna know what i look like to some extent i mean these are all incredible details i this is this is the moment where i want to repeat back like i want to live inside your brain for that moment i read so i read that well i mean i'll send you a send you the essay it's uh it goes into a lot of things i mean let me pull it up it's it's it's all written it's called of course how do i look dog but it's about also like it's about other famous pasifik news acts like chuck close the visual artists to draw faces an photographs of in order to see them um jane goodall as one and she always says here's her thing about it she says which is the thing that i adopted when i read her i've read her sar memoir something she said i usually make up for it by pretending directing as everybody and then if they say but we haven't met before i say will you look just like somebody i know you have to do something but there's nothing you can do about it you have to do something but there's nothing you can do about it is is the way that's that's it so you just try to be polite because it's not on other people that like you can't see their face you just have to make them feel okay or a lake suit every every place every face that aziz blank every everything is under his new yes well no it's all its it dishes not which is cool because them just everyone's hot but.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Yeah i mean like i've had i've been able to talk about it with some people they i had this one fiancee my second fiancee i ask a question that no one could have asked me because i hadn't really told anyone about this and he said wait we we we we draw the way that you look the way that you think the look which is what i do every day when i put on makeup look i dyed my hair bleach blond i put on fake eyelashes i do focus of makeup every day so i can it's like a paid by numbers again each of somehow how i look great but he he asked me to just like draw hardluck deny dead it was like he now one and we're here and i showed him when it came up with fell out laughing not an immediate and he and i was like well what does it look like what a and he went you look like the face on mars with ramones harry so the face on mars is like this one particular cleaner on mars and it it looks like a face and i had drawn like joey ramone hair on it but the best part will and i was like oh my god like yeah that he should me the crater and was a gad's case but the best part was a year later i was like reading on the couch fee in some other guys fees in his feet remind i was reading spend lerner about called on four and he taught sitting on medina that bag i have ready yet but it certainly does so wonderful you'll see this so that book includes a apart that is about being editor being oppressive pick nosaka face blind person and he says the features de materialize into an effect and it's like being able to pick out certain parts of the sentence in certain parts of like the overall paragraph and seeing the features as the broader it gets like a kind of and unamir and then he includes he incorporate leak he puts in line a picture.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Cable or are they at the bar in that case it was a he and we were adding nightclub look this huge as was an opening of efficiently party and so it's just it's a lot of leg tall handsome brownhaired dudes lying around you noting the yin and hadn't been dating rail and i think it than like a month and so i didn't really have and he's very i dunno luke there are a lot of attractive brownhaired people they're what am i going to do with that so he said that had like rushed possum leg not seeing him and huge nobakht as soon as a really offended but you know what am i gonna do you you you said that you already had like this story written and ready to go yeah and so i mean why why is that something that you can't really put out there while because people i dunno i feel like i feel like no one would the main thing with this is like a not wanting to make people feel uncomfortable insignificant and also like it's just i don't know it's it's it's typical it's difficult and i'm talking about all of this in it but it's just stringing shia you do you think that people can like benefit from reading something like this so no no it's like my apology had the whole world ray right yes absolutely because i think this is uh i think so the underlying assumption here is that no one will believe you but i believe you i mean not at the very least because you're here talking to us about it and it seems like something that you're struggling with but also because it seems entirely possible and like it would be devastating to have well.

