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Episodios

  • #141 A Room Of Her Own, with Darry Fraser

    #141 A Room Of Her Own, with Darry Fraser

    12/12/2018 Duración: 36min

    Darry Fraser is the bestselling author of Daughter of the Murray, Where the Murray River Runs, and The Widow of Ballarat. We first met Darry on the podcast, here, where we talked about the research and writing of The Daughter of the Murray, and here, last Christmas, as part of our Summer Reading Series. This week we… The post #141 A Room Of Her Own, with Darry Fraser appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #140 Writing Life Out Loud: A Story Told in Real Time, with Lisa Messenger

    #140 Writing Life Out Loud: A Story Told in Real Time, with Lisa Messenger

    06/12/2018 Duración: 45min

    Lisa Messenger writes her books in real time – almost like a journal. Sometimes the results aren’t pretty, but they’re real. Messenger is an Australian entrepreneur, author, and the founder and CEO of Collective Hub, an international multimedia business and lifestyle platform. She is also an international speaker, best-selling author, and an authority on disruption.… The post #140 Writing Life Out Loud: A Story Told in Real Time, with Lisa Messenger appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #139 Writing Fight Scenes For Women, with Aiki Flinthart

    #139 Writing Fight Scenes For Women, with Aiki Flinthart

    26/11/2018 Duración: 55min

    Aiki Flinthart is the author of the YA 80AD Series (where the downloads went nuts), the Ruadhan Sidhe Series, Shadows Wake, Shadows Bane and Shadows Fate, and now, newly released, Iron, the first of the Kalima Chronicles. She has been shortlisted for the Aurealis Awards & Writers of the Future Contest, appeared on the Science Fiction/Fantasy Writers Assn of America… The post #139 Writing Fight Scenes For Women, with Aiki Flinthart appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #138 The Spiderweb Effect: How Writing A Book Will Grow Your Business, with Brian K. Wright

    #138 The Spiderweb Effect: How Writing A Book Will Grow Your Business, with Brian K. Wright

    20/11/2018 Duración: 43min

    Brian K Wright is the host of Success Profiles Radio and publisher of Success Profiles Magazine. Over the last 6 years, Brian has interviewed world-class achievers such as Darren Hardy, Jack Canfield, Loral Langemeier, Kevin Harrington, Sharon Lechter, and many more. A lot of people, when they think about writing a book, they think of… The post #138 The Spiderweb Effect: How Writing A Book Will Grow Your Business, with Brian K. Wright appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #137 Writing, Procrastination  Getting Things Done, with Geoff McDonald

    #137 Writing, Procrastination & Getting Things Done, with Geoff McDonald

    13/11/2018 Duración: 45min

    In the last 13 years, Geoff McDonald has read 550 books and written sixty plus Book Rapper ebooks, as well as over 1000 blog posts. And now he’s launching two books on the same day, Done and Project Done. McDonald has always been prolific, great with ideas and creativity, but not so strong at execution. It wasn’t until… The post #137 Writing, Procrastination & Getting Things Done, with Geoff McDonald appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #136 Allegory  the Australian Landscape, with DM Cameron

    #136 Allegory & the Australian Landscape, with DM Cameron

    06/11/2018 Duración: 40min

    Sometimes, it’s best to let a novel speak for itself. DM Cameron’s Beneath The Mother Tree is lyrical from the first page and deliciously unputdownable. It could be Cameron’s Irish ancestry, or her background as an award-winning scriptwriter, or never-give-up attitude, but her debut novel hooks us from the first page and keeps us enthralled.… The post #136 Allegory & the Australian Landscape, with DM Cameron appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #135 How to Build a Community of Loyal Readers, With Rachael Johns

    #135 How to Build a Community of Loyal Readers, With Rachael Johns

    22/10/2018 Duración: 44min

    ABIA award-winning and bestselling author, Rachael Johns, is one half of the duo who has been organising the upcoming Australia’s West Coast Fiction Festival, an event eighteen months in the making. The other half is Tess Woods. It’s shaping up to be one of the biggest events of the year as sixty top Australian and… The post #135 How to Build a Community of Loyal Readers, With Rachael Johns appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #134 Women’s Fiction Takes to the High Seas, with Tricia Stringer

    #134 Women’s Fiction Takes to the High Seas, with Tricia Stringer

    16/10/2018 Duración: 45min

    There’s something about character driven novels that has you turning the pages, feeling you know the characters already but want to know more. But what about writing them, with one eye on giving your reader a satisfactory ending whilst at the same time putting your characters through their paces and herding them all in the… The post #134 Women’s Fiction Takes to the High Seas, with Tricia Stringer appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • Knowing When It’s Time to Step Up Your Writing Ambitions, with Ber Carroll

    Knowing When It’s Time to Step Up Your Writing Ambitions, with Ber Carroll

    04/10/2018 Duración: 20min

    Told in seven first-person voices, The Missing Pieces of Sophie McCarthy, is a new direction for Australian author, Ber Carroll, author of eight contemporary fiction novels. Tightly constructed and difficult to edit, it’s Carroll’s most ambitious novel yet, and if the early reviews are anything to go by, a highly successful novel at that. Carroll… The post Knowing When It’s Time to Step Up Your Writing Ambitions, with Ber Carroll appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #132 What A Career as an Author Looks Like: 10 Years, 15 Books  Gaining Momentum, with Jacquie Underdown

    #132 What A Career as an Author Looks Like: 10 Years, 15 Books & Gaining Momentum, with Jacquie Underdown

    24/09/2018 Duración: 34min

    Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a career author? Jacquie Underdown has put in the hours and she’s starting to reap the rewards after ten years of hard work. It’s not an uncommon story. Underdown set about learning her craft through a A Masters in Writing, Editing & Publishing. Her first contract… The post #132 What A Career as an Author Looks Like: 10 Years, 15 Books & Gaining Momentum, with Jacquie Underdown appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #131 Kindle Unlimited or Wide, and Other Vexing Indie Publishing Questions, with Joanne Dannon

    #131 Kindle Unlimited or Wide, and Other Vexing Indie Publishing Questions, with Joanne Dannon

    16/09/2018 Duración: 37min

    There’s no such thing as an overnight success in the writing game – well, maybe occasionally – but there’s a fast establishing pathway to give yourself the best chance of a long and profitable writing career. First, it takes time and writing more than a few good books, preferably in series, followed by perfecting your… The post #131 Kindle Unlimited or Wide, and Other Vexing Indie Publishing Questions, with Joanne Dannon appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • Origin Stories, Myths  Dragons: How to Write SciFi/Fantasy, with Sherrilyn Kenyon

    Origin Stories, Myths & Dragons: How to Write SciFi/Fantasy, with Sherrilyn Kenyon

    07/09/2018 Duración: 48min

    With over 70 million books sold, Sherrilyn Kenyon is worth listening to when it comes to all things writing. She’s experienced all the trials that we’re familiar with and celebrated all the successes the rest of us dream about. Stygian, a Dark Hunter Novel, has been named the Best SF and Fantasy novel for August,… The post Origin Stories, Myths & Dragons: How to Write SciFi/Fantasy, with Sherrilyn Kenyon appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • How to Optimise Your LinkedIn Profile and Why You Should, with LinkedIn Expert, Adam Houlahan

    How to Optimise Your LinkedIn Profile and Why You Should, with LinkedIn Expert, Adam Houlahan

    30/08/2018 Duración: 35min

    Are you a scaling entrepreneur who wants to gain influence by defining who you are and why you matter? Checking your LinkedIn profile is one of the first things a potential connection will do before they reach out to you, and you need make a good impression. Social Media Strategist and LinkedIn expert, Adam Houlahan,… The post How to Optimise Your LinkedIn Profile and Why You Should, with LinkedIn Expert, Adam Houlahan appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #128 Name Your Poison: Writers, Alcohol  The Creative Muse, with Cassandra Gaisford

    #128 Name Your Poison: Writers, Alcohol & The Creative Muse, with Cassandra Gaisford

    22/08/2018 Duración: 53min

    Are you a grey area drinker? If your writing routine is anything like mine you go about the business of writing all day and knock off in time to do a little editing whilst watching the sunset and enjoying a glass of wine or two…or three. Imagine my chagrin reading psychologist and author, Cassandra Gaisford’s… The post #128 Name Your Poison: Writers, Alcohol & The Creative Muse, with Cassandra Gaisford appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #127 How To Self-Publish Your Book, with Alexandra Amor

    #127 How To Self-Publish Your Book, with Alexandra Amor

    18/08/2018 Duración: 37min

    The world needs your book, says Self-Publishing coach, Alexandra Amor. In the ever-changing world of publishing it’s easy to become overwhelmed and that’s where Amor steps in as she guides your through the publishing maze. Amor has been an independent author for over ten years. She’s written eleven novels and hosts a mystery podcast (you… The post #127 How To Self-Publish Your Book, with Alexandra Amor appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #126 What Readers Want in a Novel, with Book Reviewer, Helen Sibbritt

    #126 What Readers Want in a Novel, with Book Reviewer, Helen Sibbritt

    07/08/2018 Duración: 30min

    Writers need readers and one way to find readers is through book reviews. With over 800 romance book reviews under her belt Helen Sibbritt knows a thing or two about what makes a good book and it would be pertinent for the writers amongst us to listen to what she has to say. She’s what’s… The post #126 What Readers Want in a Novel, with Book Reviewer, Helen Sibbritt appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #125 When Australian Romance Authors Take on the World, with Alli Sinclair

    #125 When Australian Romance Authors Take on the World, with Alli Sinclair

    29/07/2018 Duración: 37min

    Australian romance authors are taking on the world with their novels. Hot on the heels of Natasha Lester’s success with The Paris Seamstress, Alli Sinclair’s latest novel, Burning Fields, will be available worldwide in November. Burning Fields is an historical novel set in my part of the world, Far North Queensland, and is touted as an… The post #125 When Australian Romance Authors Take on the World, with Alli Sinclair appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #124 Strategically Planning a Writing Career, with Annie Seaton

    #124 Strategically Planning a Writing Career, with Annie Seaton

    21/07/2018 Duración: 16min

    We talk a lot here at Writer on the Road about what it takes to be a successful author. Today, we’re celebrating the success of one of our favourite authors, Annie Seaton. Our conversation is short and it’s powerful as Seaton shares with us her journey over the last seven years. Here’s what it takes,… The post #124 Strategically Planning a Writing Career, with Annie Seaton appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #123 On Being a Real Writer, with Christian White

    #123 On Being a Real Writer, with Christian White

    19/07/2018 Duración: 31min

    It’s a question that bugs us all – when do we get to call ourselves a real writer? Christian White, Aussie author of thriller The Nowhere Child shares with us what it feels like to become an overnight success in the literary world. The Nowhere Child is White’s fifth novel but the first to see light of… The post #123 On Being a Real Writer, with Christian White appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #122 Writing For Your Life: An Indie Publishing Success Story with Bella Andre

    #122 Writing For Your Life: An Indie Publishing Success Story with Bella Andre

    12/07/2018 Duración: 25min

    Have you ever wondered how to become a bestselling Indie author? Well, here’s the secret: write and write a lot. This is from a woman who has just celebrated selling over 7 million books. Her other secret is to work really hard for a very long time. Bella Andre is the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly and Wall… The post #122 Writing For Your Life: An Indie Publishing Success Story with Bella Andre appeared first on Writer On The Road.

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