Best Novelist podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Moving From Hobbyist to Pro
 
Terry Fallis, award-winning Canadian novelist blogs about his writing life and podcasts his novels.
 
Amanda Erin Miller has been trying to write a novel for over four years with the knowledge that even if she is so triumphant as to finish it one day, there is no guarantee anyone will read it besides her writing group. Nevertheless there is a compulsion to write the damn thing. She can't help but shake her head at the sheer insanity of the undertaking and has concluded that someone who attempts this has to have something (or multiple things) wrong with them. Her curiosity about the inner wor ...
 
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Getting Published
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Getting Published is for aspiring writers everywhere who want to turn their hobby—their passion—into a career. I'm Peter Brewster, a Barcelona-based graphic designer; but deep down I've always been a writer. If you feel the same, follow me on my journey as I try to hone my craft and earn credibility as an author. Episode to episode, you'll hear the lessons I learn, as well as invaluable advice from interviews with published authors and other aspiring writers like me. Let's build a community ...
 
David Morley, Director of the Warwick Writing Programme, leads you through a series of creative writing challenges designed to help you develop your creativity and talent as a writer and reader.
 
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Front Row Weekly
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Interviews with leading novelists, musicians, film directors, artists and more, from Radio 4's flagship arts show, presented by Kirsty Lang and John Wilson. Front Row is broadcast on BBC Radio 4 each weekday evening at 7.15 - 7.45pm
 
We release weekly interviews with awesome storytellers ranging from novelists to screenwriters to TV producers. Topics cover how-to's, writing advice, craft tips for writers, career nuggets, and the highs and lows of being a storyteller. We are a safe space for listeners to absorb information and learn in a way that'll shake up their creative routine. Our community welcomes each storyteller and writer and aims to make them feel less alone.
 
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Writerly
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Bestselling and award winning writers Danielle Trussoni and Walter Kirn host the WRITERLY podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the real lives of working writers. From getting and firing an agent, to book publicity, to contracts, to working with an editor, to writing your first draft-- Writerly will cover it all. To learn more about the podcast, please visit us at http://writerly.libsyn.com. Follow Danielle and Walter at @danitrussoni and @walterkirn.
 
Francesca Rheannon talks to writers of all genres about matters that move us and make us think.
 
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Let's Talk Novels
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STEP INTO MY WORKSHOP where I have been writing and publishing novels full-time since 1993. Let me say up front: this podcast isn't for just anyone. If you're looking to be entertained, or you just want to hang out and shoot the breeze with a bunch of novelists, there are a number of other podcasts that do that. But if you're serious about learning the craft of writing and publishing fiction, you're in the right place. (Just to be clear -- we'll have a great time! When it comes to writing no ...
 
Host J. Robert Lennon interviews writers visiting Cornell University as part of the Barbara and David Zalaznick Reading Series, including George Saunders, Junot Diaz, Lydia Davis, Charles Simic, Claudia Emerson, Nicholson Baker, Téa Obreht, Jonathan Franzen, Heather McHugh, and many more.
 
Stories and Sound Design by Joe Stracci. I leave a lot out when I tell the truth.
 
Allan Gregg in Conversation presents in-depth conversations with some of the world's most prominent authors, artists, and cutting-edge thinkers. Allan Gregg in Conversation airs Fridays at 10:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
 
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Scripts & Scribes
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The free writing resource website created for writers, by writers.
 
Author and novelist David Wallace Fleming publishes original humor, science fiction and fantasy short stories. Subscribe for a variety of free, serialized audiobooks of short fiction. For more info on the author, visit http://davidwallacefleming.com
 
The Turtle Book Club is a podcast for people who love to wander through books. Come and get lost with comedian Bisha K Ali & researcher Sadaf Fahim. Leave pretentiousness at the door. There are no stupid questions except "Are there stupid questions?" If you like sweary, wonky thinking and joy - you're in the right place.
 
The League of Unextraordinary Gentlemen is a Michigan based writers group. This is the podcast where two guys who never have published anything talk about writing, and the world of publishing.
 
