To understand how storytelling has changed and continues to evolve we need to examine it across all the art forms.
The measure of a great story is when we feel what the character feels. It’s a method that sounds
Small Press Publishers provide a great middle ground between the traditional and self-publishing options, however before you sign you can
Knowing when you need to improve your writing is emotionally challenging for most writers. In episode seven, we examine the
Every writer knows that their first chapter can make or break their story. You simply never get a second chance to make a first impression. So . . .
Knowing when you’re ready to publish can be difficult. In this episode of The Writers’ Podcast, we take a hard
What is the difference between issues of self-confidence and Imposter Syndrome? In episode four, we discuss these distinctions and provide remedies to become a more confident writer.
Which publishing approach is best for you? We run down the pros and cons of traditional and self-publishing and provide some insights to help authors decide which avenue is best for them.
Today, we take on the highly debated subject of writing a novel through “pantsing” or “planning” and consider the benefits and drawbacks of each.
On The Writers’ Podcast episode one, we discuss the five common mistakes first-time self-published authors make and we include some tips on how to avoid them.