1 hr 6 min

Episode 59: Tasha L. Harrison Marginally | a podcast about writing, work, and friendship

Today’s episode is a wide-ranging conversation with the hilarious, gracious, and brilliant Tasha L. Harrison, romance and erotica author, freelance editor, and a creative entrepreneur dedicated to helping new and aspiring word makers become authors. This recording is actually take 2 – our first conversation was sacrificed to the technology gods last week, so we’re extra grateful to Tasha. You can find her at tashalharrison.com, or on Twitter and Instagram@tashalharrison
We talk stationery and planners, writing romance, what it’s like to write while working as an editor, the barriers to writers of color in traditional publishing, the realities of self-publishing, the money (or lack of) in self-publishing, gaming Amazon, planning a story, how to get past the 26,000-word wall, defining writing, going full-time, Buzzfeed layoffs, jealousy, working with agents, writing backwards, Caroline Donahue and The Secret Library podcast, cross-pollination, and how your day job helps your creativity. Whew! I think that’s it.
As always, we'd love for you to take a minute to rate and review usin your podcast app, as this helps other listeners find the show. 
Visit our website, marginallypodcast.com, for complete show notes and to get in touch.
Find us on Instagram @marginallypodcastor Facebook. Meghan's on Twitter @meghanembee, and Olivia’s @roamingoliviaTheme music is "It's Time" by Scaricá Ricascá 

Today’s episode is a wide-ranging conversation with the hilarious, gracious, and brilliant Tasha L. Harrison, romance and erotica author, freelance editor, and a creative entrepreneur dedicated to helping new and aspiring word makers become authors. This recording is actually take 2 – our first conversation was sacrificed to the technology gods last week, so we’re extra grateful to Tasha. You can find her at tashalharrison.com, or on Twitter and Instagram@tashalharrison
We talk stationery and planners, writing romance, what it’s like to write while working as an editor, the barriers to writers of color in traditional publishing, the realities of self-publishing, the money (or lack of) in self-publishing, gaming Amazon, planning a story, how to get past the 26,000-word wall, defining writing, going full-time, Buzzfeed layoffs, jealousy, working with agents, writing backwards, Caroline Donahue and The Secret Library podcast, cross-pollination, and how your day job helps your creativity. Whew! I think that’s it.
As always, we'd love for you to take a minute to rate and review usin your podcast app, as this helps other listeners find the show. 
Visit our website, marginallypodcast.com, for complete show notes and to get in touch.
Find us on Instagram @marginallypodcastor Facebook. Meghan's on Twitter @meghanembee, and Olivia’s @roamingoliviaTheme music is "It's Time" by Scaricá Ricascá 

1 hr 6 min