Interview with Author Michael McClellanIn part two of this interview, Tim sits down with Michael McClellan, author of THE SAND SEA, to discuss his 12 years of writing and how Story Grid played a role in finishing the novel.Story Grid Shared .
Lisa FullerGhost Bird is her debut YA novel. She received the 2017 David Unaipon Award for an Unpublished Indigenous Writer, the 2018 Varuna Eleanor Dark Flagship Fellowship, and was a joint winner of the 2018 Copyright Agency Fellowships for First Nations Writers.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Tomi Adeyemi and Sabaa Tahir: YA Superstars on Living and Writing HeroicallyTwo of the top-selling YA Fantasy authors of ALL TIME give us a master class on earning, output, and living as epic a life as the stories they're writing.Beautiful Writers Podcast Shared .
Block Scheduling, Brand Building, and Simple SuccessThis week Bryan is prepping for his Amazon Ad Profit Challenge and has an offer available until October 26th.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
State of the Industry with Mark Dawson and James BlatchIn today's episode, the guys sit down with their old friends Mark Dawson and James Blatch to check in on what they've been doing and what they see coming in the near future for the self-publishing industry.The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 355: Meet Rose Carlyle, author of 'The Girl in the Mirror'.Learn about the rise and rise of 'stealth help' books. We congratulate the Ned Kelly award winners!So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
S3 E7: Mara Fitzgerald and So Much Wisdom With This EpisodeClaribel and Kat discuss why problematic books keep getting published and why the publishing industry has to hold itself accountable beforehand so this stops happening.Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
Building A Creative Business Brand With Pamela WilsonHow do you build a creative business that you love — and makes you money?The Creative Penn Shared .
EP289: Four More Years! Live ShowWe celebrate four years of the podcast with a live show where our Patrons and Academy members ask us anything and everything.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.42: Writing The EndYour Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard How do you decide what sort of event ends your story?Writing Excuses Shared .
At home with Richard FlanaganRichard Flanagan is one of Australia's most beloved novelists. He is also our most recent recipient of The Booker Prize for The Narrow Road to the Deep North.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Isabelle Broom, author of 'Hello, Again'Isabelle Broom has just published her seventh novel. 'Hello, Again' follows mosaic artist Pepper, who accompanies her elderly friend Josephine on the trail of a long-lost love affair through Europe.Writer's Routine Shared .
SPS-248: Writing Books for Your BusinessFind out how self-published books can play a key role in building your business and brand.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
WRITER 354: Petronella McGovern's 'The Good Teacher'This 'inbetweenisode' is part of our Story Sessions series featuring The Good Teacher by Petronella McGovern.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Before You Build Your First Product, Do ThisWe're at the end of the 5-day Paid to Create challenge and so far, we've identified why we create, the importance of making money off our art, how to know what to sell, and to whom.Goins, Writer Shared .
Permission To SuckDoes that little voice inside your head tell you that you cannot produce anything but perfection, or that you are not qualified to have the title of "writer", or even that you are not good enough to be in a "writer's world"?Write Now with Sarah Werner Shared .
Social Media Etiquette, Launch Size, and Scandinavian SubscriptionsIt's Bryans birthday! This week we have a great show for you don't forget to leave a review on Apple Podcast.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
State of the Industry with Michael AnderleHe had the pleasure of riding in a car with them at a very early Smarter Artist Summit and immediately realized that the guys are exactly the same in person as they are on their podcast.The Story Studio Shared .
Sell Them What They Want, Give Them What They NeedBefore you figure out what you want to sell, you need to first figure out what people are willing to pay for.Goins, Writer Shared .
More Than Passion: Getting Clear on a Business IdeaGetting paid to create really is about getting clear on what people want. Before we get into the super practical work of actually accepting money from other people, we need to get clear on what we have to offer.Goins, Writer Shared .
3 Kinds of Creators: Which One Are You?There are, I think, roughly three kinds of creators in this world, each with their own path.Goins, Writer Shared .
EP019: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... Joe is the bestselling author of Heart-Shaped Box, Horns, NOS4A2, Locke and Key and most recently the New York Times #1 epic blockbuster The Fireman.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
Hayley Chewins Talks Writing Upper Middle Grade And How to Handle A Revise and ResubmitToday's guest is The Turnaway Girls and 100 Ideas in 10 Days.. Links for Hayley: 100 Ideas in 10 Days.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
Ep. 523: The Link Between Your Story's Pinch PointsLearn to identify and leverage several important story structure similarities between your story's Pinch Points.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Mental Models For Writers And The Empowered Indie Author With Michael LaRonnWriting is absolutely about the practical step of getting words on the page — but your mindset can make the difference between success and failure, as well as how much you enjoy the author journey.The Creative Penn Shared .
15.41: Researching the FCK out of Things, with Cory DoctorowYour Hosts: Mary Robinette, Piper, and Howard, with special guest Cory Doctorow In journalism, that three-character string in our episode title means "Fact Check." Those three characters are a great way to drop a note to yourself, reminding you to get some answers later.Writing Excuses Shared .
Matt Haig, author of 'The Midnight Library'This week our guest is the phenomenally successful Matt Haig. Since huge bestseller 'Reasons to Stay Alive', Matt has shot to the nation's consciousness.Writer's Routine Shared .
SPS-247: Laughter and Love: Writing Romantic ComediesMale author Rich Amooi on how to succeed in a field dominated by female writers.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Big Book Launches or Low-Key Book LaunchesI've talked before about book launches and share a simple book launch framework. But I wanted to focus here on the tale of two launches: the big, splashy book launch and the low-key, chill book launch.Create If Writing Shared .
