WRITING

P.J. Pacifico Talks Music, Songwriting and Television, and The Power of Creative Shifts, Plus Documentary Filmmaker Chris Hudson Zooms In On The Andy Griffith Show – Episode 554

Singer and songwriter P.J. Pacifico joins Nancy to talk about his music journey, writing music for television, performing, and returning to his solo roots with “Every Little Heartbreak.” P.J. and Nancy also discuss the process of writing for others and its positive impact on developing skillsets. Plus, Chris Hudson discusses his documentary The Mayberry Effect.

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Samantha Strauss Talks Television Writing, Her Showtime Series ‘The End’, and Tips for Writers, Plus Cathy Sikorski on Elder Law and Family Conversations – Episode 551

Television and film writer Samantha Strauss joins Nancy to discuss her writing career, the backstory and inspiration behind the new Showtime series ‘The End’, and the power of television in creating important conversations. In the second segment, author and elder law attorney Cathy Sikorski talks about important family and legal discussions and her upcoming book.

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Peter Mehlman Talks Seinfeld, Novels, and Double-Dipping, Plus The Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum’s Phil Sklar – Episode 544

Peter Mehlman joins Nancy to discuss his career from journalist to longtime writer and producer of ‘Seinfeld’, the unique writing experience, the story behind George’s double-dipping episode, and the popularity of “Yada Yada Yada.” Plus, Peter talks about writing beyond ‘Seinfeld’, his novel #MeAsWell, comedy and creativity, and advice for writers. In the second segment, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum’s Phil Sklar…

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Peggy Rowe Talks Writing, Inspiration, Family and Bestsellers, Plus Mark Bego on Creative Strategy and Tackling Writers’ Block – Episode 532

Writer and humorist Peggy Rowe joins Nancy to discuss her latest New York Times Bestseller ‘About Your Father And Other Celebrities I Have Known’, writing inspiration, creative productivity, family influences, and how fans of her son Mike Rowe (‘Dirty Jobs’) got a glimpse of her humor and helped push her to write even more. Plus, writing strategy with Mark Bego.

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