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 About the Game Journo Guides Series

The Game Journo Guides series offers in-depth advice and helpful tips on different aspects of the writing life, from freelancing and publishing to journalism and beyond. While these books are geared towards writers who primarily cover the video game, geek culture, and tech industries, much of the knowhow they contain is useful to writer folks of all stripes.

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Writer Shop Talk: The Catharsis of Personal Essay Writing

newshoptalkWhen you spend years writing about products, trends, culture, and things, it’s easy to lose touch with the human connection that ties it all together. But that’s what really makes it all interesting, isn’t it? As beings made of meat, water, and thought, we’re naturally drawn towards learning about others’ experiences, learning from the events of their lives, and discovering what makes them tick. I love reading those types of personal stories, but it wasn’t until earlier this year that I discovered just how therapeutic writing my own could be.

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  1. Coffee Is My Religion (and other new books I have in the works) Leave a reply
  2. Oh Hey, I Just Launched My First Game! What?! (AKA, the Why I’m No Longer A “Games Journalist/Critic” Post) 1 Reply
  3. Help Greenlight my first game on Steam, Go To Bed: Survive The Night (plus first BETA footage!) 4 Replies
  4. Dev Talk: Indie Development, Game Journalism, and Straddling the Fence 1 Reply
  5. Shop Talk Interviews: Episode 1 – Andrew Groen on kickstarting his new Eve Online history book 3 Replies
  6. Join The New Freelance Game Journo Network Facebook Group! 2 Replies
  7. Pay What You Want for Freelance Writing Hacks Audiobook + PDF Bundle! 5 Replies
  8. The Freelance Game Podcast Ep 7 – Interview with Francesca Reyes (OXM) Leave a reply
  9. The Freelance Game Podcast Ep 6 — Hitting The Panic Button! 18 Replies