WRITER 353: Kate Mildenhall's 'The Mother Fault'This 'inbetweenisode' is part of our Story Sessions series featuring The Mother Faultby Kate Mildenhall.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
At home with Alice RobinsonAlice Robinson is a highly awarded writer of literary fiction, and The Glad Shout can only be described as great literature.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Using Etsy, Earning Respect, and How to Say NoThis week Claire is joined by Ines Johnson, be sure to check out both of their youtube channels!The Sell More Books Show Shared .
State of The Industry with Joanna PennJoanna Penn is a North Star in the Self-Publishing Industry. She is someone who was already there when the guys first got started, and most people think of them as being there from the very start.The Story Studio Shared .
Self-PublishingIn this post, we continue our series on self-publishing as an option for authors.Writers Write Shared .
EP288: Deep DiveHow can authors use YouTube to engage with readers and drive sales? We talk to Jeremy Mason a TV Producer, Director of Photography and Lighting Cameraman with over 20 years UK broadcast experience.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
At home with Jessica TownsendNevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow was the biggest-selling Australian children's debut since records began.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
WRITER 352: Meet Craig Silvey, author of 'Honeybee'.Learn about a cool opportunity to become a bookseller in the Maldives. Enter The Horne Prize for your chance to win $15,000.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Get Paid to CreateWhy do we create? To share a thought: an idea, a story, a paradigm. To help another person, perhaps, simply by saying something others are unwilling to say.Goins, Writer Shared .
Matt Haig Talks Anxiety, Panic, Depression and Writing As TherapyToday's guest is Matt Haig, author of The Midnight Library, a Good Morning America Book Club pick for October.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
S3 E6: Paola Mendoza, Abby Sher and Please Vote!Episode Description: Claribel and Kat discuss how to refill the creative well. Then they interview NYT bestselling author and activist Paola Mendoza and Abby Sher about their new YA novel Sanctuary, making a statement with your art, envisioning a diverse future where we center.Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
Ep. 522: The Link Between Your Story's First Plot Point and Third Plot PointHelping Writers Become Authors provides writers help in summoning inspiration, crafting solid characters, outlining and structuring novels, and polishing prose.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Outlining Your Novel And Filling The Creative Well With K.M. WeilandHow can you use an outline to improve your book before you start the first draft?The Creative Penn Shared .
EP287: Charles StrossCharles Stross is the multi-award winning author of bestselling series of space opera, alt-history and more.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.40: Researching for Writing the OtherYour Hosts: Piper, Dan, and Tempest, with special guests Nisi Shawl and Silvia Moreno-Garcia Writing stories which feature people who are not like you is, in a word, difficult.Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 203: Alexis Henderson on How To Write Books, Not Just BeginningsA speculative fiction writer with a penchant for dark fantasy, witchcraft, and cosmic horror. Her debut novel is How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-246: How to Write Your Best BookWriter, editor and author coach, Christina Kaye, on how to make your book the best it can be.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Trevor Wood, author of 'The Man on the Street'Trevor Wood's debut novel 'The Man on the Street' tells the story of Jimmy, a homeless veteran with PTSD who sees a murder, but no-one believes him.Writer's Routine Shared .
WRITER 351: Sophie Hannah's 'The Killings at Kingfisher Hill'This 'inbetweenisode' is part of our Story Sessions series featuring The Killings at Kingfisher Hill by Sophie Hannah.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
At home with Paddy ManningPaddy Manning is the author of four books, including 2020's Body Count: How Climate Change is Killing Us.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Managing your time, energy, and marketingThis week Claire is back and we have a great show for you! This week's Best Page Forward book description winner is Bradley.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
Welcome To The State of The IndustryYes, after 131 episodes of The Story Studio Podcast, the show is finally transitioning from Season 0 to Season 1.The Story Studio Shared .
Fiercely Independent Publishing with Louise WaltersOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 138 with Louise Walters, writer and creator of the small but fiercely independent Louise Walters Books.The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 350: Meet Penguin Random House publisher Laura Harris.Do bookshops make your bowels move? Discover how to enter the Spark prize for narrative non-fiction.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
At home with Trent DaltonTrent Dalton is a dual Walkley Award winning journalist, who also happens to be an exquisite novelist.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Lori M. Lee on Pivoting to Digital Marketing and Managing Depression During COVIDToday's guest is Lori M. Lee, author of the YA Fantasy Forest of Souls. Lori joined me to talk about launching a book during the pandemic, pivoting to online marketing and promotion, and how she handled depression and anxiety during the ongoing epidemic.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
Ep. 521: The Link Between Your Story's Hook and ResolutionAsk these questions to help in brainstorming.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Starting From Zero And Success With BookBub Ads With David GaughranWhen you've been self-publishing over a decade, it's easy to see how things have changed for indie authors and where the opportunities lie for publishing and marketing our books.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP018: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... Sarah Pinborough has had over twenty novels published and written for TV and film.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.39: Translation, with special guest Alex ShvartsmanYour Hosts: Mary Robinette, Dan, and Lari, with guest Alex Shvartsman Translation is fantastically complex.Writing Excuses Shared .
How to Plan Your NovelWe all have different ways of writing and planning. Learn to embrace what works for you!Create If Writing Shared .
SPS-245: From Scripts to Snowdonia: Self-Published SuccessFind out how a former BBC script editor and teacher went on to hit the big time as a self-published crime author.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Ep. 202: Anjanette Delgado on the Magic of Preproduction in Novel WritingExplore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. How do you write a book?How Do You Write Shared .
At home with Jane HarperJane Harper's debut novel, The Dry, received too many awards to list here and has now been turned into a feature film.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Ep. 201: How Do You Know When You're Overcomplicating Your Book?Bonus mini-episode, brought to you by my Patrons at the $5+ levels! Including:. Join now!How Do You Write Shared .