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Heena Rathore
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Fiction Writing with Author Heena is a Fiction Writing Podcast series where Crime & Thriller author Heena Rathore P. shares the basics of Fiction Writing or Creative Writing. These podcasts are a short and to-the-point collection of all the knowledge she has acquired in getting her novels successfully published. She mentors new writers and helps them by giving constructive feedback. She also answers queries related to writing, publishing and social media.Heena Rathore Pardeshi is a novelist, ...
 
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Crime Writers On...
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True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture roundtable with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @crimewriterson. Find us on Facebook facebook.com/crimewritersonserial. Email the show at crime ...
 
Lessons in creative writing from a ghostly array of great novelists, poets and playwrights such as Ted Hughes, W.B. Yeats and Allen Ginsberg. Presented by Cathy FitzGerald.
 
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TALKING POLITICS
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Corbyn! Trump! Brexit! Politics has never been more unpredictable, more alarming or more interesting. TALKING POLITICS is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. Each Thursday, in Cambridge, David Runciman will talk to his regular panel along with novelists, comedians, historians, philosophers - and even a few politicians - and ask them what they think is going on... Democracy is feeling the strain everywhere. What might happen next? How bad could it get? As it unfolds, TALKING POLIT ...
 
Poet, playwright and novelist, Simon Armitage was elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford University in 2015. This series features his public engagements.Series image credit Paul Wolfgang Webster.
 
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I Have to Ask
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As Slate’s resident interrogator, Isaac Chotiner has tangled with Newt Gingrich and gotten personal with novelist Jonathan Franzen. Now he’s bringing his pointed and smart interview style to the new podcast “I Have to Ask.” Isaac will talk one-on-one with newsmakers, celebrities, and cultural icons to help us better understand them and our world.
 
Author Sven Ericsson discusses his writing process, gives clips of his work, and discusses various topics - from his "extreme centrist" political views to general observations about life. Sometimes witty, sometimes serious. Often sublime.
 
Monthly series in which historical novelist Sarah Dunant delves into the past for stories and moments that help frame the present, bringing to life worlds that span the centuries.
 
This is a collection of short stories by Fyodor Dostoevsky, the Russian novelist and short story writer. (Summary by sidhu177)
 
In 1914, at the age of 51, the novelist and poet May Sinclair volunteered to leave the comforts of England to go to the Western Front, joining the Munro Ambulance Corps ministering to wounded Belgian soldiers in Flanders. Her experiences in the Great War, brief and traumatizing as they were, permeated the prose and poetry she wrote after this time. Witness of great human pain and tragedy, Sinclair was in serious danger of her life on multiple occasions. This journal makes no attempt to be an ...
 
ArtSeesDiner Radio is a part of ArtSees Productions and home of Steve and Mary E. ArtSees Diner brings you musicians, authors, thinkers, and dreamers. At ArtSees Diner you will find special guests in each booth. Home of "Reck It Out With John and Steve" and other weekly shows. We are changing the world, One Song at a Time, One Heart at a Time! What ever you do, do not make "The Chef" wait!
 
Write Tea is a monthly podcast, hosted by Rahima R. Rice, that highlights writers in the Washington, DC area. Our goal is to expose our listeners to the writing process, through a wide array of talented writers at the height of their craft.
 
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Londonist Out Loud
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Londonist Out Loud is a weekly podcast devoted to life, history and culture in London, UK. Join novelist N Quentin Woolf (www.nquentinwoolf.com) and his special guests, as he peels off the skin of the city and delves into deep-level London, discovering new and hidden qualities of the capital. Recommended by the Telegraph and the Guardian.
 
There’s a reason the History Channel has produced hundreds of documentaries about Hitler but only a few about Dwight D. Eisenhower. Bad guys (and gals) are eternally fascinating. Behind the Bastards dives in past the Cliffs Notes of the worst humans in history and exposes the bizarre realities of their lives. Listeners will learn about the young adult novels that helped Hitler form his monstrous ideology, the founder of Blackwater’s insane quest to build his own Air Force, the bizarre lives ...
 
The living memoir of author Warren Adler. As novelist with 50 works and major movies including War of The Roses, Adler has a memory that takes him back to age 3.
 
