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Moderating a conference panel can be a way of getting onto panels and to building up your professional reputation as a conference speaker. Today's show is jam packed with hints and tips on moderating panels.
Having just been to a writing conference ad looking at four more in the next four weeks I thought this was a good opportunity to talk about the benefits and value of writing conferences. Today I'm chatting to Susan McVey about her experiences as a writer attending them and I give my perspective on attending as a speaker. 
TikTok Changes

TikTok Changes

2022-08-3119:19

TikTok have recently made several changes. Fond out how these effects you as an author and how you can use these to support your book marketing.
How dependent are we on technology as writers and how can we prepare for times when technology may not be available. Future planning for our author business. 
Self-editing is such an important part of the writing process and yet, many of us shy away from it. Today I talk to professional editor, Helen Sedgwick, about the steps involved in self-editing to publishing standard. 
Writing on the Move

Writing on the Move

2022-08-1016:43

I am currently on a 2 month book, speaking and research tour of the USA. Therefore, I'm bouncing in and out of states and cities and have no clue where I am or what I am doing. It is important for me to keep writing, so todays show has hints and tips for keeping your author career moving forward whilst on the move. 
Writing Horror Fiction

Writing Horror Fiction

2022-08-0332:46

Today I chat to Marissa Noelle about Writing Horror Fiction
Today I am chatting to Racheal Watson who is taking TikTok by storm and growing followers at a phenomenal rate. She shares her hints and tips for using TikTok effectively as an author.
Entering Literary Awards

Entering Literary Awards

2022-07-2001:01:46

Today I chat to Peter Burnett, CEO of Leamington Books, an Edinburgh based publisher house. One of the books he publishes has been long listed for the McIlvaney Prize, a major literary award for crime writers. What does this mean to both the publisher and the writer? 
Writing Portal Fantasy

Writing Portal Fantasy

2022-07-1323:05

Today I'm chatting to Stephanie DosSantos about Writing Portal Fantasy. Maybe it's time to explore a different genre. 
Today I chat to Scottish author, Val Penny, about the why and how of changing publishers. valpenny.com
I've now been on TikTok for six months, so today I talk about what I've learned in that time. Trust me it's a lot. There have been a lot of changes even in the short time I've been there. is it worth doing? heck yes. Listen to find out why I think so and to find out the best ways to use TikTok
Today I chat to award winning children's writer and illustrator, Sylva Fae about writing amd marketing children's books. Find out more about SylvaAmazon author.to/SylvaFaeFacebook https://www.facebook.com/SylvaFaeTiktok @sylvafae54Instagram @sylvafae
This week I chat to Marisa Noelle to get her unique perspective on working with a literary agent. We discuss the highs and lows as well as the real time benefits of working with a literary agent. You  can find her at marisanoelle.com
Today I talk to Caroline Dunford about her experience of working with a literary agent. You can find out more about Caroline atWebsite: https://caroline-dunford.squarespace.comTwitter: @verdandiweaves
Following last week's excellent episode about working with a literary Agent I wanted to give my persecutive of working with an agent. What are the author's responsibilities and what do they need to think about before signing with an agent?
Today I am chatting to Amy Collins a literary agent from Talcott Notch Literary Services about working with an agent. We find out where they fit into the publishing ecosystem, what they do and don't do for authors and how authors and agents can work most effectively together. You can learn more about Amy at https://amysadvice.com/index.php/aboutamy/
Do you find that time just seems to fly past and there never seems to be a minute in the day. If so, this episode is for you. It's jam packed with tips to help you manage your writing career more effectively and get more out of every day.
I've learned so much on my trip to Antigua but one thing I have learned overall is that you should expect the unexpected and embrace it. It will make your final manuscript so much richer and bring it to life. 
What is it like leading the laptop lifestyle and writing from anywhere in the world? Can you do it? Today's episode outlines how easy it could be and the steps you can take. 
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