Just In Time Learning, International Categories, and Filling the Vegas VoidThis week Bryan is joined by Patrick O'Donnell's and Jim Kukral! Bryan has a Book Description webinar this Thursday on the 5 mistakes authors most commonly make with their book descriptions, be sure to check that out.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
SSP131 Big Changes ComingIn today's episode, the guys, along with Bonnie and Niamh, talk about the big changes coming to the Story Studio Podcast in the coming weeks.The Story Studio Shared .
Wayne KellyOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 137 with...The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 349: Meet Christie Nieman, author of 'Where We Begin'.Discover what you can learn from being an author-entrepreneur. Plus, we have 5 double passes to 'The Translators' to give away.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
S3 E5: Alechia Dow and Don't Ever Lick Your ChecksEpisode Description: This week, Claribel and Kat talk about who to follow on social media to learn more about the industry and writing as well as how to discuss authentic representation with your writer friends or as a sensitivity reader.Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
Audiobook Narration, Production And Marketing Tips With Derek DoepkerAudiobooks are one of the fastest-growing segments in publishing and the expansion of podcasts onto every major platform means there are more ways to market to audio-first consumers In this episode, Derek Doepker gives some tips on why audiobooks are so important as a format, self-narration, working with a narrator, plus, production and...The Creative Penn Shared .
EP286: Carole MatthewsCarole Matthews has sold over 6 million books in 31 countries. She's written two books a year for the last ten years and was inducted into the Festival of Romance Hall of Fame.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.38: Depicting Religions That Are Not Your OwnYour Hosts: Piper, Dan, and Tempest, with special guest Nisi Shawl Whether you're writing about a real-world religion, or one you've created for your setting, there are numerous factors to be aware of.Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 200: Edward Giordano Helps Rachael Celebrate 200 Episodes!Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. Want tips on how to write the book you long to finish?How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-244: Self Publishing in South AfricaMulti-genre bestselling indie author Dani René on her career and the state of self-publishing in the country where she resides - South Africa.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
At home with Amie Kaufman and Meagan SpoonerAmie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner are New York Times bestselling author duo. They have now published three YA series together, and in this interview Amie and Meagan discuss how they write together , how they ensure so many gripping pay-offs for their devoted readers, and even how they achieved the impossible - combining fantasy and science fiction...The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Using Timelines, Human Connections, and Strategic Trade-offsThis week we have a great show for you, we're talking a lot about timelines.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
SSP130 How To Write Anything with SeanOut of everyone in the story studio, Sean is probably the most versatile author who can dexterously turn his hand from one genre and form to another quickly and with ease.The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 348: Meet Richard Fidler, broadcaster and author of 'The Golden Maze: A Biography of Prague'.Congratulations to AWC alumnae Felicity McVay and Brooke Grahams for publishing their debut picture books.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Indie Editor talks Pros of the Indie Path and Publishing in the PandemicToday's guest is Shayne Leighton, Editor in Chief of Parliament House Press, an indie publisher specializing in SciFi and Fantasy.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
Ep. 520: The Crucial Link Between Your Story's Inciting Event and Climactic MomentHelping Writers Become Authors provides writers help in summoning inspiration, crafting solid characters, outlining and structuring novels, and polishing prose.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Publishing Wide For The Win With Erin WrightDo you want to make your books available to readers in every format, in every online store and library, in every country?The Creative Penn Shared .
EP017: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... The second part of our interview with bestselling Indie author Shannon Mayer who recently hit #2 in the main Amazon.com charts outselling Stephen King and other greats.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.37: Writing Under DeadlinesYour Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard What's it like to write under a deadline which has been set for your project by someone else?Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 199: Becca Syme on Maximizing Your Strengths as a WriterR.L. Syme is a USA Today best-selling author of small-town romance and cozy mystery. She writes small-town romance as Becca Boyd and cozy culinary mysteries as R.L. Syme.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-243: Fight Like a Girl: Crafting Believable Fight ScenesAuthor Aiki Flinthart explains how to give your fight scenes an authentic punch.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
At home with Omar SakrOmar is the author of These Wild Houses, a collection of poetry shortlisted for the Judith Wright Calanthe Award and the Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry, as well as The Lost Arabs, which was shortlisted for the Queensland Literary Awards, the John Bray Poetry Award and the NSW Premier's Literary Awards.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Good vs. Great, the Virtual Landscape, and Lessons from LockdownThis week Claire has an AMA coming up on September 10th where she will be answering all story questions and questions about her course so don't miss out on it!The Sell More Books Show Shared .
SSP129 Pantsing Complex Plots with JohnnyJohnny B Truant writes complex stories. Stories with plots that tend to branch out and get more complex by the chapter and book throughout a series.The Story Studio Shared .
S3 E4: Alexis Henderson and A Fear Factor of SevenClaribel and Kat discuss IP and recent Twitter discourse. Then they interview fantasy horror author, Alexis Henderson, about her debut novel The Year of the Witching, what it was like going on sub as a crossover YA/Adult and what went into her decision to go with an adult imprint over YA.Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
WRITER 347: Meet Fiona Palmer, author of 'Tiny White Lies'.Learn how to edit your own manuscript and meet Fiona Palmer, author of 'Tiny White Lies'.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Kurt Dinan On The Difficulty of Marketing YA Humor and Learning the Skills For Indie PublishingKurt Dinan is the author of The Scam List, and Don't Get Caught.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Masterwork AnalysisIn this new series from Story Grid, we are analyzing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank L Baum.Story Grid Shared .
Episode #519: 15 Steps to Self-Publish Your BookOnce you've decided in favor of the indie route, what are the actual steps to self-publish your book?Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Creativity, Business, And Ambition With Emily KimelmanHow can you juggle full-time writing and a family? How can you manage ambition about adventure and travel with a desire to be a 7-figure author?The Creative Penn Shared .