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"I can like contextualize you with what will now but yeah so i can't i can't see people's faces but i think that people don't believe that at all no how does effect linked the way that you for example writing in the way that you describe peoples features was so what am i mentioned his that i can at what i have to do is like pinpoint a feature mmhmm um so i get to know them really well through like one part of their face or affect uh and then if that changes like are on there were at the time that young best friend was waiting hot over liquor dyed hair and i couldn't recognize a move assertively four years suicides so it but like it it's it's also because it sounds like some fucking new york excuse rate of like oh sorry was on important today um but no leak that's what it is and what it too i have i have a conditioners called faced by rival you try that do trafficking explaining that into a ever the bar come on any that i'm still trying to grapple with the fact that it's even possible because so much of daily interaction is based on recognition you find ways you find it a race while i was just trying to like i was working backwards through the last three hours of my life and if i had like a minute to minute just walking by people in how it the office rare work i wouldn't be able to to confidently interact with no that it's actually different like if it's it contains place like hallway at the office at work like he kind of no here going to see a seeping whole is the blind you can tell the presidency locks the shuttle you know what i mean but let's let's say that person comes up to six hours later off of your subway stop at home i would not be able to do that i would not be will place that person will let's talk about the date example where you you go out to smoke a cigarette and you go back to find your date is he sitting at a table or i'm sorry is he or she sitting at a time.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Yeah and i see anis now what i try to encourage raiders who who my at it like i i want them to do bought because the last thing i wanted to do as for anybody to fall into look a magazine boys who like a certain motive speaking i want it to feel like you are telling me a story as you would tell it to me from sitting in front of you so i had really smart editors who brought la me and luckily the now didn't try to tap the down and i don't know that i could have i look i don't know that i ever could have written in other way i don't know the can i so often try to do a professional or formal and it just doesn't work it doesn't ring true um so i guess like that it's not a developmenets chefs the one thing i will say about this is that when you develop a certain boys or you have a certain boyce there comes this weird internal pressure for me that goes okay ready emmy rose voice and whenever i catch myself doing that i i try to bucket as best they can why is because you in doing in in that act he won't actually right like yourself yeah because i think that's false rao changing all the time and so there's no such thing as a numerous ways there's just me writing how does so how does that come through in the editing process when you're going back through in revisiting the work that you've done what are you looking to change in it i'm not looking to change at one what i'm looking back because i wrote what i had to ride at each particular indiscreet tunnel at to right up but if i'm writing and i noticed myself trying to fall into like the same leg jovial are slangy pattern just because it sounds like me that's a huge problem and so i have to like take a break and smoke a cigarette and refrain to take a walk yeah of course sticking walks is the only leader we you i know you start it's an i didn't notice before but you started writing for rookie when you were nineteen but.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"So yeah i mean the aide met with random house and i got to meet him which is the best thing ever sold its you grand central ultimately and then yeah ready to make a year and a half so it's interesting because i mean this makes lummer cents now because i didn't realize that you were getting like all of the uh the advice cone submissions in in questions director in bucks because this this book really does read like advice to uh you know there's a hundred different answers are thousand different answers to a bunch of questions that you know some people might not even know that they have end and i i dug ac into like all of your your older reading online everything in in a lot of your writing was very similar to that i have had de immense privilege of getting to now people as they're getting to know them solace at younger ages on you doing that you have to be really cognizant of all the different ways that could go and i don't know i phil share of my own life to ulan that's just like a very basic tenet of respecting huballah so feel very lucky to help i mean you're just like this open seoul where you're you're looking for ways to make everybody happy based in the book use this example of one of your friends who complemented you because he was visiting all of his old oldest friends and you were the only one that actually asked about how he was doing cared so like how do you implement that in your writing when it it so it's like so direct and you're talking to other people is there a way that you're able to engage them.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Uh from teenagers in people in our 20s and that men a wild anthropological look at the what people wanted to be told was okay and i had always said to myself that i would never it about sacks but when i looked at the way is that people had questions that they really wanted to feel safe about in terms of things a gender in consent i felt equipped to deal with that and so i when i was twenty three might create a partner and dream agent dan tertia at icm contacted me after there was this new york times i think sunday styles feature about rookie in about me as an editor and we got together it was like he's may create a partner throughout love the span and we really figured it out together and i just i was like what about a book that citizen who is a kia but what about this thing the also do really law in a focused way and so we sold the book when i was twenty three it at twenty four nights when i was also editing rookie all day every day and fronting enormous i and freelancing and yet came out last year when i was 25 selling it was really interesting because it got to hero his name is andy ward do you know our don't actually andy word is the nonfiction editor random house previously yeah previously i believe was the either who's a gq and details when that was a thing but this man is the best editor you could ever imagine i used to listen to his long form hot podcast notes by hand about how well he thought about at a day.