Allan Gregg in Conversation presents in-depth conversations with some of the world's most prominent authors, artists, and cutting-edge thinkers. Allan Gregg in Conversation airs Fridays at 10:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
 
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Westworld
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Roger Roeper & Dick Ebert & Gene Lyons host a weekly podcast covering Westworld the hit science fiction thriller television series created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy for HBO, based on the 1973 film of the same name, which was written and directed by American novelist Michael Crichton. Nolan serves as executive producer along with Joy, J. J. Abrams and Bryan Burk with Nolan directing the pilot. The series premiered October 2, 2016. Described as "a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial ...
 
Sacred Truth ( Audio Version ) - Natural health and beyond will cover all aspect of natural health. From nutrition, natural remedies, herbs, organic recipes, natural supplements, tips for health living and much much more. We will give you the tools, techniques, information and inspiration to help you come in touch with the bliss that is your birthright and connect with your innate power for radiant well being, self-trust and personal freedom. The more you come to live your life from your own ...
 
Ben Settle is a diehard marketer, author, novelist, and self described "anti-professional.” His controversial perspectives on business, marketing, and the inner game of success will entertain, offend, or piss you off — guaranteed, or your money back. Listener discretion is advised.
 
Novelist, Brooklyinite.
 
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Radio Free Dystopia
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A podcast about what we learn when facts and dystopian fiction start to look the same. Join dystopian novelist Toby Ball, journalist Meg Heckman and assorted guests as they talk about authoritarianism, free speech, environmental decay and what it means to commit acts of resistance. Also: Power, privilege, freedom and – perhaps most importantly of all – hope.
 
Romance novelist Bernadette Walsh leads fun, relaxed discussions about romance novels with various members of the publishing industry.
 
A series of encouraging short podcasts about writing and overcoming hurdles, for first time novelists, from English author M. G. Leonard.
 
Hosted by Whitney Terrell and V.V. Ganeshananthan, fiction/non/fiction interprets current events through the lens of literature, and features conversations with writers of all stripes, from novelists and poets to journalists and essayists.
 
Novelist, lifelong writer.
 
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Open Stacks
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On Open Stacks, we bring you conversations with scholars, poets, novelists and activists on books that surprise challenge delight and impress. Here, as in our stores, the most seasoned of readers can once again feel a sense of wonder in discovering a book.
 
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Written In Blood
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Crime novelist Simon Toyne investigates some of the darkest real-life crime stories which have inspired pieces of crime fiction.Written In Blood Sundays at 22:00 on CBS Reality.Sky 146 Freeview 66 Virgin 148 Freesat 135
 
Your ultimate level of success depends on your ability to express yourself in a creative, confident, and compelling way. Whether you speak, teach, or write, the same underlying principles of communication will guarantee excellence in whatever you do. The Communication Guys podcast teaches those timeless, universal principles and applies them to all forms of communication: spoken and written, personal and public, platform and small group. Tim Downs is a professional speaker, communication tra ...
 
Author, screenwriter, graphic novelist and all-round geek idol Neil Gaiman discusses The Ocean at the End of the Lane, his first novel for adults in over eight years. Credited as one of the top living postmodern writers, and winner of the Newbery and Carnegie Medals, his works include The Sandman, Coraline, Stardust, American Gods, a Douglas Adams biography and two Doctor Who episodes.
 
On her weekly TV, podcast and radio program, author and journalist Laura Flanders interviews forward-thinking people from the world of politics, business, culture and social movements. The Laura Flanders Show produces 28 minute episodes on a weekly schedule. Recent guests include author/activist Naomi Klein, agrarian reformer Shirley Sherrod, novelist Arundhati Roy, economists Richard Wolff, Michael Hudson and ’Next System” theorist Gar Alperovitz.
 
Christy Award-winning novelist Jill Williamson gives away her stories as free, serialized audiobooks. Though she writes specifically for teen readers, Jill's books are fun for the whole family. Subscribe to hear the Blood of Kings trilogy, a medieval fantasy adventure published by Marcher Lord Press. For more information about Jill, visit http://www.jillwilliamson.com.
 