EP285: Philip C. QuaintrellPhilip C. Quaintrell is in Amazon's top 1.8% of self-published authors. He does this with no marketing spend, no newsletter, and epic fantasy novels so massively epic that even Brandon Sanderson would quake at their page count.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.36: Collaboration, with Shannon and Dean HaleYour Hosts: Brandon, Mary Robinette, and Dan, with special guests Shannon and Dean Hale We've had several discussions about collaboration, and we've learned that the answer to "how do you collaborate with other authors" is different with each collaboration team we talk to.Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 198: Joshua Bennett on Making Sure There's Blood in Your WritingPoet, performer, and scholar, which speaks to the expansive range of registers within the world of Black aesthetics and experience: the joy, rage, love, terror, and awe that gives a world within a world all its shape and tenor.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-242: Strength in Numbers: How to Write 2 Books a MonthMore books means more sales. Here's how to power up your author.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
How to Choose a Book CoverIn a recent post, Nate Hoffelder shared four mistakes you might be making with your book covers.Create If Writing Shared .
At home with Kate MildenhallAnd apologies for the quality of Astrid's audio. Astrid set her recording settings wrong, and will have to live with this embarrassing podcaster tech failure for quite some time to come.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
At home with Richard FidlerRichard Fidler, host of ABC's Conversations, discusses his love of history and what drives him to write about it, the role of literature in this most tumultuous of years and what we can learn from the history that has gone before.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Up-Standing Writers, Camouflage Covers, and Subscription AudiobooksThis week we get to hear about Claire's new Super Charge Your Story Course that just launched so be sure to check it out.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
SSP128 Raising Tension with DaveIf you've ever read a David Wright story, you've experienced narrative tension. But how does Dave do it so well?The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 346: Meet Nick Place, co-author of 'Stalin's Wine Cellar'.It's launch day for A.L. Tait's eagerly anticipated book 'The Fire Star'. Plus, there are 3 copies of 'The Good Teacher' by Petronella McGovern to give away.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Episode #518: 7 Considerations for Your Antagonist's MotivationsYour antagonist's motivations can make or break your story. If they are weak, unconvincing, or complicated, your story suffers in key areas.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Changes In Ebook Publishing Over The Last Decade And Possible Changes Ahead With Len Edgerly Of The Kindle Chronicles PodcastThe last decade has seen a dramatic change in the publishing industry as ebooks and digital audio have gone from a side note to a huge part of the reader experience — and a significant part of independent author incomes.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP016: Archive Rerun'is one of the most common questions asked by new writers, so we asked Federica Leonardis, founder of Martin Leonardis Literary Management, and her debut novelist Sonya Lalli.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.35: Tools for Writing and Worldbuilding, with Erin RobertsYour Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, Lari, and special guest Erin Roberts We've received a number of questions about the 'tools of the trade' for organizing our work, especially with regard to worldbuilding.Writing Excuses Shared .
EP284: Deep DiveWhat can an indie publisher offer to authors that the big houses cannot? MD of Caffeine Nights Darren Laws and author Timothy Adler show us how the bespoke service that an indie publisher provides can be more effective for authors in key genres.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
Ep. 197: Can I Write a Main Character Outside my Race?Today in this mini-episode, Rachael talks about whether it's a good idea to write outside your race, as well as what to do when you're bored stiff by your own book.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-241: 10 Million Books Sold: Writing Like a ReaderIndie author Marie Force reveals the secrets of her success.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
What Words Can DoLately, I've been thinking a lot about what words can do. They can cut a person down or lift them up.Goins, Writer Shared .
Audible Opportunities, AWOL KOLL, the Great Book FloodThis week Bryan and Claire share their Self-Publishing Live experience with us. Claire has a new course coming out on August 31st and Bryan teases a new webinar coming in September.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 190: Goodbye… for now.In this difficult and emotional episode, J. and Rachael explain why The Writer's Well is going on an indefinite hiatus.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP127 Creating Culture with VeredWorldbuilding is about building both the hardware and software that supports a story. Culture is the software.The Story Studio Shared .
Emma CurtisOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 136 with writer of psychological thriller ‘KEEP HER QUIET', Emma Curtis.The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 345: Meet Mikey Robins, author of 'Reprehensible: Polite Histories of Bad Behaviour'.Want to win a Zoom call with A.L. Tait? Plus we have 3 copies of 'The Thursday Murder Club' by Richard Osman to give away.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Historical Novelist Fiona Davis On Writing the Recent PastToday's guest is Fiona Davis, historical novelist, national bestseller and library darling. Fiona Joined me today to talk about the 125th anniversary of the New York Public Library, which is the setting for her newest book, The Lions of Fifth Avenue.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
S3 E3: Janella Angeles and Emailing Andrew Lloyd WebberEpisode Description: Claribel and Kat discuss recent Twitter discourse about sharing good news and professional jealousy.Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
Ep. 517: Afraid to Let Anyone Read Your Writing? 5 Steps to Move Past FearsOnce you understand why you are afraid to let anyone read your writing, you can come up with a successful plan to mitigate the fears.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
How To Write Narrative Non-Fiction With Matt Hongoltz-HetlingWhat is narrative non-fiction and how do you write a piece so powerful it is nominated for a Pulitzer?The Creative Penn Shared .
EP283: Caro RamsayCaro Ramsay is the author of the critically acclaimed Anderson and Costello series, the first of which, Absolution, was shortlisted for the CWA's New Blood Dagger for best debut of the year.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.34: Writing Deliberate DiscomfortYour Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, Lari, and Erin How do you proceed when the story you want to write includes elements that make you personally uncomfortable?Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 196: Lan and Harlan Margaret Van Cao on Co-Writing their Mother-Daughter MemoirThe author of Monkey Lotus and the Storm, and most recently of the scholarly in Law and Development: Nurturing Positive Change.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-240: Pictionary: How to Self-Publish a Board GameThe self-publishing story behind an iconic game - with much to glean for indie authors.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
How to Get the Most Out of Free and Paid Book PromosThis post is going to dive into how to get the most out of free book promotions or 99-cent sales.Create If Writing Shared .
