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Best J Daniel Sawyer podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best J Daniel Sawyer podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Moving From Hobbyist to Pro
 
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This feed aggregates the fictional works of J. Daniel Sawyer (The Antithesis Progression, Sculpting God, Down From Ten, and others) with the nonfiction works (The Polyschizmatic Reprobates hour, Dealing In, and others). One stop shopping for all things twisted - not suitable for children.
 
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This feed aggregates the fictional works of J. Daniel Sawyer (The Antithesis Progression, Sculpting God, Down From Ten, and others) with the nonfiction works (The Polyschizmatic Reprobates hour, Dealing In, and others). One stop shopping for all things twisted - not suitable for children.
 
An old café, an even older legend and a new threat. When Isabelle’s secret past returns to haunt her nightmares, she must take action to protect her family from a threat that is closer than she realises. Set within the traditional Viennese café culture, "The Coffee Legacy" (part of the "Wiener Blut" series) is the story of café owner Isabelle Schindler-Krug and her role in a struggle for power that stretches back for centuries. As she tells her sons the legends behind coffee and Vienna, it b ...
 
Podioracket Presents-Visionaries is a collection of short stories by Podiobooks.com authors collected by H.E. Roulo and Brian Holtz. The stories are a mix of genre from some of Podiobooks.com's best authors.
 
An experiment in short story writing. Award nominated speculative fiction writer and award winning podcaster, P J Ballantine and invited guest chefs will offer a saucy menu to listeners from the erotica a la carte kitchen.
 
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Today our gang struggles with cold temperatures and discusses mythology and philosophy. Resources Mentioned: Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell The Cat Who Walks Through Walls The Epic of Gilgamesh The Prince by Machiavelli Word counts: Dan: -2 Dede: 1000 Kitty: 0 Ben: 250 Tori: 150 Cumulative words: Dan: 20576 Dede: 6432 Tori: 3898 ...…
 
Today, Kitty’s the only one who manage to write anything, and the gang discuss goose chases, writing to market, and deciding what not to write. Resources Mentioned The Picture of Dorian Gray Propaganda: The Formation of Men’s Attitudes, by Jacques Ellul Goebbell’s Diaries Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book The Wrong Way Home by Arthur J. Deikman Th ...…
 
Hey, folks. Just letting you all know there’s a delay in editing today, so tomorrow you will have two episodes. And today, you just get this update. The post Quick Update – Episode Delay appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Subscribe Here! Today we catch up after a looong day of travelling and discuss the decisions some of us are facing on choosing which viewpoint character to use and whether to write in first or third person. Word counts: Dan 2881 Tori: 100 Ben: 43 Dede: 0 Kitty: 0 Cumulative: Dan: 20578 Dede: 5432 Tori: 3898 Kitty: 3679 Ben: 1148 The post Nanoga ...…
 
Subscribe Here! Travel days do terrible things to word counts–AND we have feedback from Melisa about evil protagonists and who she thinks writes them best. Word counts: Dan 1681 Dede: 710 Kitty: 0 Ben: 0 Tori: 0 Cumulative: Dan: 17697 Dede: 5432 Tori: 3798 Kitty: 3679 Ben: 1105 Resources Mentioned: Arthas: Rise of the Lich King by Christine Gol ...…
 
Subscribe Here! Today the NanoGang discusses what it’s like when stories open up, and we have feedback from Ed on anonymity and the mob. Word counts: Dan 1681 Dede: 710 Kitty: 0 Ben: 0 Tori: 0 Cumulative: Dan: 17697 Dede: 5432 Tori: 3798 Kitty: 3679 Ben: 1105 The post NanoGang Series Day 11/Feedback: Stories Opening, and Anonymity appeared firs ...…
 
Today we have a brief update from our participants, and Melissa asks about the etymology of contractions. Resources Mentioned: Inkheart (film and book) The Never-Ending Story (film) Word Counts Dan: 4116 Kitty: 718 Ben: 300 Dede: 0 Tori: 0 Cumulative: Dan: 16020 Kitty: 3679 Tori: 3798 Ben: 1105 Dede: 4722 The post NanoGang Day 10: Breakthroughs ...…
 
On the ninth day of our challenge, a writer has a breakthrough and our gang talks about history in our lifetimes. Resources Mentioned: 117BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed, Eric H Cline Word Count: Dan: 2300 Kitty: 1003 Tori: 200 Ben: 136 Dede: 0 Cumulative: Dan: 11904 Kitty: 2961 Tori: 3798 Ben: 805 Dede: 4722 Subscribe Here! The post NanoGa ...…
 
