Avoiding Roadblocks to Creativity: The Eat Sleep Write Interview


Adam Scull of the Eat Sleep Write podcast interviewed me about writers facing fear and resistance, writing roadblocks, and more. It was the first podcast I’ve ever done and it was really fun! Big thanks to Adam for contacting me and making this happen!

You can listen to the full interview here.

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  • Reply Lily Blake 15 August, 2013 at 5:19 pm

    Hey Lauren! Just wanted to give you a quick heads up that I nominated you for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. Make sure you come by my site to pick it up! http://wp.me/p38Uaw-cS.

  • Reply Phillip McCollum 16 August, 2013 at 9:56 pm

    Loved this interview Lauren. Lots of great advice and I like your comment about forming friendships through the blog, because I’ve experienced the very same.

    • Reply Lauren Sapala 18 August, 2013 at 1:05 pm

      Thanks so much for listening to it! And yes, I never expected to have formed so many great connections through blogging. It’s really just such a cool thing.

  • Reply Paul Sutton Reeves 17 August, 2013 at 1:53 am

    Hi Lauren
    Just listened to your interesting interview. Another writer with a large body of unpublished work! Frustrating, isn’t it? Like you, though, it doesn’t stop me writing…

    • Reply Lauren Sapala 18 August, 2013 at 1:07 pm

      It is frustrating, but you know what? I really believe we will get there someday. I follow your blog and I can see what really beautiful talent you have burning within you. It IS going to happen someday, maybe right now we are still learning patience? 😉

  • Reply Paul Sutton Reeves 19 August, 2013 at 2:01 am

    Many thanks for the positivity, Lauren! Likewise, following yours, there’s an assuredness and eloquence to what you write that makes me think that you’ll be published before too long. Are we receiving a life lesson at present, then? 🙂

    • Reply Lauren Sapala 19 August, 2013 at 8:45 am

      I think we are receiving a life lesson at present, and like most life lessons it seems like we’ve been sitting and waiting forever to get to the good stuff. 😉

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