Self Publishing Live, RPG Readers, and Scheduling BoredomThis weeks show is coming to you from Self Publishing Live! Bryan and Claire are so excited to be here.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 189: How do you optimize your writing productivity?Rachael revisits a favorite topic this week as she asks J. about the ways in which he makes sure the writing gets done.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP126 Commercialism and Trends with NiamhWhen the critics can't stop talking about something, and people can't stop talking about it too, you hit that sweet spot we all look for in terms of finding ways.The Story Studio Shared .
Joseph Di Prisco interviewThe 286th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Joseph Di Prisco, author of the new novel THE GOOD FAMILY FITZGERALD.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
DRIVEN TO WRITE with Lauren NorthOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 135 with Lauren North, author of new psychological thriller 'One Step Behind'.The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 344: Meet Adrian Beck, author of the 'Derek Dool Supercool' seriesAWC presenter Candice Fox's book turns into a movie. And AWC grad Brooke Graham's picture book 'Go Away, Worry Monster!So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Validate Your Idea to Produce Your Best ProjectDon't be discouraged if you find a ton of material-don't assume it's all been said before.Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach Shared .
EP015: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... Emmy winners and BAFTA-nominated, Huckerby and Ostler are one of the most successful TV writing partnerships around, and with their new novel, Defender Of The Realm, they've created a fantastic children's adventure series.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
Ep. 516: 5 Exercises for Honing Your Story InstinctsYour story instincts and your ability to tap into them clearly will define how much "talent" you may have as a writer.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
How To Reboot A Flagging Author Career With Michaelbrent CollingsWhat happens when you've written award-winning books, get amazing reviews from readers, and your sales still start a downward spiral?The Creative Penn Shared .
15.33: The Long, Dark Second Act of the SoulYour Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard Many Writing Excuses listeners have asked us how we muscle through writing second acts, those big, chonky "middles" of our stories.Writing Excuses Shared .
Astrid's Reading Audit on 'Anonymous Was A Woman'In a recent special episode of Anonymous Was A Woman, Astrid conducted a reading audit of the 89 books she read between 1 January and 30 June 2020.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Marshall Ulrich interviewThe 285th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Marshall Ulrich, author of Both Feet On The Ground: Reflections From the Outside.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Ep.195: Ivuoma Okoro on Changing Forms to Get Better at PlottingExplore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. How do you write a book?How Do You Write Shared .
AI And Creativity Update: A Voice Double Conversation Featuring Joanna Penn And Mark Leslie LefebvreIn mid-2019, I shared 9 Ways That Artificial Intelligence Might Disrupt Authors and Publishing, and one of those possible disruptions concerned voice technologies, which I also wrote about in Audio for Authors.The Creative Penn Shared .
SPS-239: Topping the Charts with Children's FictionKaren Inglis on how to make it as a self-published children's author.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Ep. 194: Should You Hire an Editor Before Submitting Queries to Agents?In this bonus episode, Rachael answers your questions, including:. Don't miss Ines Johnson's writer's channel: How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron.How Do You Write Shared .
Susanna Lee interviewThe 284th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Susanna Lee, author of the book Detectives in the Shadows: A Hard-Boiled History.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Short Stories, Generational Genres, and Evolving Book EventsThis week we have a great show for you, don't forget to leave a review on Apple Podcast.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 188: What are you going to say to your "future me? "Asks Rachael what she plans on saying to her future self. FutureMe.org.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP125 Evolving Writing Process with NinieNinie Hammon wrote in the newspaper world for 25 years before she started writing novels.The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 343: Meet Jeff Apter, author of 'Friday On My Mind'.Discover why you need to remember that your genius comes naturally to you. Download Valerie's free printable.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
One Unexpected Outcome of Announcing My Divorce on the InternetThis past week, I shared the news of my marriage ending. This has been the hardest decision of my life, something I was nervous to talk about publicly, but how people responded more than surprised me.Goins, Writer Shared .
Finish Your Book with Lizzie EnfieldOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 134 with Lizzie Enfield, journalist, novelist and writer of the excellent new non-fiction title - 'Finish Your...The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
LC Barlow on Moving From Self-Publishing to A Traditional CareerToday's guest is L.C. Barlow, a writer and professor working primarily in the field of speculative fiction.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
S3 E2: Shveta Thakrar and I Thought Office Jobs Would be Like TVEpisode Description: Claribel and Kat talk about the rising discussions of diversity in publishing and how these aren't new talks but they're finally being taken more seriously and how it's felt being constantly dismissed as POC in the industry.Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
Ep. 515: Critique: 4 Ways to Write Sequel Scenes That Grip ReadersLearning how to write sequel scenes is a specialized technique that will allow you to grip readers' attention on every page.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
How To Write A Bestseller With Suzy K QuinnHow can you write what you love and still aim for bestseller status? How can you combine craft and business in your writing life?The Creative Penn Shared .
EP282: Rachel WintersRachel Winters' debut novel Would Like to Meet is an Amazon bestseller with rights sold in 14 territories and there was a big Hollywood auction for the film rights.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.32: Short Story MarketsYour Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, and Lari, with special guest Erin Roberts Erin Roberts joins us for a discussion of short story markets-a topic which is very susceptible to "churn" because of the way short story markets come and go.Writing Excuses Shared .
