On episode 17 of the WRITER 2.0 Podcast I speak with Emerging Writers Halie Fewkes and Emma Scott.
Halie and I discuss:
- what happens after you win a prestigious writing contest;
- what life is like after getting an agent;
- her young adult project, THE TALLY.
And Emma and I speak about:
- her debut novel, LOVE BEYOND WORDS;
- “heat levels” and how to deal with sex scenes in fiction;
- cyber bullying.
Plus, on Today in Writing: Herman Hesse wins the Nobel Prize. And a special segment from Erika Mitchell: Stephen King’s rise to fame.
About Our Guests:
Halie Fewkes comes from Kalama Washington, a small everybody knows everybody kind of town. She left Kalama to pursue a degree in Marketing at Washington State University and even got the chance to study abroad in Scotland. She now works as a personal banker in the Seattle area and in her spare time enjoys reading, writing, running marathons, and animating video games. Halie won the 2013 PNWA literary competition and is now represented by Katie Reed of the Andrea Hearst agency.[dt_divider style=”thin” /]
Emma Scott lives in the California Bay Area with her husband and two little girls who inspire and courage her. A geek and proud of it, she owns every single Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle comic book and has seen Star Wars more times than she can count. Her debut novel, LOVE BEYOND WORDS, came out in October 2014.