A podcast for indie author moms, featuring and made by indie author moms.
It Never Hurts To Ask
In our first episode in the new format of 2 WMs just chatting about life and writing, Daphne and JR discuss what glorious things can happen when you dare to ask for what you want.
WML plans for 2020
What's coming in 2020 and a look back at 2019
Marla Holt and Knowing What's Possible
Did you meet all your goals this year? How do you know what you'll be able to do? In this interview, author of 4 and mother to 3 Marla Holt sheds some light on the importance of finishing what you start so that you know what's possible.
Jessica Wayne and Making A Career Shift
What happens when the career you planned for doesn't work out the way you expected? Jessica Wayne was set to make her life a military one, but is now at home full time with her kids and writing several series under 2 pen names. This is a super positive episode full of tons of great tips and ideas for indie author moms wondering how to fit everything in.
Magdalena Sabatino and Living a Creative Life
Do you need to pick just one passion? Magdalena Sabatino was focused on her poetry for awhile, but that doesn't mean it's the only thing she enjoys doing. Listen to her story of how she decided to publish her poetry and what her creative life looks like today.
Why We're Changing
Writer Mom Life Bonus Episode: Why We're Changing
After last episode's big announcement that we're shifting to a monthly format, here's a quick bonus episode to let you know WHY.
Don't worry, it's for a good reason (even if it is causing Daphne a bit of anxiety!).
Inspirational and practical!
If you are a mom and a self published author, this podcast will be perfect for you. It is full of inspiration but also filled with practical knowledge that will help you on your writing journey! It is so relatable. I look forward to each new episode.
I was easing back into my writing life after my first year home with my little one when I found this podcast. It has been so inspirational AND practical. I’ve found new resources and new ways of thinking about my writing life — as a mother and as someone interested in exploring more indie opportunities. I’m a poet who self-published a physical chapbook and traditionally published my second chapbook. This podcast has opened up my eyes to thinking about my writing life in a more entrepreneurial way. It has also made me think about & embrace what success looks and feels like to me, especially at this phase of my life when I’m raising a young child. Thank you WML!
Informative and down to earth
I really love these conversations. The guests share a wealth of information but also come across as relatable. Great for aspiring indie authors.