Stephen Kiernan interviewThe 283rd episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Stephen Kiernan, author of the new novel UNIVERSE OF TWO.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Ep. 193: Vikram Chandra on a New App to Keep Your Writing OrganizedGranthika.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-238: Winning the Kindle Storyteller Award by Writing to MarketThis week's guest, Ian W. Sainsbury, explains how writing to market can secure significant book sales - and the odd award or two.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
EP281: Deep DivePaul Ardoin is the author of the Fenway Stevenson Mysteries, and when he reached five books in the series he decided the time was right for a Bookbub newsletter promotion.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
Healthy Habits, Inner Critics, and Demanding ReadersBryan is back and we have a great show for you this week! Be sure to leave us a review on Apple Podcast.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 187: In the past 12 months, what has been your biggest challenge and what has been your biggest joy?In this week's official murder episode, Rachael asks J. to reflect on the highs and lows of the past 12 months.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP124 Making a Living as an Artist with EileenIn today's episode of The Story Studio Podcast, the guys talk with Eileen Rose who is a member of the Sterling and Stone Story Studio.The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 342: Meet Mary Norris, author of 'Greek to Me: Adventures of the Comma Queen'.You'll discover powerful tips on how to finish writing your book. Plus, we have 3 copies of 'Across the Water' by AWC alumna Ingrid Alexandra to give away.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
How to Stop Being Distracted and Do What Matters: Interview with Nir EyalDistraction is no friend to a writer. But we all have had our dance with her before, haven't we?Goins, Writer Shared .
S3 E1: Claribel, Kat and What We Did on Summer Break!Episode Description: Our Season 3 premiere! We discuss what we've been up to this summer and our new podcast format!Write Or Die Podcast Shared .
Writing And Business Lessons Learned From 500 Episodes And 11 Years Of The Creative Penn PodcastIt's episode 500! Time flies indeed. The first episode of The Creative Penn Podcast was released on 15 March 2009.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP013: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... How do you research your books? Michelle Paver has written eighteen novels, including the bestselling Chronicles Of Ancient Darkness.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.31: The Agent in the RoomYour Hosts: Dan, Dongwon, Piper, and Howard You had questions for agents, Dongwon has answers!Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 514: 5 Ways to Help Writers During the PandemicHere are five ideas - along with giveaways to help you get started in bolstering the writing community.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Valarie Kaur and Chris Jackson: A World-Changer and Her Superhero PublisherChris Jackson, legendary publisher and Editor-in-Chief of One World, an imprint of Penguin Random House, is here with Valarie Kaur, one of his star authors—or, as he prefers to see his writers, who include Trevor Noah, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Jay-Z, and Mira Jacob, "superheroes." After all, changing the country is not for the faint of heart, and...Beautiful Writers Podcast Shared .
At home with Bruce PascoeBruce Pascoe, a Yuin, Bunarong and Tasmanian writer, has turned his craft to picture books.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Ep. 192: KJ Dell'Antonia on Dissecting Other Writing to Improve Your OwnKJ Dell'Antonia is the author of the viral New York Times essay.How Do You Write Shared .
How to Keep Consistent Book SalesIn this post I'm going to talk about how to keep consistent book sales over time.Create If Writing Shared .
SPS-237: Self Publishing Sisters: Keeping it in the FamilyThis podcast has featured wives retiring their husbands to assist with their indie author business and even a couple of writing brothers.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Claire G. Coleman: On 'Terra Nullius: A Novel'Claire wrote her black and write! fellowship-winning manuscript Terra Nullius while travelling around Australia in a caravan.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Heather Young interviewThe 282nd episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Heather Young, author of the new novel THE DISTANT DEAD.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Clear Strategy, Full Data Sets, Can't LoseWhat metric would be a business changer for you if Amazon could provide it? Bryan is out this week and H.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 186: How do you not overdo a good thing?Is up this week with a health-themed question about mental health and addiction. What happens when you get too much of the good stuff?The Writer's Well Shared .
Keep Writing Until It's Good With Christopher FowlerOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 133 with Christopher Fowler, author of the long-running Bryant and May Mystery series as well as loads...The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 341: Meet Katherine Firkin, author of 'Sticks and Stones'.Discover what you need in an author newsletter template. Impress your friends by casually dropping the word 'autarky' into a conversation.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Indie Author Tara East On Addressing Grief Through FictionToday's guest is indie author Tara East, whose novel Every Time He Dies, drew from a deeply personal experience with grief.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
Writing Action Adventure Fiction And Systems Thinking With Nick ThackerThe life of a full-time independent author involves wearing many hats. You have to balance your time between learning your craft and pleasing readers with great books, as well as publishing, book marketing, and building a business that will support you for the long-term.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP280: Six Accountability Tips for WritersWriting can be a solitary occupation, but it doesn't have to be that way. The Two Marks discuss how accountability has helped them in their writing and offer six tips to help you focus on your writing, become more productive, and finish that book.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.30: Write What You Want To Know, with Laurell K. HamiltonYour Hosts: Brandon, Dan, and Howard, with special guest Laurell K. Hamilton We've all heard the "write what you know" rule.Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 513: 7 Misconceptions About Being a WriterThe more lightly we grab hold of certain misconceptions about being a writer, the more easily we can discard them when they're no longer of use to us.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Francis Booker and Michael Ragusa interviewThe 281st episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Francis Booker and Michael Ragusa, co-authors of STAND: THE HOODED - BOOK 1.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Ep. 191: How Do You Keep From Getting Distracted While Writing?Miniepisode with Rachael! How do you keep writing when your brain won't sit still? Also, would you recommend Scribe?How Do You Write Shared .
