How Do You Write? Podcast

How Do You Write? Podcast

I’ve really been enjoying Rachael Herron‘s “How Do You Write?” podcast.  It is relatively new, and up to 21 episodes.  I’m a knitter and had been following Rachael’s knitting blog for years.  In 2006, she completed NaNoWriMo and...
StoryShop Podcast

StoryShop Podcast

In contrast to the Self Publishing Podcast, which features the same three writers, the StoryShop Podcast is a compact and helpful resource. Length: 25 min. Format: a 9 episode series, not including the intro episode.  I blasted through these in two nights of walking...
Can Just Anyone Be A Writer?

Can Just Anyone Be A Writer?

Of course.  It is what Nike’s ad genius once said.  “Just Do It.”  I was recently in France and I was able to walk miles – in museums, along the Seine, into churches and past street booksellers. Yes, the book is still art in France and these...
Sunrise

Sunrise

Though I have been writing at night, after the routine of dinner, homework, bathtime, storytime and my evening stroll with the dog, I occasionally write early in the morning.  But I prefer to go hiking instead.  Sometimes you catch a deer crossing too. The conflict...
The Story Grid Podcast

The Story Grid Podcast

This is a relatively young podcast (less than a year old) and I came across it after the co-host Tim Grahl was a guest on The Creative Penn.  I absolutely love it. Tim is the aspiring fiction writer, who comes to the podcast after nearly a decade of launching writers...
Self Publishing Podcast

Self Publishing Podcast

I had never heard of these folks, but it was mentioned on an episode of The Creative Penn Podcast so I checked it out. I tried 2 episodes and couldn’t even get half way through the 2nd episode. The three hosts, Sean, Johnny, and Dave have co-authored a number of...
Sunset

Sunset

In my day job, I write a lot.  Thousands and thousands of words.  I am sure I have written millions of words during my professional career.  But when I think about writing for fun, I probably have not written more than 10 hours in the last five years.  Very far from...

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