AwesomeGang: Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written.
Joey Pinkney: So far, I have published four standalone short stories, one novelette and a short Twitter guide. Instead of writing longer pieces, I craft shorter tales that are multi-layered and full of symbolism. I also provide bonus materials with my stories, such as author’s notes, which gives additional insights, hints and perspectives about the story. I’ve had readers tell me that they’ve re-read my short stories and have found new gems with each read through. Read more
ReadWriteClub.com: Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.
Joey Pinkney: I like chocolate, in abundance. I like finding obscure books. Well, ‘obscure’ is subjective. Better stated, I like hunting for books about highly specific topics – such as writing guides, certain history books and other possible gems. Read more
In this episode of “Coffee Talk with Joey Pinkney,” Joey talks about one thing, and one thing only: his teeth and chocolate. No books, no shout outs, just bragging and pontificating – respectfully, of course. It’s “Coffee Talk.”
In this episode of Coffee Talk with Joey Pinkney, you get a behind the scenes look at his one of his top secret coffee styles. He shares an excerpt on a review of “Children in the City of the Fallen Towers.
He also shares an author experience that highlights friendship, kindness and generosity. There’s a German Chocolate Brownie and coffee. He talks about Emotional Contagion and the “Stay Positive, It’s Positive” movement.
He ends this episode with a writin tip involving plotting things out. It’s all “Coffee Talk.”
In this episode of “Coffee Talk with Joey Pinkney,” Joey gets back into the swing of things after a brief hiatus. He talks about his bride, his upcoming(?) book and beta readers. And chocolate, of course…
New coffee mug. New background (kinda). Same ole Joey. It’s “Coffee Talk.”
While Joey was out running errands, he came across a going-out-of-business sale. He shares his heavily-discounted book purchases. In the laundromat he talks writing, the iPhone 7, headphone jacks and a blue sick.
In this episode of “Coffee Talk with Joey Pinkney,” Joey shares his ubiquitous “Coffee Cup Philosophy.” He makes a matriculous attempt at explaining the Law of Diminishing Returns. He also talks books.
Day Two of the Urban Axis IndyCon 2 was very informative. I got a chance to speak with a few more of the vendors. I also had the opportunity to talk to some of the people who organized the IndyCon. In addition being passionate about bringing artists together, all of the organizers are artists in their own right. We ended up discussing everything from graphic novels to video games to music.
This event was a very special moment to me. I finally got a chance to meet Jeff and Joyce Dickerson. I dubbed them my “Literary Parents.” We’ve been down with each other for many, many years, and they stopped by to support me and the Black Science Fiction Society. And they brought me chocolate. I love chocolate.
For Day Two, I interviewed IndyCon organizer Adam McCullar (aka Imije The MC), comic book producer Nicholas Hoo, IndyCon organizer Isaac Smith, comic book artists Raymond and Anthony Sanders, graphic artist Deforrest, literary supporters Jeff and Joyce Dickerson, and comic book artist Kevin Chapman.