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Story Geometry
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After banging his head against the literary wall on various projects for years, aspiring novelist and screenwriter Ben Hess was desperate for advice and guidance. Leveraging over a decade of video production, filmmaking, and storytelling, he turned off his camera, turned up the mic, and started asking award winning writers their perspective on the craft and community of writing. Welcome to Story Geometry.
 
Weekly interviews with poets, performance artists, film-makers, novelists and storytellers. Rotating hosts: Nina Serrano the first two Wednesdays of the month; Jovelyn Richards the third Wednesday; and Reyna Cowan the fourth Wednesday.
 
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Listeners: Every Day Novelist is going on a brief hiatus. Listen to the audio announcement for details. See you soon! The post Announcement: Brief Break appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Roland asks: What’s the right balance between using dialog tags and replacing them with action? Are there genre conventions regarding this? Resources Mentioned: The Complete Book of Screenwriting, by J. Michael Straczynski The post Questions 507: He Said, She Said appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Subscribe Here! Simons asks: Are there any incorrect or inaccurate tropes that you just can’t stand? The post Questions 506: Inaccuracy and Tropes appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Chuck asks: Are there any grammar rules you think should be done away with? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 505: Grammar Rules…or Does It? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Charles asks: How do you believably write PTSD? The post Questions 504: War and PTSD appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! John asks: Any thoughts on the advantages and pitfalls of transitioning from nonfiction writing to fiction? The post Episode 503: From Nonfiction to Fiction appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: What’s one of your big “Oh, wow!” moments that inspired your creative brain? Resources Mentioned: Myths and Legends Podcast Connections Series 1, Episode 8: Eat Drink and Be Merry Connections, by James Burke The post Questions 502: Things That Make You Go Wow appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Today we have listener feedback on epistolary novels and the invader mindset. The post Feedback: Letters from Invaders? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: How much head hopping is too much in third person omniscient? Can this be done well? Resources Mentioned Dune by Frank Herbert The Silmarillion, by JRR Tolkien, read by Martin Shaw The Parasol Protectorate by Gail Carriger The post Questions 501: Third Person Omniscient appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Subscribe Here! Charles asks: How long should a novel be to translate well to a one hour long television episode? Resources Mentioned: Undercover Blues Radioland Murders My Cousin Vinny His Girl Friday Clerks The post Questions 500: Television Runtime and Novel Length appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: What are the differences between collectivist and individualist societies, and how do they affect the character? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Question 499: Collectivism, Individualism, and the Character appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: What are your thoughts on subscription models (akin to Netflix for films or Spotify for music) for book distribution? The post Questions 498: Subscribe to Read appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Today, I continue our series on deep characterization, discussing different aspects of personality. This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Deep Character 9: Personality appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: Is there a good audiobook market for short stories? The post Questions 497: Story Length and the Audiobook Market appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Feedback and reading recommendations from listeners Resources Mentioned Wikihistory by Desmond Warzel Miernik Dossier by Charles McCarry Anderson Tapes by Lawrence Sanders, and the movie The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows The Martian, by Andy Weir Letters to Zell by Camille Gr ...…
 
