Barnaby Taylor – How Do You Write Episode 4

 

In this episode I discuss the origins of the VIRO series and describe the central character Jake.

If you would like to join me on my publishing journey then please like my videos and subscribe to my YouTube channel.

You can also subscribe to my blog where I discuss my writing journey and publish writing excerpts – http://www.falconboy.ie

You can also follow me on Twitter @BarnabyFTaylor

Books One and Two in the VIRO series are currently available in paperback and for download at the following links:

bit.ly/VIRO1

bit.ly/VIROBOOK1

bit.ly/VIROROCKS

bit.ly/VIRO2UK

bit.ly/VIRO2US

bit.ly/VIRO2SMASH

Verified Amazon Reviews for VIRO

‘I absolutely loved this book. Powerful and poignant, ‘Viro’ packs a punch. Sad and haunting, ‘Viro’ is a new take on the zombie genre.The characters are dynamic and interesting, finding strength despite their horrifying circumstances. Jake is a character that will stick with you long after the final page. The action sequences are thrilling. I was on the edge of my seat! I can’t wait to read Book Two!!’

‘I loved this book, and finished it in 2 sittings, a real page turner.’

How Do You Write? – A Brand-New YouTube Series

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Hi Everyone

Clearly because I have nothing better to do with my time, I have decided to launch a brand-new¬† series on my YouTube channel called ‘How Do You Write?’ In each episode I will be sharing some thoughts on how I write. I will also be joined from time to time by special guests who will be talking about how they write. I currently have two episodes uploaded to YouTube and if you are interested here they are.

If you sit through them both you’ll see that Episode 2 is a bit slicker than Episode 1. That’s fine, I like to think it says something about the writing journey. In any case, you can’t upload newer, revised versions of videos on YouTube, only delete them, so I took the decision to leave Episode 1 as it is. I might review that decision in the future, depending on how the series goes.

My daughter watches a lot of YouTubers and the one thing I have learned from watching them with her is that it is really necessary to ask people to like your videos and subscribe to your channel so please could you like my videos and subscribe to my channel.

Thanks for reading and for (hopefully) watching.

See you soon.

Barnaby

YouTube and the Horror of Seeing Yourself not only in Inglorious Technicolor but also as the World Sees You

Hi Everyone

I posted my first YouTube update the other day.

It felt horrendous.

Awful.

I have always hated hearing the sound of my own voice.

Combine that with seeing yourself as well and all the horrors I have ever felt about myself fell full upon me from a great height.

But it is done now.

Out there.

Uploaded.

Online.

Too late.

And there will be more.

Have a nice day.

#7DaystoDie Ep. 6 ‘dose it sound like the hornets are saying asshole to any one?’

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‘The implied presence of the rest of the world, and its explicit rejection, are as essential in the experience of a photograph as what it explicitly presents. A camera is an opening in a box: that is the best emblem of the fact that a camera holding on an object is holding the rest of the world away.’

Stanley Cavell, The World Viewed: Reflections on the Ontology of Film, Enlarged Edition (Harvard University Press, 1971, 1974, 1979), p. 24

‘dose it sound like the hornets are saying asshole to any one?’

Sydney Rosales quoted on Kage848, 7 Days to Die Alpha 11 Husband & Wife Multiplayer/ Let’s Play (S-9) – Ep. 13 – ‘Unlucky Thirteen, YouTube, accessed 28-4-2015