Editor and writing coach Clark Chamberlain joins us tonight to unpack a process he calls masterminding, collaborating with a partner to develop your plot. We’ll talk brainstorming techniques, plot development, and knowing when to stop niggling and start writing in tonight’s episode of The Writer’s Journey. Photo: Per Lööv, Unsplash
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Today, we sit down with Charles E Gannon, Mike Massa, KC Ezell, Chris Kennedy, & Toni Weisskpf, to talk about a new series of novels written by a group of fantastic authors, all set in Gannon’s Caine Riordan Universe. Come join the conversation!
Normally we have these cool descriptions about the show topic and they tell you enticing things to click… But Lauren isn’t here this go around, and Kalene is such a genius this is what she came up with… Guess you’ll have to click the link and roll the dice! Because it’s time for another… WRITER’S […]
What do you do when you’ve just finished the hunt at the local grocery store for the perfect cut of meat and you’re all out of rub… Hit it with Coffee! After that we’re talking animals.
Need a technical advisor for your action and adventure story? You’re in luck, because we’ve snagged one for tonight’s show. Sam Point has worked in all kinds of fields, from PI investigator to rescue helicopter operations, horse farms and the army. While he’s worked as a consultant for TV series and movie producers, tonight he’s […]
OMERGERD Have you tried a chocolate covered coffee bean? Have you ever made them? From sweet and salty to tart and nutty, we then dive into dialogue!
Josh, Chuck, and Scott sit down to discuss how they battle the murky middle and anything else that happens to come up! Come and Hang out with us!
Reach even more readers with a bit of research. We’re talking military history tonight! Why is that important? Realistic immersion for your readers. We’ll be talking about researching for your plot, making rounded characters, writing kickass action scenes, and the utilizing power of Handwavium. Do you get dinged in reviews for seemingly trivial errors about […]