Great Writers Share
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GREAT WRITERS SHARE
It’s no secret that writing can be lonely work. But, does it really have to be?
Whether you’re full-time, part-time, or just starting out, you’ll get insights into the tricks, tips and production habits of writers from every level of the biz. From bestselling authors, to those launching their first novels, you’re sure to be in the company of friends as we encourage great writers to divulge and share their secrets.
#063: Josh Malerman – Definition of an artist, the power of “the end,” and what it means to be a Prolific.
#062: Lucinda E Clark – Living a life worth writing, lessons learned from writing, and falling into what’s right.
#061: Andy Conduit-Turner – Writing comics, navigating publishing contracts, and choosing the best medium for your story.
#060: Jessie Shedden – Escaping the cult, healing with writing, and empowering others through personal experience.
#059: Great Writers Scare – Exploring horror with Michael David Wilson, Bob Pastorella, Daniel Willcocks, and John Crinan.
#058: V.S. Holmes – Advocating for queer and disabled representation, winning awards, and collaborative relationships.
#057: Julia Scott – Formatting books the right way, tackling the second novel, and diving into audio.
#056: Ben Errington – Starting with just a cover, gaining confidence as a writer, and positivity on social media.
#055: Faye Trask – Debut novel writing, finding mentors, and falling in love with learning.
#054: Jennie Nash – Becoming a book coach, the truth behind the author journey, and the power of integrity.
#053: Ritu Bhathal – “Marriage Unarranged,” setting priorities, and poetry versus prose.
#052: V Castro – Boosting marginalized voices, word counts during lockdown, and writing in the horror genre.
#051: Autumn Birt – Travelling the world while writing, talking to your characters, and running a business with your partner.
#050: What single piece of advice would you give to writers to carry them from 2020 into 2021? Feat. Special guests.
#049: Meg LaTorre – From literary agency to self-publishing, building a platform on YouTube, and finding your niche.
#048: James Blatch – The many iterations of the first novel, journalism to fiction, and serving authors with podcasts and courses.
#047: Jeff Adams & Will Knauss – Getting started with gay romance fiction, collaboration, and keeping the creative passion burning.
#046: Iain Rob Wright – Finding success in horror in 2020, effective mailing lists & bringing your spouse into your creative business.
#045: Kristina Rienzi – Pitching through Twitter, the power of perpetual learning & choosing honesty.