A.J. Betts: On 'Zac and Mia'Betts' novel Zac and Mia won the 2012 Text Prize and the 2014 Ethel Turner Prize for Young Adults at the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
SPS-236: COVID-19: How it Impacted the Indie IndustryK-Lytic's Alex Newton on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted indie authors.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Five-minute Marketing, Pre-order Peril, and Shucking ScammersThere are many different ways to promote your book, what is one five-minute task that you could do today to promote your book?The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 185: How have we benefited from being white?Rachael and J. tackle a relevant and critical topic this week. Join them for a raw and honest conversation about systemic racism and its devastating consequences.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP123 Idea Parkour with JoelDifferent people come up with ideas and brainstorm in different ways. In the Sterling and Stone Story Studio, all of the authors bring stories to the table to brainstorm at different times.The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 340: Meet Sandy Barker, author of 'That Night in Paris' and 'A Sunset in Sydney'.Discover the steps you need to take to build your author platform. Learn how to use Pinterest for book marketing inspiration.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
You Have To Work At ItOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 132 with debut novelist, Susannah Dickey.The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
Susan Wiggs interviewThe 280th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Susan Wiggs, New York Times bestselling writer, and the author of the new novel THE LOST AND FOUND novels have appeared in the #1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller List, and have captured interest around the globe with translations into more than...Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Ep. 512: 4 Questions to Prevent Plot HolesWhether you're outlining or editing, here are four questions you can ask to help identify, rectify, or prevent plot holes.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Writing A Series. Satisfy Readers And Make More Money With Lindsay BurokerWe live in a binge consumption culture and the best-loved stories are often those that allow a deeper experience of character and world.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP012: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... Have you every wondered how important your "Voice" is as a writer?The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.29: Barbie Pre-Writing, with Janci Patterson and Megan WalkerYour Hosts: Brandon, Dan, and Howard, with special guests Janci Patterson and Megan Walker Janci Patterson and Megan Walker joined us to talk about their pre-writing process, which involves role-playing in a room full of dioramas with Barbie dolls.Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 190: Anthony Moore on Capturing Ideas as they ArriveAnthony Moore is an author, speaker, and one of the top 100 writers on the entire Medium.com platform.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-235: Collaboration for Authors: Writing in Someone Else's WorldThe bestselling dark fiction author and podcaster on effective and profitable author collaboration.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Behind the Scenes of a BookBub Featured DealI recently secured my first BookBub Featured Deal! There are a few options with BookBub - ads, new release featured deals, preorder alerts, and featured deals.Create If Writing Shared .
Back to Basics: 6 Methods to Right-Size Your Next Writing ProjectTest these six methods for narrowing-or broadening-your next writing idea and you'll land on the perfect length, approach, and slant to suit this project's audience, purpose, and medium.Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach Shared .
Rerelease: Tara June Winch on 'The Yield'Tara is a Wiradjuri writer based in France. Her first novel, Swallow the Air, was critically acclaimed and saw Tara named a Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Jane Harrison: On 'Becoming Kirrali Lewis'In terms of her works for the stage, Stolen, her first play, was the co-winner of the Kate Challis RAKA Award and has been performed throughout Australia as well as the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Japan.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Matt Wallace interviewThe 279th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Matt Wallace, author of the brand new epic fantasy novel SAVAGE LEGION.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Finding Your Flow, Eastward Expansion, and Reader FarmingWhat are some ways that you can you prioritize some long-term reader farming instead of only focusing on short-term reader hunting?The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 184: What will be the title of your memoir?With Rachael a bit under the weather, J. invites bestselling author and all-around beautiful human, Stephanie Bond to the show.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP122 The Guys Watch: Doctor SleepOn today's episode, the guys talk about watching the movie Doctor Sleep and the Shining franchise.The Story Studio Shared .
Refuse To Go Away with Matt WallaceOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 131 with Matt Wallace, joining us as part of his Savage Rebellion virtual tour.The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 033: Helen Garner's typewriter obsession, Amazon's goes head to head with Wattpad, and uber-blogger-turned author Chris Ducker's book marketingWhy typewriters captivate authors, Amazon gets in on the crowd-writing game, the one big reason why blogs succeed, first class train travel for 24 lucky writers, the book 'Blog It!So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Indie Marketing Guru David Gaughran Shares Tips For Indie Publishing SuccessToday's guest is David Gaughran, author of the historical adventures. He has been featured in the Telegraph, the Irish Times, the Guardian, the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Times, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Forbes, Mashable, New York Observer, Newsweek Polska, il Giornale, The Star Malaysia, and a smattering of Wanted posters.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
How To Write Monsters With Philip AthansMonsters tap into something primal that lies at the heart of being human. We have always feared what lies at the edge of the campfire, just out of sight, and as writers, tapping into those fears can be a powerful form of creation.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP279: Sadie JonesSadie's Jones' debut novel The Outcast was a smash hit, selling over half a million copies, but Sophie's road to publication was a long one with over 15 years of rejection.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.28: Small EvilsYour Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard Small evils? Yes, please! This episode isn't about writing the big villainy of world domination, but about focusing on the more relatable villainy of small evils-the little crimes, the minor antagonisms-which can be the key to connecting the reader to the book.Writing Excuses Shared .
Kathleen West interviewThe 278th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Kathleen West, author of the debut novel Minor Dramas and Other Catastrophes.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Ep. 189: Steven Rowley on When You Get To Call Yourself A WriterSteven Rowley is the author of.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-234: How to Automate Your Amazon AdsPrestozon's Dierk Demer on how the automation platform can help authors effectively manage their Amazon ad campaigns.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
T.R. Ragan interviewT.R. Ragan is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
Michael Mohammed Ahmad: On 'After Australia'In 2020 he is the editor behind After Australia, a collection of short stories about Australia's potential futures, and it is this work that the interview focuses on.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
This Might Be Your Moment with Luce BrettOVERCAST Subscribe to the newsletter for free stuff and bonus content here. It's episode 130 with Luce Brett talking about her stigma-smashing memoir PMSL.The Joined Up Writing Podcast Shared .
