What can a champion-boxer-turned-CEO teach authors about what it takes to thrive in the world of writing? A lot, it turns out, as Héctor Colón demonstrates through his five virtues for life, leadership, and authorship.
For this episode, R.R. Campbell interviews Meg LaTorre, who happens to be the founder of the beloved iWriterly YouTube channel.
Summer drags on, and with it, uncertainty around the world. To find solace and certainty within ourselves and within the walls of our homes, we turn to four members of the writing community for their words of encouragement and inspiration.
Sometimes a book launch doesn't go as planned, but there's no need to fret.
I know it says "Just Me" in the title, but let's make this show more of a "Just We," shall we? Share with me what it is you're excited about, what has you worried, what you're tussling with; I'd love to feature it on the show.
Lisa Cron explains what it is about human consciousness that’s so wired for story, as well as how understanding these phenomena can make us better writers.
Author Valerie Biel returns to the Writescast Network to discuss the how-tos of turning one's book into an audiobook. Thanks to this episode's sponsors Dandelion Web Marketing, Lost Lake Press, the Chicago Writers Association, and Kill Your Darlings Candle Company.
This episode has it all: *your* takes on puzzles, Neighbor Watch, Part Two: A Trip Around the Block, a resolution to the Tent City Mystery, and some thoughts on Occam's Razor. Buckle up because the sass train is (probably) about to leave the station. Choo-choo.
Writers Rita Schunk, Joy Ann Ribar, and Rose Bingham share their tales of encouragement with the rest of the global writing community.
Who wears socks to bed? I know you're out there, and when I find you, well, everything will be okay because, if I can be honest for a minute here, I do sometimes, too.