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: Is there an established formatting convention for written communications, such as letters, emails, and text messages, in fiction? The post Questions 496: Written Communication in Fiction appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Ian asks: How do you write characters having intense moments without them seeming out of character? The post Questions 495: Writing In-Character OOC Moments appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Caine asks: Can you talk a little about the “adder inner” style of writers? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 494: Adder Inners appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Chris asks: If your novel is tied to a historical event, is better to release on the anniversary of the event, or a few months ahead to generate reviews/buzz? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 493: Timing Releases of Historical and Holiday Fiction appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Subscribe Here! Ian asks: Do you have any tips on developing a “clean copy” mindset? Resources Mentioned: Hadrian’s Flight by J. Daniel Sawyer The post Questions 492: Clean Copy Mindset appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! JR: Do you have any tips on writing epistolary novel set in the modern age? Resources Mentioned: Dracula by Bram Stoker The post Questions 491: Modern Epistolary Novels appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: Is there any value to writers in analyzing language usage such as word frequency or average sentence length in their own work? The post Questions 490: Statistical Analysis, Writers, and Author Voice appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Ian asks: John Steinbeck structured The Grapes of Wrath like a symphony. Are there other examples of works inspired by or structured like musical pieces? Resources Mentioned: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck The Gap Cycle by Stephen R. Donaldson Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen The post 489: Musical Inspiration appeared firs ...…
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: If you’re a hybrid author, how do you decide whether to self-publish a particular book/story, or send it to a traditional publisher? The post Questions 488: Hybrid Decisions appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: How do I increase the variety of words used in my writing to reflect the wider vocabulary I actually know? The post Questions 487: Writer Solidarity appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: How do I increase the variety of words used in my writing to reflect the wider vocabulary I actually know? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 486: Expanding Functional Vocabulary appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: Do you have any questions you ask yourself to avoid stereotypes and/or tropes? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 485: Tropes vs. Stereotypes appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: How does the improv technique “yes, and…” compare to “scenes and sequels” as a technique to move the plot forward? The post Questions 484: Yes, but… appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: How many books should you bank ahead of time – write, edit, and prep for publishing – when you have a series of multiple trilogies? The post Questions 483: Banking Series of Series appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Caine asks: How do you write characters that are very much outside your experience? The post Questions 482: Writing Outside Your Experience appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Ed asks: Where would you go to do hardcovers for special editions? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 481: Hardcovers and Special Editions appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: What do you edit for and what do you rely on your first reader(s) for? The post Questions 480: How to Use Your Betas appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Charles asks: How much time should we spent on reading, writing, studying, and marketing? The post Questions 479: All The Moving Parts appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: What easy changes can I make to increase word count? Resources Mentioned Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb The post Questions 478: Low Hanging Fruit appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: If you lose interest in your project, how do you know if it’s the project that needs to change… or you? Resources Mentioned Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb The post Questions 477: Is It Just Me? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: How do I get young beta readers to give me useful feedback for my YA books? Resources Mentioned How To Get Your Book Into Schools, by David H. Hendrickson The post Questions 476: Working With Younger Beta Readers appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: When do you stick to realism and when you handwave for the sake of a good story? Resources The Martian, by Andy Weir The Fact and Fiction of Martian Dust Storms The post Questions 475: Pros and Cons of Realism appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Ed asks: Can you expand on negotiating? What sorts of things do you need to negotiate in the publishing industry? The post Questions 474: The Art of Negotiating appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: How do you know you need to learn more before successfully working on a specific project? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 473: Learning When to Learn More appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Celine asks: How do you pick great titles? Resources Mentioned Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco The post Questions 472: Picking Titles appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: How do you get into the mindset of an invader culture? Resources Mentioned The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams Paths of Glory The post Questions 471: The Invader Mindset appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: How do you decide how/when to make your draft better? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 470: Is This Good Enough? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Hi all: You are probably wondering where we are and when the new episodes are going to drop. Unfortunately, we are all pretty sick here with some kind of upper respiratory thing which has left us sounding like dying frogs. Once we get our voices back, we will record new episodes from the questions in our queue and start dropping them. Feel free ...…
 
Subscribe Here! Today, I continue our series on deep characterization, discussing internal & external Locus of Control. Resources Mentioned Shakespeare, The Works of Babylon 5 The Gulag Archipeligo by Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenitsyn This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Deep Character #8: Locus of Control appeared first on The Every D ...…
 
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: How do I know what I should work on to improve as a writer? The post Questions 469: Self-Improvement appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: Do you have any tips on timing projects so as not to cause either overlapping deadlines or gaps in workflow? The post Questions 468: Timing is Everything? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Doc asks: What aspects of the business side of things does a writer need to know to avoid being ripped off? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit The post Questions 467: The Business Side appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: Do you have any tips for keeping low energy days productive? The post Questions 466: Maintaining Productivity appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Caine asks: How do you stick to a genre structure, without spilling the beans? Resources Mentioned: Agatha Christie Robert Bloch Rear Window Best American Mysteries of the 20th Century The post Questions 465: Plot Reveals Through Structure appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
Subscribe Here! Charles asks: Is it a good idea to use a throwaway pen name for your early work? The post Questions 464: Pick a Peck of Pen Names appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.
 
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