What Should I Write Next?"Which one of these projects should I write next? " If that question frequently floats around in your head, this episode is for you.Write Now with Sarah Werner Shared .
Publishing Pressure, Pandemic Print on Demand, and Trad Pub Not PayingWe all have mental blocks, what are some that are holding you back from your upcoming projects and why are they having that effect?The Sell More Books Show Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 183: How do you make your character voices distinct?After working with Jeff Elkins on his latest manuscript, J. asks Rachael about the uniqueness and authenticity of her character's voices.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP121 The Guys Discuss: Darlings We've MurderedWe've all heard from writing classes and craft books that we need to murder our darlings.The Story Studio Shared .
WRITER 338: Meet Gus Gordon, author and illustrator of 'Finding Francois'.Discover who is a plotter and who is a pantser. Plus, we have 3 copies of 'The Jane Austen Society' by Natalie Jenner to give away.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
How To Write Memoir With Marion Roach Smith"Write something universal as illustrated by a deeply personal tale." This advice is true regardless of the genre we write, and in this interview, Marion Roach Smith explains how we can dig deep into our truth and experience to write memoir, plus how she has created a business around a book, and a podcast around curiosity.The Creative Penn Shared .
EP011: Archive RerunIn this week's episode from the BXP Archives... The two Marks bring you up to date on the trials and tribulations their nascent bestseller, the processes that they're going through, and how two writers can work together without driving each other bonkers.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
15.27: Alternate History, with Eric FlintYour Hosts: Brandon, Dan, and Howard, with special guest Eric Flint Eric Flint joined us at SpikeCon to talk about creating alternate histories.Writing Excuses Shared .
Ep. 511: How to Get Stuff Done as a WriterSooner or later, procrastination is stumbling block for most of us. As an INTJ, here are my top four tips for how to get stuff done as a writer.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
From Film to Book: A Screenwriter Talks Novel AdaptationToday's guest is William Schreiber, William's novel, Someone to Watch Over, won the 2019 Rising Star award from the Women's Fiction Writers Association.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
Ep. 188: Elizabeth Kay on Taking Off Her Editor's Hat to Write a BestsellerElizabeth Kay works in the publishing industry under a different name. She lives in London and has a first-class degree in English literature.How Do You Write Shared .
SPS-233: How to Identify Your Author LevelNick Thacker on figuring out your "author level" and the application of strategies to help further grow your author brand.The Self Publishing Show Shared .
Peter James, author of 'Find Them Dead'Peter James has sold over 20 million books, publishing across 37 languages. Many of them star DS Roy Grace, who is back in the new one 'Find Them Dead'.Writer's Routine Shared .
Taking Care of Your Creative Life in the Midst of a PandemicThese days, I seem to be going through a personal renaissance, re-thinking who I am, what I do, and my contribution to the world.Goins, Writer Shared .
At home with Kate GrenvilleKate Grenville is one of Australia's most celebrated writers. Her international bestseller The Secret River was awarded local and overseas prizes, has been adapted for the stage and as an acclaimed television miniseries, and is now a much-loved classic.The Garret: Writers on Writing Shared .
Wide Wins, Knowing Your Readers, and Netflix is CallingClaire Taylor also has some exciting things in the works for this summer, make sure to join her list.The Sell More Books Show Shared .
Writing As LeadershipYou're a writer — but do you think of yourself as a leader? In today's episode we talk about the 3 keys to being a successful leader through your writing.Write Now with Sarah Werner Shared .
The Writer's Well Episode 182: What things in writing are out of your control?After going "round and round" about Ratt, Rachael asks J. about the things in writing that can or can't be controlled.The Writer's Well Shared .
SSP 120 The Guys Discuss: What We've Learned So Far in 2020We are living in a Black Mirror episode. Dave always was living in a Black Mirror episode, but 2020 is the year the rest of the world joined him there.The Story Studio Shared .
Kyle McCarthy interviewThe 276th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Kyle McCarthy, author of the debut novel EVERYONE KNOWS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
WRITER 337: Meet Chris Flynn, author of 'Mammoth'.Connect with Valerie, Allison and listeners in the podcast community on Facebook Visit - AllisonTait.com - ValerieKhoo.com.So You Want To Be A Writer Shared .
Indie Publishing A World War 2 Thriller Series: Glenn DyerToday's guest is Glenn Dyer, author of the Conor Thorn series, a World War 2 thriller series.Writer, Writer, Pants On Fire Shared .
Ep. 510: The 3 Acts of a Writer's LifeHelping Writers Become Authors provides writers help in summoning inspiration, crafting solid characters, outlining and structuring novels, and polishing prose.Helping Writers Become Authors Shared .
Building A Creative Business For The Long Term With Natalie SissonWriting is a life-long practice, and for many of us, a long-term career. But how can you continue to thrive in a creative business while still changing over time?The Creative Penn Shared .
15.26: Taking the Chance, with David WeberYour Hosts: Brandon, Howard, and Dan with special guest David Weber David Weber joined us at NASFIC to talk about the importance of risking failure on any path to success-whether you're risking rejection in the submission process, or the possibility that the book you write won't be the amazing thing you've...Writing Excuses Shared .
EP278: James SwallowJames Swallow is the internationally bestselling author of the Marc Dane thrillers, and he takes us through his remarkable career, which takes in Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who and a BAFTA nomination.The Bestseller Experiment Shared .
Damyanti Biswas interviewThe 275th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Damyanti Biswas, author of the crime novel YOU BENEATH YOUR SKIN.Reading And Writing Podcast Shared .
How to Format Your BookFormatting your book - sounds boring, right? Turns out there are a lot of things to know when it comes to formatting your ebook and print book.Create If Writing Shared .