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Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. How do you write a book? Start here. You'll gain tips to get in the chair, tricks to stay there, and inspiration to get your own words flowing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Lex Out Loud is a podcast for writers, readers and all lovers of speculative fiction. I’m writing my third novel, and I’m taking you along for the journey. Whether you’re a writer or game master, or you’re just curious about the creative writing process, this show is for you! I discuss my writing process, and I share the insights I learn, as my experience grows.
 
Join authors Ian Lewis and Matt Sugerik in a monthly short-fiction writing workshop in which each use an identical writing prompt to create a work of short fiction. First listen to their stories, and then stick around as they workshop their ideas. Discussion will touch on writing process, tips, inspiration, and more! We are only bound by the limits of our imaginations. Come and join two lifelong friends on a unique storytelling journey.
 
Do you want to share your story, earn more money and make an impact with your writing? You're in the right place. On the Become a Writer Today podcast, Bryan Collins interviews creatives and best-selling authors. He profiles their writing processes, so you can learn about everything from writing your book to building a profitable creative business. Subscribe today!
 
So you love creative writing...except when you don't. The process of writing can be messy, difficult, and frustrating, but you aren't alone! Writers from all walks of life face the same issues, and we can learn from each other. Join indie author Marissa Lete as she converses with various creative writers to learn about their unique creative processes and get their best tips and tricks about how to keep the inspiration flowing, stay motivated, and fall in love with writing again. For guest in ...
 
Sound Break is a series of stand-alone audio works from Philadelphia-based performance company Lightning Rod Special. Scrambling assumptions around lightning rod topics, LRS asks hard questions of themselves, their audiences, and the world at large. Through a collaborative writing process and an eye towards experimentation, each episode proposes an entirely new world with its own set of rules, mad delights, and intoxicating mysteries. Lightning Rod Special makes live performance from the gro ...
 
In the Reading Corner is a podcast for anyone interested in children's books and reading. If you are a teacher, librarian, parent, bookseller, publisher, writer or illustrator, there is much to discover In The Reading Corner about topical issues, the latest children's books, writing processes, inspirations and news about your favourite authors.
 
The Creative Writers Toolbelt gives practical accessible advice and encouragement to Creative writers. Each episode explores an aspect of creative writing technique, with examples, allowing you to apply what you learn immediately to your writing. We also throw in the occasional interview with writers and other artists, exploring their wisdom on subjects like story, style, character and the writing process
 
Love all things upbeat, warm, and uplifting? Welcome to 88 Cups of Tea, an online platform and podcast for creative writers who look for guidance in their storytelling journey and connection to a community, fostering year-round conversations around the personal and professional life of a writer. Our podcast episodes and online essays and articles explore and unpack conversations that touch on topics like overcoming rejections and challenges, querying tips and crafting advice, lifestyle habit ...
 
Write With Impact is the podcast for writers seeking to take their writing to the next level. Hosted by writer and digital entrepreneur Glenn Leibowitz, Write With Impact features actionable strategies, tips, and resources to help you hone your writing, build an audience, and have more impact. Each week, Glenn interviews successful writers, from best-selling authors, widely-read bloggers, and senior journalists, to content marketers, podcasters, and more. In addition to weekly interviews, Gl ...
 
Welcome to Night Vale creator Joseph Fink and the Mountain Goats singer/songwriter John Darnielle discuss what it means to be an artist, a fan, and, as many people are, both at once. Season Two explores the process of writing, recording, and releasing the Mountain Goats’ latest album, In League With Dragons, giving you an unprecedented look at the creative process as it is happening.
 
Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
The Fictitious podcast, hosted by Adron Buske, delves into the craft of Science Fiction and Fantasy storytelling through interviews with authors and other professional writers. These conversations examine the writing process, techniques, and work habits of passionate creators and explore their most recent, and most popular, works.
 
Learn tips, tricks and ideas from published and unpublished authors alike to help you achieve your dreams of becoming a traditionally published or self-published author. On The Writing Community Podcast, you’ll hear honest conversations with members of the writing community about their creative process, writing tips, traditional and self-publishing experiences, tools of the trade and more. Expect to be entertained and educated as host, Brian Kessler speaks with YOU, the members of the writin ...
 
