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The PPS Club Podcast

Priscille B. Fatuma

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Writing as an art, writing as a business, and the secret life of writerpreneurs. The show is a mix of narrative and conversational episodes, where stories are told from the point of view and lived experiences of both host and guests, who are writers and entrepreneurs. Hosted by Priscille B. Fatuma a.k.a Tara Emmanuel. A production of Priscille’s Pens & Scribbles. © Copyright 2021 - 2023. Priscille B. Fatuma (Priscille's Pens & Scribbles). All rights reserved.

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Break's over!!! We're back with new episodes and exciting conversations on the art/craft and business of writing.

In this episode, Priscille shares her story of going from writing in the closet to becoming a writerpreneur, as well as a preview of what's coming next on the show.

If you like this episode, be sure to leave a review on iTunes to help this show reach more listeners!

Got a message for Priscille? Send your thoughts through the voice message link below. Join our email list at www.theppsclub.co.

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05/05/23 • 9 min

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12/16/22 • 52 min

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What brings you joy? That is the question. In a joined effort, Benjamin and Priscille share their idea of joy, joyful memories and how they relate to their creativity or writing.

This is also the last episode for 2022; The PPS Club Podcast will be back next year. Want to hear from Priscille in the meantime? Simply subscribe to her newsletter at mail.theppsclub.co

Happy holidays!

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12/16/22 • 52 min

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Sports, television, and this three-part essaysode might be the only things coming between you and an erroneous belief that to be a winner, you have to be the best at everything.

Read Tara's first poem "I Would Like to Be A Child Again" in Paper Trail Literary Journal's First Issue.

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11/13/21 • 25 min

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10/07/22 • 28 min

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Joshua Effiong is a writer and digital artist from the Örö people of Nigeria. Autopsy of Things Left Unnamed, his poetry chapbook, was published in 2020.

As a guest in today's show, Joshua shares his publishing journey and tips on how to come up with the best new poems out there.

Here you can read the poem discussed in this episode, Explaining The Autopsy of Survival to A Class of Black Bodies.

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10/07/22 • 28 min

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Do you ever look at yourself and see your potential and believe you can do great things? In this episode, Benjamin Cloth shares his story and experience with weight loss, and we talk about how one can believe in themselves in the face of difficulties and prejudice whether they can control the outcome or not.

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08/26/22 • 20 min

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Meet Author Ivy Oakes, former guest of The PPS Club Podcast in this previously unreleased segment where she shared great writing advice for new writers, which didn't make it into the episode to keep it from being too long!

Want to join Priscille's newsletter and keep up with what she creates? Simply subscribe to her creative newsletter at mail.theppsclub.co

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12/16/22 • 11 min

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09/09/22 • 38 min

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Trigger warning for descriptions of mental breakdown, suicidal thoughts, and hallucinations. Listen to these real-life events at your own risk.

Priscille wants to raise awareness concerning suicide ideation by sharing her own story as a contribution to this Suicide Prevention Week, because it is more than just a topic.

Please share this episode with someone who's struggling with suicidal thoughts. And for more information about suicide prevention, visit the International Association for Suicide Prevention's website.

Thanks for listening!

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09/09/22 • 38 min

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06/04/21 • 19 min

In this episode, Priscille aka Tara Emmanuel talks about how her fiction writing journey began and what motivates her. You also get to hear the first romance she ever wrote in a short story. For more stories, subscribe to mail.theppsclub.co

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06/04/21 • 19 min

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12/22/21 • 46 min

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Religious or not, Congolese or not, Tara Emmanuel has got some things lined up for you. With three Christmas true stories, a poem, and a few recommendations, you will have the most wonderful time of the year. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theppsclubpod/message
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12/22/21 • 46 min

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Ever thought you might be too young to be a published author? Well, think again because our guest Kayleigh Richardson knows all about getting published young as she became a novelist at just 16 years old!

In this episode, we discuss how to find the time to write amid school work, what to do when facing doubt, and more.

To purchase Kayleigh Richardson’s debut, “Remember Me” and leave a review, simply click here.

Kayleigh can also be found on Twitter at @kayleigh_author.

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05/12/23 • 17 min

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FAQ

How many episodes does The PPS Club Podcast have?

The PPS Club Podcast currently has 25 episodes available.

What topics does The PPS Club Podcast cover?

The podcast is about Podcasts, Business and Careers.

What is the most popular episode on The PPS Club Podcast?

The episode title 'Taking your writing out of the closet (What is a writerpreneur?)' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on The PPS Club Podcast?

The average episode length on The PPS Club Podcast is 23 minutes.

How often are episodes of The PPS Club Podcast released?

Episodes of The PPS Club Podcast are typically released every 25 days, 1 hour.

When was the first episode of The PPS Club Podcast?

The first episode of The PPS Club Podcast was released on Apr 2, 2021.

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