Episode 4.4: No Job To Quit? Starting Your Author Career as a Full-Time Parent

This week, we discuss what it’s really like to get started as an author when you’re a full time parent. We realise that not all writers are working towards quitting a job. You can never really quit parenthood so a certain set of skills are required to make it all work.

We get into the advantages and disadvantages of this route and cover some tips and tricks to balancing all the plates.

Listen on your favourite platform HERE.

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Rogue One by Serge Narcissoff | https://soundcloud.com/sergenarcissoff
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2 thoughts on “Episode 4.4: No Job To Quit? Starting Your Author Career as a Full-Time Parent

  1. I listened to this yesterday. I am in the retired category. I had a full career (two actually) before retiring to a rural farmstead.
    It was here I found the peace and the lack of distractions I needed too to start my first novel.
    Ten years and six books later, I still enjoy the quiet of retired life.
    My hat is off to the two of you. I can not imagine trying to write and raise a family at the same time.

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