Award-winning blogger Aussa Lorens talks about her crazy family (which puts your crazy family to shame), her crazy exes (way crazier than your exes), and how thankful she is that her co-workers don’t realize she writes a blog. Read Aussa Lorens here!
D.J. turns over the show to Ellen Williams and Erin Dymowski of Sisterhood of the Sensible Moms who ask me about my favorite subject – me. Come see the three of us at BlogU where we’re presenting a session on how and why you need to podcast. Listen to their podcast here!
Sarah Fader reads from her newest book 3 Year Olds Are Assholes and also discusses how her website and passion project StigmaFighters is changing the way we look at mental illness. We yenta it up for about an hour!
Una LaMarche talks about being fired for her blog once, almost getting fired a second time over Mini-Me, and how she went from freelancer and blogger to full-time author. Her newest memoir Unabrow is available here. The cover alone is worth your money. I mean, Catcher in the Rye doesn’t even have a cover. Booooooring!
Alyson Herzig of the immensely successful humor blog The Shitastrophy talks how though hard work she made her dream of being a published author a reality. Buy Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor now!
If you’re not attending blog conferences and you blog, Nicole Leigh Shaw is about to change your mind. In it we discuss her conference BlogU and why you should attend this summer. Also, she’s a great writer and talks about getting published online and in anthologies. Read her blog here!
Blogger and author Kate Hall talks about her new book, how she got it done in two months, and how she built up a base of over 30k followers for her hilarious blog. Go buy her book now! -> http://djp3.me/hall
Heidi Cave spends an hour discussing losing her legs in a horrific car accident, why it’s okay to want to be pretty, and how she made the decision to stay alive. A true inspiration.
M. Elizabeth Evans talks about marrying into an Italian family while living in Florence, the gratitude she has that the in-laws don’t read her blog, and reverse-culture shock visiting the US.
Kim Bongiorno, blogger, author, and speaker talks to us about writing personal stories and non-fiction, getting published, what it takes to be a successful blogger, and why children should refer to their parents’ friends as Mr. and Mrs.