Creativity coach Sarah Sadie returns to the r. r. campbell writescast to discuss writer's block and the inner critic before providing strategies to reframe and exorcise both.
You're reading that right: the first chapter of Accounting for it All is now available on accountingforitall.com! What are you waiting for? Read the first chapter of Accounting for it All here!
To celebrate the imminent release of my debut novel, Accounting for it All, I’ll be posting the book’s first chapter on AccountingForItAll.com on Thursday, October 18th! For now, though, I’ll share the book’s first line. Thursdays are my favorite days at Pornucopia. So what’s Pornucopia? Why is it our protagonist’s favorite day? What comes next? The answers… Continue reading First Chapter Reveal This Thursday!
Co-hosts Sione Aeschliman and r. r. campbell tackle conflict: what it is, why it's important, and how we can use it to fuel our stories.
Complete with prompts designed to get writers thinking critically about their own plots, host r. r. campbell analyzes the use of the Hero's Journey plot structure in a single episode of Pendleton Ward's Adventure Time.
There are now 46 days until the release of my debut novel, Accounting for it All. In anticipation of the book's release, today I'm introducing the world to its main character and her primary love interest over at accountingforitall.com. Don't miss the official character reveal, which is now live at this address! For more updates on the book… Continue reading Today’s the Day: the Accounting for it All Character Reveal!
Hey, everyone! The release of my debut novel, Accounting for it All, is next month! In anticipation of the book's release, I'll be doing a host of reveals and other fun pre-release events over at accountingforitall.com, beginning this Thursday with the reveal of character art by Maggie Derrick that will feature the book's protagonist and primary love… Continue reading This Thursday: an Accounting for it All Character Reveal!
Return guests Mel Gough and Noelle Nichols chronicle their journeys through the world of self-pub: what went well, what didn't, and what others can learn from their experiences.
Writer, educator, and MFA grad J Dimitri shares his experiences in and advice for Master of Fine Arts programs in creative writing.
I'm thrilled to announce I've been invited to speak at the 2019 University of Wisconsin Writers' Institute. The 2019 installment marks the 30th anniversary of the event, which will be held from April 4th - 7th in Madison, Wisconsin. Conference Director Laurie Scheer, who appeared on episode 033 of the r. r. campbell writescast, received… Continue reading Speaking Appearance: 2019 Writers’ Institute