On the eighth day of Nanowrimo, we discuss story development, taking risks, and writing from character vs. writing from the mystery box. Resources Mentioned: Se7en JJ Abrams Mystery Box TED Talk SNL D*** in a Box sketch Beyond Good and Evil by Neitzche Monsters, Inc. Word Count: Dan: 1702 Tori: 698 Ben: 254 Kitty: 158 Dede: 0 Cumulative: Dan: 9 ...…
 
On the Seventh Day of NaNoWriMo, our five writers gave to you a discussion on ergonomics, art, anticlimax, and seven swans a-sw… no, wait. That’s next month. Word counts: Dan: 1423 Tori: 400 Kitty: 143 Dede: 0 Ben: 0 Cum word counts: Dan: 7902 Dede: 4722 Tori: 2900 Kitty: 1800 Ben: 415 The post Nanogang Series–Day Seven: Ergonomics, Art, and An ...…
 
On the sixth day of our challenge, we are pummeled by travel woes and fatigue, but some of us manage to eke out a few words before collapsing. Word Count: Kitty: 407 Dan: 277 Ben: 0 Tori: 0 Dede: -72 Total for the month: Ben 415 Tori 2500 Dede 6479 Dan 6202 Kitty 1657 The post NanoGang Series, Day 6: Road Construction, Travel, and Fatigue appea ...…
 
On the fifth day of our challenge, we write very little and discuss dialog and discovery. Resources mentioned: Children of the Corn (book and movie) Word count for the day: Ben 0 Tori 0 Kitty 0 Dan 0 Dede 2717 Total for the month: Ben 415 Tori 2500 Dede 4794 Dan 6202 Kitty 1250 The post Nanogang series–Day Five: Writing Times, Dialog, and Disco ...…
 
On the fourth day of our challenge, our participants have hectic days and recuperate from illness. We discuss improving word counts while cycling and optimal writing times. Today’s Word Counts: Dan 758 Tori 570 Ben 0 Kitty 303 DD 714 Word Count Totals: Dan 6202 Tori 2500 Ben 415 Kitty 1250 DD 2077 The post NanoGang Day Four: Cycling and Schedul ...…
 
Subscribe Here! On the third day of our challenge, our participants continue to deal with illness and breakthroughs. We discuss managing continuity in big universes. Today’s Word Counts: Dan 2058 Tori 780 Ben 415 Kitty 377 DD 0 Word Count Totals: Dan 5444 Tori 1930 DD 1363 Kitty 947 Ben 415 The post NaNoGang Day Three: Big World Continuity appe ...…
 
On the second day of our challenge, our participants deal with illness and business meetings, while others make breakthroughs. We discuss dialog tips and the Southern gothic genre. Today’s Word Counts: Tori: 1150 Ben: 0 DD: 0 Kitty: 350 Dan: 1136 Word Count Totals: Dan: 3386 DD: 1363 Tori: 1150 Kitty: 570 Ben: 0 Resources Mentioned: The Coffee ...…
 
Subscribe Here! The first day of our challenge sees power outages, illnesses, and brain freezes beset our participants. Conversations about tech, hot tubs, and the creative value of batteries abound! Word Count Totals: Tori: 0 Ben: 0 story, 700 developmental notes DeDe: 1363 Kitty: 220 Dan: 2250 on nano project, 1000 on other projects The post ...…
 
This November we go back to the podcast’s roots as Dan, Kitty, and a few of their friends – five writers in all, at different stages in their careers – each try to finish a novel in a month. Follow their progress every day as they tackle NaNoWriMo. Subscribe Here! The post Special Announcement: The NaNoGang Writing Challenge appeared first on T ...…
 