"Sometimes people ask us 'how do you guys write the comic?' The answer is that we sit around and look at game news and we talk about it until we start laughing at something. It sounds boring and I think it probably is. The writing process behind one of those comics is recorded and made available for your listening pleasure. We call this Downloadable Content." - Gabe (Gabe and Tycho create the web comic Penny Arcade 3 days a week. New episodes are released on Wednesdays)
 
Join journalist Kirk McElhearn as he interviews writers of all kinds about their processes, routines, and how they use Scrivener, the app dedicated to long-form writing. In the first half of the show, writers share their experiences and their different approaches to getting words down on the page; in the second half, they get into the specifics of how they use Scrivener to help them. Whether you’re a Scrivener user or just interested in writing, this podcast has something for you.
 
"Sometimes people ask us 'how do you guys write the comic?' The answer is that we sit around and look at game news and we talk about it until we start laughing at something. It sounds boring and I think it probably is. The writing process behind one of those comics is recorded and made available for your listening pleasure. We call this Downloadable Content." - Gabe (Gabe and Tycho create the web comic Penny Arcade 3 days a week. New episodes are released on Wednesdays)
 
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This is an audio version of a post I published on Write With Impact Academy about the relevance of synchronicity, a concept introduced by Carl Jung, to my book writing process. Sign-up to Write With Impact Academy to start building your writing skills today.
 
James "interviews" Amie about her book The Rules Upheld By No One which is now available fro pre-order! They talk: writing process, Amie's writing style, the difficulty of fitting our books into narrow genres, gatekeepers, and how much love all of our listeners. Amie also reads out the first page of her book! Stay tuned, we'll be releasing the whol…
 
On today’s show, author Robert Dugoni returns to the show to talk all about his new book The World Played Chess. “A fearless and sensitive coming-of-age story. I loved it.” —Mark Sullivan, bestselling author of Beneath a Scarlet Sky and The Last Green Valley. Bestselling author Robert Dugoni returns with an emotionally arresting follow-up to The Ex…
 
Recently I caught up with podcaster, blogger, and author Amy Isaman. Amy taught creative writing for years until she finally answered her calling and wrote her first book in her 40's. She's written both mystery books and historical fiction, and she believes that writers should try writing in different genres. After all, readers don't confine themse…
 
In this week’s episode, JP and Crys are joined by special guest Kevin Tumlinson from Draft2Digital to discuss all things travel and writing. Show Notes Patreon Draft2Digital Stuff That’s Real Podcast Take Off Your Pants by Libbie Hawker Transcript Crys: Hello friends. Welcome to the Write Away Podcast. This is episode 61 and it is […]…
 
Author Stephen Mack Jones joins Nancy Pearl to discuss his "August Snow" mysteries. Steve reveals the inspiration behind the title hero, August Snow, an ex-police detective who solves crimes for the marginalized in this (so far) three-part crime fiction series based in Detroit. The books sprinkle true events and real places into the fictional stori…
 
Centered around actual voicemails left on Lead Artist Katie Gould’s phone while she was undergoing in vitro fertilization, We Are Trying to Reach You dives into the medical, financial, and emotional realities of one woman’s experience with infertility. Making the personal public, this piece casts its listener as a patient besieged by a litany of me…
 
Flavia Drago is an illustrator with a broad portfolio covering branding, packaging, character development and children's books. She is a recent graduate of the MA in Children's Book Illustration from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. Flavia was born and raised in Mexico and the influence of the traditions on the patterns, colours and artefacts c…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Tabitha Forney, author of Paper Airplanes. It’s the end of summer, 2001. Erin O’Connor has everything she’s ever dreamed of: good friends, a high-powered career at a boutique Manhattan firm, and a husband she adores. They have plans for their life together: careers, children, and maybe even a house in the country. …
 
With a day job as a designer for one of the world's largest software companies, Christian Cantrell knows how computer technology works, and his novels are full of cutting-edge ideas. He explores science and technology that don’t yet exist in order to put characters in situations in which they can discover things about themselves that would otherwis…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Kerry Anne King, author of Other People’s Things. From the Amazon Charts bestselling author of Whisper Me This comes a witty, magical story about improbable connections, difficult gifts, and the unexpected events that heal us and bring us together. Jailbird. Klepto. Spectacular failure to launch. Nicole Wood’s stic…
 