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"But i wanted this thing i wanted suddenly i was the insatiably curious about the people that i admired so i went home and maybe 50 people a note saying i'm starting this i i had five people on the first day they were myself the writer jesse miller gordon my friend julian escobedo shepard who is here with me ratings and eight outside jia tolentino and the last one was jennies of the recent books our heart and it was on that it's a it's a pretty pretty powerful starting set yes so that's where we started and we started on valentine's day into those imports in and we publish on that monday and then i had intended from there to published two a day but it snowballed for the next few years analyst publishing like five six seven from writers that i'd dorde i was really lucky to have gotten that kind of insight i think it's a great document and i'm really lucky to had that idea and to have people gears up septa i wanted to back up to back to just from it your career and how his did the one connection i wanted to hear you describe was how you went from uh the just the shearman of journalism that you had been writing to turning it into action like how did it how did the the idea for the book come about how did the selling process work out um how did it all happened well there are a few signs of seles so the first time i was first fi well it all comes back turkey when i was ninety in rookie launched and on its launch day rookie is the website for teenage all started by topic evanson in case the fbi announcing doesn't now it's really great at the time that it launched eva's nineteen and i had submitted this essay about the smith's and teeshirts way before it launched and i got an la back like eight months later after having had the pitch.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Oh i see that we are all kinds of really dum story but now you want slow yours it got an empty this but his faces so red okay efforts yet i mean that particular instance at i believe in this is not something that i wanted to do right now but it but i will because you know um so i think the story i told that particular days about i a condition that i have called trick attila mania i have to do you have the calling me here the whole time we've been talking really okay old so it that is a i mean as you just said basically you know whenever i'm stressed out earlier you know something going on i will basically just like pull it my hair sometimes it pull it out sometimes it is play with it but over the years like there's been some very noticeable lake you know patches and various instances where like it becomes really clear that lake i i don't know people say like i'm pulling my hair out like i think this is where it comes from and i've got a very pointedly avoid talking about it always yeah so now i get that i mean not to talk about it now it's going to avoid at what i did for an entire summer was far like this one billy dope baseball cap i make acts like it was like a stylised declines but like what i wanted to do was like statments announcing that hair extensions about this because when you hair extensions and you're like a glamorous and beautiful lady than liquor here's tied up he can't do it yeah i mean so i of i've done the baseball had thing luke of tried putting table my fingers like you don't have done it all in the eighth on your fingers because then you can't do it hot but then i mean it allows for like a month and then i'll just go right back to it like you know it's it's one hundred percent related tells stressed the aim at that moment so like if work is busy or if i have like a bad relationship or something and then i'll just do more of it and then it becomes noticeable in and it's leg is snow licht the snowball effect you know it just click question click questioned when others since not true.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"It was the worst miss ignificant the point of his story was it's the first time i distinctly remember lying to my parents and the the sort of realization was that uh you know i think you spend most of early childhood or at least the part that i can remember clearly thinking your parents are infallible and know exactly what they're doing and no everything all the time and that was the first time like lying to them about that was the first time i realized hey maybe they don't know everything they can't see it all the time and they are kind of just taking my word for it on most things that's why i was a a distinct story that set out uh did you start lie on after that you know what i don't i i wouldn't trace it directly to that i guess caze shen is not cause aladi is that how that goes no that summary there is a definite relationship i don't know if it was the cause but it was definitely the beginning of my memory of lying okay it's as oscar wilde with said the decay of lying if we're going yes so if i'm going to be on a writing podcast i could you know getting some from weather of talking about oscar wilde right this is the safest place for drug drop all of your literary knowledge we want here we'll so emir issa it what do you right you know where do you ray wait wait hold on all that we're not just going to gloss over the the story that you told ira or yeah i know i was going to say the same thing air um i i am committed.

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"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"amy rose" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"Session for all parties involved which you admittedly i've never done and it was kind of nice so thank you amy amy recipe goal who's the guest forgiving jeff his first taste of what i'm sure is nothing like therapy probably accurate savior as spiegel if you've never heard of her is a very talented writer who i came up through the ranks at rookie at buzzfeed at and is now the editor in chief of talk housemusic music which is a an online magazine i think it's just online on him i don't think it's print uh where musicians right about other musicians and artists as she also is the author of a book called action a book about sex and she is written in for the guardian vice all over the place you know just generally speaking she's just like a a really bright soul very talented writer and a great conversation list and that the risk of spoiling nothing because i really would like it if you listen to all of this deal listener i think we should just get right to the show titles get into it yeah so welcome amy rose how you doing i'm really welcomes for having me yeah of course so i think i was telling you before that we bring people onto the show to talk about the stories that they always struggle the i in also used like the guests that we've mayer is inspiration for collina and hopefully for all of our listeners.

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