WRITER 148: How to research your genre. And meet Vanessa Carnevale, author of ‘The Florentine Bridge’.


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How to research your genre (and why you should), the counter-intuitive benefits of scheduling your writing, and fortune cookie writer gets writer’s block! Discover how you could win an animal lovers’ book pack. Valerie’s word of the week is ‘petrichor’! You’ll meet Vanessa Carnevale, author of ‘The Florentine Bridge’. Plus: why you should stay within your comfort zone when building your author platform and much more!

This episode is brought to you by Travel Writing at the Australian Writers' Centre.

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