Meet Susannah Hardy, author of 'Loving Lizzie March'. Discover why you should not show off your research skills and why indie publishing could be right for you. Plus, we have 3 copies of 'Sweet Jimmy' by Bryan Brown to give away. Read the show notes Connect with Valerie, Allison and listeners in the podcast community on Facebook Visit WritersCentre…
 
Marissa chats with Caitlin Sangster, host of the Lit Service Podcast, about her new fantasy novel - SHE WHO RIDES THE STORM - as well as writing that complex, multi-POV fantasy heist novel, and why Caitlin starts with the characters and their motives; determining the "aboutness" of your story, and how to dig deeper into the heart of your book to un…
 
Fairy tales have been one of the go-to ways to teach children about the world for centuries. Though the stories have changed greatly since their origination, we can recognize titles such as Snow White, Thumbelina, and The Little Red Riding Hood. When it comes to the history of storytelling, fairy tales and bedtime stories cannot go ignored. While t…
 
As writers there’s only so much we can do to perfect our manuscript on our own. Ultimately, we’ll need someone else’s eyes on it to find issues we’ve missed, preferably before sending it off to an agent or publisher. Writing groups, alpha readers and beta readers are way we can get this invaluable feedback. In this first of a series of episodes, we…
 
My guest in this episode is Roger Reuff. He developed the concept of the story having a soul. He wrote a book about it and has a course of the same name at soulofyourstory.com. Roger is multi-talented and has written several books and screenplays, one of which made into onto big screen, The Big Kahuna starring Kevin Spacey and Danny DeVito. Roger s…
 
On today's episode, we will be honing in on the importance of self-confidence and becoming your most productive self. We will grow our mindset, take a deeper look at these principles that will help us reach our goals and obtain success by simply tweaking our habits and enhancing our perspective. This episode will equip, evolve, and empower you to t…
 
We talk to our friend Henry—a lawyer and expert in transformative technologies—about the weird and wonderful phenomenon of NFTs and digital art. If you've ever wanted to impress your friends with your incredible knowledge of words like "blockchain", "minting", "Proof of Stake", "fungible", this is the podcast for you! We talk about: what NFTs are, …
 
Sudanese-Australian writer and media presenter, Yasmin Abdel-Magied is something of a superstar. Following an early career as a mechanical engineer and formula 1 commentator, she is now a published writer for children. Yasmin was named Young Queenslander of the year in 2010 and Queensland Australian of the Year in 2015 for her engagement in communi…
 
Sara Pennypacker's Pax was a huge hit with children and adults alike. Many readers wanted to know what happened to Peter and his pet Fox after the story ended and now Sara Pennypacker has written a sequel. In this episode, she talks to Nikki Gamble about why she felt compelled to write a sequel and the things that are important to her in the storie…
 
Alan McIvor is a headhunter based in Taipei at the Paul Wright Group. We met several years ago when he was just starting to build his clientele and presence on LinkedIn. Alan joined me recently for a LinkedIn Live video session where we exchanged tips for writing articles on LinkedIn. Alan has had a lot of success recently with several viral articl…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Laurell K. Hamilton, author of the new book A Terrible Fall of Angels (A Zaniel Havelock Novel Book 1). Angels walk among us, but so do other unearthly beings in this brand new series by #1 New York Times Bestselling author Laurell K. Hamilton. Meet Detective Zaniel Havelock, a man with the special ability to commu…
 
Lexie Elliott graduated from Oxford University, where she obtained a doctorate in theoretical physics. A keen sportswoman, she swam and played waterpolo at university, and later swam the English Channel solo. She works in fund management in London, where she lives with her husband and two sons. How to Kill Your Best Friend is her most recent releas…
 
This is the fourth novel from Sandie and it is bound to be as fabulously popular as her previous three. Longtime listeners may remember we spoke to Sandie back in episode 323 when The Banksia Bay Beach Shack had just come out, which was her third novel, and before that she published The Cottage at Rosella Cove and The Kookaburra Creek Cafe. In this…
 
Both William Shakespeare and the invention of the printing press had a major impact on storytelling across the world. This is when stories for entertainment alone became popular – and accessible – for the masses. Books were no longer for the elite and plays were written for the common man as well as royalty. This was also brought in a time where co…
 