Roland asks: What’s the best way to set up a personal cloud for file sharing between partners? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 739: Home Cloud appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ian asks: Any tips on protecting your writing business from mobs? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 738: Mob-Proofing Your Business appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Dawn asks: Which publishing route – traditional or independent – is more lucrative these days? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 737: Traditional vs. Indie Publishing appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Melisa asks: How long does it take to recoup the cost of producing an audiobook? I know Audible royalty share eliminates the upfront costs, but I don’t want to go exclusive. Subscribe Here! The post Questions 736: Recouping Audiobook Costs appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Art asks: How much story should one plan for in various forms of media? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 735: Right Amount Of Story appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Dawn asks: What can you do if you hate what you’ve written, but your first reader loves it? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 734: When You Don’t Like Your Writing appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Melisa asks: Does social media encourage self-censorship? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 733: Self-Censorship and the Mob appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Roland has feedback on the pros and cons of cloud backups. Subscribe Here! The post Feedback – Cloud Backups appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Melisa has feedback on the writing styles of the old masters. Subscribe Here! The post Feedback – The Old Masters appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Dawn asks: What do I do if I don’t like my characters? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 732: I Hate My Characters appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Simon asks: Will AI speech tools replace audiobook narrators? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 731: AI vs. Narrators appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Simon asks: What are your thoughts on launching a new title in KDP Select? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 730: Launching with KDP Select appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ian asks: What are your thoughts on the different subscription platforms? Subscribe Here! The post Question 729: Subscription Platforms appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Simon asks: What are your thoughts on indenting or not indenting the first paragraph of a chapter? Subscribe Here! The post Question 728: First Paragraph Styling appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ian asks: Is there an audiobook version of Making Tracks? Resources Mentioned: Making Tracks: A Writer’s Guide to Audiobooks and How to Produce Them (2nd ed) by J. Daniel Sawyer Subscribe Here! The post Questions 727: Making Tracks Audiobook appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Tim asks: How do you do a quick and clean edit of a quick and dirty rough draft? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 726: Clean Edits, Dirty Drafts appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
JB asks: Every time I try NaNoWriMo, I fade out because I can’t focus on *just one story* at a time. What can I do? The post Questions 725: Nanowrimo Fade Out appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Simon asks: Should authors take time to periodically totally unplug? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 724: Should I Unplug? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Simon asks: What kind of preparation should an author take before unplugging? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 723: How to Successfully Unplug appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Katarina asks: Can you recommend any further reading on the advantages and disadvantages of having a high IQ? Resources Mentioned: The Curse of the High IQ, by Aaron Cleary When Can Having a High IQ be a Problem? – article in Psychology Today The Inappropriately Excluded – article in The Polymathic Institute supporting the 30-pt Communication G ...…
 
Today Edward has feedback on time tracking apps just for authors. Resources Mentioned: 5000 words per hour (Apple Only) Other Word Count Apps for Apple and Android Subscribe Here! The post Feedback: Time Tracking Apps appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Simon asks: Does the conventional wisdom that one can only truly learn by teaching apply to writing? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 721: Learning By Teaching appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today Mike has feedback on other read aloud features authors can use for editing. Subscribe Here! The post Feedback: Editing With Audio Playback Features appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Art asks: How do I prioritize personal and professional work, without firm deadlines? https://www.facebook.com/NobleBearArt/ Subscribe Here! The post Questions 720: Prioritizing Non-Client Work appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ed asks: How do I track the income from individual books in gnucash? Do I need different software for this? Resources Mentioned: 62 Open Source Replacements for Popular Financial Software Subscribe Here! The post Question 719: Tracking Book Sales With Gnucash appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Ed asks: The accounting software I use recently switched to a monthly fee model. Can you recommend open source options for financial management? Resources Mentioned: Open Source Replacements for Quicken or Mint Subscribe Here! The post Questions 718: Open Source Financial Management appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
JB asks: How can an author learn to switch story formats from screenplay and script to novel and short story, or vice versa? Resources Mentioned The A-Team Wiseguy Rockford Files The Tin Collectors, a novel by Stephen J. Cannell Star Wars,From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker (original novelization of A New Hope) by Alan Dean Foster Star Wars T ...…
 
Feedback from Richard on reading poetry in prose. Resources Mentioned Silmarillion by JRR Tolkien Silmarillion audiobook read by Nicol Williamson (YouTube) Excalibur, 1981 film Subscribe Here! The post Feedback – Poetry in Prose appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Roland asks: Can a writer revisit an idea in multiple stories, and keep the stories fresh and interesting? Resources Mentioned: The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum The Road to Gandalfo by Robert Ludlum Road to Omaha The Holocroft Covenant by Robert Ludlum The Scarlitti Inheritance by Robert Ludlum The Lady in the Lake by Raymond Chandler Night ...…
 
Herbert has feedback on the deliberate use of acts in classic episodic television. Resources Mentioned Streets of San Francisco, 1972 (tv series) This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit Subscribe Here! The post Feedback: Acts in Television appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Roland asks: I’m intimidated writing the first book in a series when I don’t know where it could go later, or if I’m ready for it. What can I do? Subscribe Here! The post Question 715: Growing Into A Series appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
JB asks: Can the Lester Dent formulas go longer than 6000 words or be used for mysteries like Sherlock Holmes? What formulas do work for that type of story? Resources Mentioned: Questions 599: On The Heroine’s Journey Questions 283: All About Pulp The Complete Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Thousand-Headed Man by Kenneth Robeson ...…
 
Ed asks: How do you know when you need to redraft a work? Subscribe Here! The post Questions 213: Redrafting Woes appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.By J. Daniel Sawyer
 
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