Wait, what do you mean 'by writing'? Oh reader, you so crazy.
No! You spend your time thinking about writing! That's the ticket! At least two hours each day are spent visualizing an increasing word count, which typically leaves me so exhausted that I spend the rest of the day watching Netflix. When I can muster the energy I also do things like find podcasts that features two authors, who are friends, talking about pretty much whatever comes into their heads. Sometimes they even mention writing. Welcome to Lunch Box, featuring Ed and John.
LUNCH BOX is an episodic conversation about coarse dining, literature,
cultural amusements, and escaped zoo animals.
Ed Skoog's website, featuring the best WordPress background I have ever seen.
J. Robert Lennon's website
Hosts Ed Skoog and John Lennon have pulled up a third chair to the two-top table they've been sharing and invite you to sit down and listen in to their chats. These two gentlemen wish to relate to you the trials and tribulations of their day to day lives as authors, and will make sure to take plenty of tangents along the way.
Here are some things they've written that aren't podcasts!
[For those of you that Adblock my site and can't see the links: you're all bastards.]
Content Rating: Cleaner than some? From what I've listened to there isn't a massive amount of swearing, but I guess they could talk about butts and that might offend your delicate ears.
Average Episode Length: An hour with a few extra minutes sprinkled on top, just like grandma used to make.
Bonobos hate Jane Austen.
Drinking Game: Find one of the food items that are invariably discussed by the hosts. Then go get a beer and drink that while you eat the food and listen to the podcast again.
Release Schedule: According to the release dates on iTunes the episodes are released sporadically, usually within two-three weeks of that last.
Ed: I just changed the baby.
John: Into what?
Music: What might be the best podcast theme song I have ever heard. It fits the feel of the podcast perfectly, it's quick, it's adorable, and it has the podcast's title in it. Boom, all ya need.
John: What do the Scotts call mashed potatoes and mashed turnips? Tatties and tweeps, or something like that, tatties and neeps. Neeps and tatties!Ed: Is that true?John: Yeah, neeps and tatties with haggis.Ed: Is that true or is that just what they told you?John: No, it's actually printed on menus!Ed: You didn't ask a lot of questions and they just said this to dismiss you.John: They have special menus printed for the American to seem more regional.