Rob Biddulph is well-known for his picture books and the phenomenally successful Draw with Rob YouTube channel. Now he has turned his talent to writing longer fiction and his first book Peanut Jones and the Illustrated City is an absolute triumph. In this episode, Rob introduces the world of Peanut Jones and also describes his process of creating l…
 
Mystery Author Kellye Garrett joins Queries, Qualms, & Quirks this week to discuss getting an agent offer at a bar, Pitch Wars, when your publisher abruptly shuts down, writing a book because of a headline, selling a book after a year versus five days, waiting ten months to announce a book deal, and never winning NaNoWriMo. ✦ Kellye Garrett is the …
 
My guest this week is the author of the Sky Fall series of books, Joseph Bendoski. Joseph's background is in screenwriting which he eventually left behind as he found the conventions of that particular genre too restrictive. When he switched to writing novels, he found it a more freeing format. He was initially undecided whether to write fiction or…
 
Today we have a “best of” episode of Author Stories. As we work back to normal after Covid, we hope you enjoy this conversation we had with Brad last year. Stay tuned for more brand new episodes coming soon. “Fast-paced…pulse-pounding…supremely entertaining… His best ever.” —The Washington Times Scot Harvath returns in the newest thriller from #1 N…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Vince Passaro, author of Crazy Sorrow. A lyrical novel, spanning four decades in New York City, about a couple torn apart and the lengths to which they will go to be reunited. Vince Passaro’s first novel, 2002’s Violence, Nudity, Adult Content, was a provocative book that explored the darkest human emotions and the…
 
In this bonus mini-episode, Rachael talks about how to actually break free from your outline and get down to the good stuff: actually fast-drafting. How do you start? What does skeletoning your work look like? When do you know you’re ready? Don’t miss this episode, brought to you by Rachael’s awesome patrons. How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the p…
 
Meet Amy Suiter Clarke, author of 'Girl, 11'. Discover how to join in on 'Australia Reads'. Plus, we have 3 copies of 'The Cat Who Saved Books' by Sosuke Natsukawa to give away. Read the show notes Connect with Valerie, Allison and listeners in the podcast community on Facebook Visit WritersCentre.com.au | AllisonTait.com | ValerieKhoo.com See omny…
 
There came a time in the history of storytelling, especially around the rise of Christianity in Europe, where story became a way to educate the general populace. However, it started long before Christianity was even established. Back in the times of the Greeks and then Romans, theater was used to teach the common people about the gods and their wor…
 
Marissa chats with Farah Naz Rishi about her new contemporary romance - IT ALL COMES BACK TO YOU - as well as writing sibling dynamics and relationships that are as complex and interesting as real-world families; the roles that fate and coincidence can play in a romantic storyline; a few interesting narration techniques that act like different came…
 
Writing can be a lonely business. Sitting alone for several hours, just you and your words. This is when a writing community or collaboration can be of real benefit. In this episode, I chat with Niki Hardy from Hope Writers and the author of Breathe Again. How to Live Well When Life Falls Apart. Niki talks to me about how she found the encouragemen…
 
Small dots grow into bigger dots and before you know where you are the small dot has grown into International Dot Day. Peter Reynolds the author and illustrator of The Dot joins Nikki Gamble #InTheReadingCorner to explain how a simple dot can help to encourage children's confidence in their own creativity. The Dot One little dot marks the beginning…
 
Chris Thorogood is Deputy Director & Head of Science, University of Oxford Botanic Garden & Arboretum, His recently published book When Plants Took Over the Planet has plenty to interest children from around 9 all the way to adult In this episode he talks to Nikki Gamble about the evolution of plants and igniting children's interest in plant life. …
 
Will building your personal brand help you to sell more books and courses or find you more clients as a writer? Personal branding is something that content creators should consider. I learned the hard way that building a brand isn't about spending hundreds of dollars on a fancy logo but is more about associating yourself with a specific topic or cr…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Johanna Mo, author of The Night Singer. The scars from a family tragedy draw an estranged police detective back to her childhood home as a teenage boy’s death quickly causes the past to collide with the present. Police detective Hannah Duncker didn’t expect to return to her native Öland. She fled after her father’s…
 
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