To be a writer is one of the most rewarding occupations imaginable but the writer’s journey is tough – we need emotional resilience, courage, determination, and patience.
This podcast is to help writers on that journey – the inner journey, as we experience the highs and lows of a writer’s life together.
Each week I chat with a guest exploring the psychological, emotional, and spiritual journey they have experienced as a writer, the lessons they have learnt – and are continuing to learn.
As I talk to other writer’s and reflect on my own experience, I hope to discover how we might find abundance in our creative pursuits, achieving our goals the mindful way.
In this week’s episode, Laurence Anholt, award winning author, explores the relationship between fathers and sons, and shares some useful writing tips.
Laurence Anholt has been at the forefront of UK publishing for thirty years and consistently amongst 150 most borrowed authors from UK libraries across all genres.
His award-winning books span every age from baby board books, through to his adult crime series, The Mindful Detective.
In this episode Laurence talks about fathers and sons:
· How his father’s experience as a young man liberating Belson had a ripple effect on the generations that followed.
· How criticism is like weed-killer on the shoots of new life.
· Why we should embrace the light and shade in our lives.
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