21 episodes

Conversations on creative living.

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Conversations on creative living.

    #21 - Rejection

    #21 - Rejection

    Mike and Elizabeth return with a comic take on something all creative people must face—rejection.
    In this brilliant, insightful and transformational conversation, the two sages draw on their own life
    experiences, and those of famous creatives. They even discuss what it's like to be a redhead in this
    cold and unforgiving world. 

    • 49 min
    #20 - Tara. J. Stone

    #20 - Tara. J. Stone

    Tara started writing fiction when she was in first grade, but she didn’t discover the thrill of screenwriting until she studied Communications Media at John Paul the Great Catholic University. Screenplays are her favorite way to tell stories. After successfully self-publishing two screenplays as paperbacks and ebooks, she partnered with two of her former film professors to create Story Masters Film Academy.

    Tara resides in Colorado, and in 2016, she became a Consecrated Virgin Living in the World in the Diocese of Colorado Springs. In addition to making things up and writing them down, Tara enjoys praying, hiking (definitely not running), going to the symphony (especially movies at the symphony), discovering new craft brews, and spending time with family and friends.

    • 53 min
    Love and Art (Valentine's day special)

    Love and Art (Valentine's day special)

    In this special episode, Mike and Elizabeth discuss one of the two great themes of art: Love!
    That's right, it's all you need.
    Love, love, love. 

    • 54 min
    #18 - Yvette Keller, Audio Book Voice Artist

    #18 - Yvette Keller, Audio Book Voice Artist

    Yvette Keller is an audio book voice artist, and the voice behind the popular Viola Roberts Cozy Mystery Series.
    She is also a Douglas Adams super-fan, and author of the upcoming book Forty Two Places, which takes the reader on a journey through forty two earth locations found in The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Fans of Adams will no doubt get the reference. And also... it's been forty two years since this classic book was published. Did we mention Yvette is a bestselling audiobook artist?
    You should really listen to this interview. 

    Check out her work at: 

    www.yvettekeller.com (For everything) 

    www.fortytwoplaces.com (For the Douglas Adams work) 

    https://yvettekeller.com/love-audiobooks/ (For audiobooks) 

    • 58 min
    #17 - New Year's Resolutions and Writing

    #17 - New Year's Resolutions and Writing

    Mike and Elizabeth reflect on this uniquely unique new year's moment.
    The two sages unravel the mysteries of writing, motivation, vague vs specific goals
    (and the benefits and pitfalls of each); they talk about plans that have failed and plans
    that have worked.
    As always, this episode comes with a double your money back guarantee.
    Listen now for FREE!

    • 44 min
    #16 - Hanneke Mackie

    #16 - Hanneke Mackie

    Hanneke Mackie, a proudly South African woman, is the Founder and Managing Director of Buzz. She is a self-proclaimed: ‘child-whisperer’ and has managed to combine her love for children and the performing arts and gave birth to her life’s dream and passion: Buzz!

    In this interview we talk about Hanneke's journey from drama student to business tycoon, and what it takes
    to turn a creative dream into a sustainable reality.
    We speak about what children learn from engaging with arts and drama, and what we (as adults) can learn from
    kids.
    For this and much more, listen now! 



    Check out the Buzz website here: 



    https://buzzdrama.com/

    • 1 hr 2 min

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