My guest today is Karin Freeland, who is a life coach and the author of The Ins and Outs of My Vagina: A Penetrating Memoir.
My guest on this episode is Miracle Sims. She’s a busy and creative person, but our discussion focused on religion generally, and on her podcast God, Sex, and Love. Miracle has published several books, including her very open memoir about single life as a Christian, The Cultivation Period: A Single Christian Journey. She has an associate’s degree in theatre from Gordon College, and in addition to being a writer, she is also an actor, singer, and songwriter. She was a genuine pleasure to talk to—smart, funny, and open—and we proved that a Christian and an atheist can in fact have a civilized conversation.
This episode of Editing Writing consists of an interview I did with Lindsay Lees. Lindsay is originally from Los Angeles, but grew up in both the US and the UK. She has a BA from Manchester Metropolitan University and a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from the California College of the Arts. Her debut novel is called The Willing, and is available in paperback and kindle formats on Amazon. We had a really interesting chat about literary technique and dystopia.
Wayne uses examples from fiction and from film to talk about the 4 (or 5) different ways in which sex scenes are done: