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It's the journey that matters

Episodios

  • #161 Mel  Sam in Orlando: Audio Matters  What You Need to Know For Your Writing

    #161 Mel & Sam in Orlando: Audio Matters & What You Need to Know For Your Writing

    16/08/2019 Duración: 15min

    Podcasts are the new blogs. And, as an author, the best way to reach your audience to promote your novels and stories is through audio. If you’re not guesting on podcasts, it’s time to start. Audio is king, is the key message we bring away from our Podcast Movement Conference in Orlando, Florida, as we… The post #161 Mel & Sam in Orlando: Audio Matters & What You Need to Know For Your Writing appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #160 10 Minutes with Sam  Mel: Tall Ships, Hamilton  a Research Sabbatical

    #160 10 Minutes with Sam & Mel: Tall Ships, Hamilton & a Research Sabbatical

    08/08/2019 Duración: 24min

    It’s time to write. And research. Join us as we enter the research and writing phase of our NYC journey. Let’s call it a writing retreat where we meet people who give generously of their time and knowledge with no expectation of return. If you love history and the gilded age, then this one’s for… The post #160 10 Minutes with Sam & Mel: Tall Ships, Hamilton & a Research Sabbatical appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • 10 Minutes with Mel  Sam in NYC: Living Like Locals and Dastardly Budget Discussions

    10 Minutes with Mel & Sam in NYC: Living Like Locals and Dastardly Budget Discussions

    31/07/2019 Duración: 21min

    International travel, book buying, theatre attendance and writerly adventures all need budgetary considerations if one wants to survive for an extended period in the greatest city in the world. Having comfortable shoes is also a good idea. In this episode we chat about the importance of keeping an eye on the budget on a daily… The post 10 Minutes with Mel & Sam in NYC: Living Like Locals and Dastardly Budget Discussions appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #158 10 Minutes with Sam  Mel in NYC: A Night at the Theatre

    #158 10 Minutes with Sam & Mel in NYC: A Night at the Theatre

    25/07/2019 Duración: 22min

    The writing life can be tough sometimes and this week was no exception as we busied ourselves attending two theatre pieces; Antigone in Ferguson and Mojada. You don’t need to know your Greek myths but it helps if you want to fully appreciate the political statement each piece makes. The intention of original Greek theatre… The post #158 10 Minutes with Sam & Mel in NYC: A Night at the Theatre appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #157 10 Minutes With Mel  Sam in NYC: Writin’ Along On Our Pushbikes, Honey…

    #157 10 Minutes With Mel & Sam in NYC: Writin’ Along On Our Pushbikes, Honey…

    20/07/2019 Duración: 16min

    Writing the road less travelled is turning out to be the path of our NYC ’10 Minutes With Mel & Sam’ journey. Exploring the greatest city in the world on foot, by bike, train and ferry is opening up adventures we never deemed possible all that time ago when we were planning our adventure. But,… The post #157 10 Minutes With Mel & Sam in NYC: Writin’ Along On Our Pushbikes, Honey… appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #156 10 Minutes with Mel  Sam in NYC: Bookshops Aren’t Meant to be Like That

    #156 10 Minutes with Mel & Sam in NYC: Bookshops Aren’t Meant to be Like That

    16/07/2019 Duración: 26min

    Join us in NYC to celebrate the creative freedom of being able to work from anywhere, starting with the greatest city in the world. We explore the opportunities in the world of theatre, books and writing, combined with travel, good food and the occasional drop of Long Island wine. In this episode we set the… The post #156 10 Minutes with Mel & Sam in NYC: Bookshops Aren’t Meant to be Like That appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #155 Never Give Up On Your Publishing Dreams, with Cassie Hamer

    #155 Never Give Up On Your Publishing Dreams, with Cassie Hamer

    05/06/2019 Duración: 47min

    If at first you don’t succeed at this thing called writing…keep writing, and learning, and writing some more. Cassie Hamer, author of  After the Party, has put in the hard yards, earning her Masters in Creative Writing, and then unlearning most of what she’d been studying for years as she searched to find voice. And… The post #155 Never Give Up On Your Publishing Dreams, with Cassie Hamer appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #154 Grand Narratives  Epic Adventures: The Real Meaning of Romance, with Elizabeth Ellen Carter

    #154 Grand Narratives & Epic Adventures: The Real Meaning of Romance, with Elizabeth Ellen Carter

    26/05/2019 Duración: 42min

    Welcome to the world of pirates, love, blackmail, ill-gotten gains, treason and trickery. And that’s on a good day. Elizabeth Ellen Carter is an award-winning historical romance author who pens richly detailed historical romantic adventures. Carter is known for her meticulous research. My husband jokes that it’s five minutes of writing and twenty five minutes worth… The post #154 Grand Narratives & Epic Adventures: The Real Meaning of Romance, with Elizabeth Ellen Carter appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #153 How To Narrate Your Novel, with Renee Conoulty

    #153 How To Narrate Your Novel, with Renee Conoulty

    08/04/2019 Duración: 44min

    You’ve written your novel and now it’s time to narrate it. Renee Conoulty is the author of novels and flash fiction that contain elements of dance, romance, and/or military life in a variety of genre – chick lit, women’s fiction, romantic comedy, contemporary romance, children’s books. She also has a book on how to narrate… The post #153 How To Narrate Your Novel, with Renee Conoulty appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #152 How To Boost Your Writing Work-Flow using Dragon Dictation, with Scott Baker

    #152 How To Boost Your Writing Work-Flow using Dragon Dictation, with Scott Baker

    27/03/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    Are you ready to ditch your keyboard? Scott Baker is an expert in all things Dragon Dictation. If you want to learn to train your Dragon, Scott’s your man. Scott’s official bio: Scott Baker has written dozens of books under various pen names and spent most of the last decade working as a freelance writer… The post #152 How To Boost Your Writing Work-Flow using Dragon Dictation, with Scott Baker appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #151 What Happens When a Software Developer  a Pair of Writers Get Together? with Lee Powell

    #151 What Happens When a Software Developer & a Pair of Writers Get Together? with Lee Powell

    21/03/2019 Duración: 42min

    Lee Powell is a writer and expert in technology. He works with Angela Ackerman and her co-creator Becca Puglisi at One Stop for Writers. He also created the Windows version of renowned writing program Scrivener. When the team collaborated, they came up with the Character Building Tool, which combines Powell’s software design skills with Ackerman and… The post #151 What Happens When a Software Developer & a Pair of Writers Get Together? with Lee Powell appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #150 Career Strategies For Indie Authors, with Adam Croft

    #150 Career Strategies For Indie Authors, with Adam Croft

    11/03/2019 Duración: 45min

    Adam Croft is an Indie author and a counterpoint to anyone who says you can’t make a living through Indie publishing. He’s sold more than 1.5 million books and once bumped J.K. Rowling off the USA Today bestseller list. His ‘Knight and Culverhouse’ thrillers have sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide, and his Kempston Hardwick… The post #150 Career Strategies For Indie Authors, with Adam Croft appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #149 Asking Big Questions: Writing The Landscape Novel, with Karen Viggers

    #149 Asking Big Questions: Writing The Landscape Novel, with Karen Viggers

    06/03/2019 Duración: 45min

    Karen Viggers is the award winning, internationally bestselling author of four novels, including her new release, The Orchardist’s Daughter. She writes contemporary realist fiction set in Australian landscapes, and her work explores connection with the bush, grief and loss, healing in nature, death, family, marriage and friendship. During our conversation, we discuss the following: the… The post #149 Asking Big Questions: Writing The Landscape Novel, with Karen Viggers appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #148 From Traditionally Published To Indie: A Success Story, with Keri Arthur

    #148 From Traditionally Published To Indie: A Success Story, with Keri Arthur

    25/02/2019 Duración: 39min

    I’ve always trusted myself. I’ve always written what I want to write and gone in the direction I want to. I’ve never actually had much input from the publishers that way. So that really hasn’t changed. I’m still using the same beta writer that I always have. I’m still with my same crit. group so… The post #148 From Traditionally Published To Indie: A Success Story, with Keri Arthur appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #147 How to Cut Through The Noise  Win Google Love Using SEO, with Kate Toon

    #147 How to Cut Through The Noise & Win Google Love Using SEO, with Kate Toon

    21/02/2019 Duración: 48min

    “With small businesses, their greatest assets are all the other people in their network, and leveraging that can lead to big gains.” Kate Toon is an award-winning SEO copywriter and SEO consultant with over two decades of experience in all things advertising, digital and writing. She is the founder of The Clever Copywriting School and The Recipe for… The post #147 How to Cut Through The Noise & Win Google Love Using SEO, with Kate Toon appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #146 Boundless: From Indie Brand to Indie Movement, with Michael Evans

    #146 Boundless: From Indie Brand to Indie Movement, with Michael Evans

    12/02/2019 Duración: 44min

    This week’s podcast showcases up and coming Indie author, Michael Evans, and coincides with the launch of the Indie Issue of Author Success Stories Magazine. Find out more here. Michael Evans is a young adult author and futurist. He’s an up and coming Indie author, following in the footsteps of the likes of Adam Croft,… The post #146 Boundless: From Indie Brand to Indie Movement, with Michael Evans appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #145 How to Create Characters That Resonate With Your Readers, with Angela Ackerman

    #145 How to Create Characters That Resonate With Your Readers, with Angela Ackerman

    05/02/2019 Duración: 38min

    Angela Ackerman is a writing coach, international speaker and co-author of six best-selling books with the latest one the updated Emotion Thesaurus: a Writer’s Guide to Character Expression. Angela is an international speaker and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also enjoys dreaming up new tools and resources for One Stop… The post #145 How to Create Characters That Resonate With Your Readers, with Angela Ackerman appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #144 Out of Africa: Telling the Story That Wants to Be Told, with TM Clark

    #144 Out of Africa: Telling the Story That Wants to Be Told, with TM Clark

    29/01/2019 Duración: 49min

    Born in Zimbabwe, T.M. Clark completed her primary school years at boarding school in Bulawayo, but on weekends and holidays she explored their family ranch in Nyamandhlovu, normally on the back of her horse. Her teenage years were totally different to her idyllic childhood. After her father died, the family of five women moved to… The post #144 Out of Africa: Telling the Story That Wants to Be Told, with TM Clark appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #143 Do You Need An Agent? The Business of Being a Writer, with Haylee Nash

    #143 Do You Need An Agent? The Business of Being a Writer, with Haylee Nash

    23/01/2019 Duración: 44min

    Ever wondered whether you’re better to strike out on your own  with your writing career, pitch directly to publishers or hire an agent? Haylee Nash, of The Nash Agency, outlines the pros and cons of each option, demystifying the publishing cycle in the process. But be warned, after listening to Nash, you’ll be hard pressed… The post #143 Do You Need An Agent? The Business of Being a Writer, with Haylee Nash appeared first on Writer On The Road.

  • #142 The Magic of Being a Writer, with Belinda Alexandra

    #142 The Magic of Being a Writer, with Belinda Alexandra

    27/12/2018 Duración: 44min

    One of the joys of being a writer is sinking into the research abyss: events, characters, society, music, language and culture, reading books of the period, interior design, cookbooks, and the list goes on. Belinda Alexandra writes historical and historical/contemporary fiction novels set in exotic locations with the latest being The Invitation, a gilded age… The post #142 The Magic of Being a Writer, with Belinda Alexandra appeared first on Writer On The Road.

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