I would definitely mention The Writer Files at Rainmaker. Goins or J. Penn of your list. Podcasts are a fantastic way to gain new skills and perspectives for your writing. They can also help you to keep up with the latest industry news and trends. Thank you for the share.
Thanks for the list. Writing Excuses is by far my favorite. I love the format, and with only fifteen minutes, they get right to the point. Hi Jason, hope you find some new podcasts through this list. Come back and let us know which ones you listen to! This is a great list — thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the list Brianna! We launched in August and are 7 episodes in to our Season One. Thanks for giving it a listen!
Good stuff. Check out the extensive archives. Great list, Brianna. Thanks so much! Great list. Thanks for compiling it. I have been adding episodes like crazy! They talk about writing, blogging and freelancing as well as interviewing writers, agents and other industry experts. I agree. So You Want to be a Writer is my favourite podcast, full stop.
Definitely a must for all writers especially for author interviews. There are so many to choose from — thanks for compiling this list, Brianna! It talks about the art of storytelling and how to weave that throughout the prose. I have been really enjoying In Her Room featuring women writers from around the world. Some beautiful conversations where I often find myself talking to the podcast, or just nodding along with something that has been said. Thanks for mentioning The Narrative Breakdown, Brianna! We just posted episode 60, on writing quality dialogue. Your email address will not be published.
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Portfolio Life by Jeff Goins Well-known author Jeff Goins hosts this podcast about life, collective work and artistry. The Creative Penn Podcast Author Joanna Penn covers many topics related to writing, including publishing, developing your craft and where to find inspiration. Beautiful Writers Podcast Beautiful Writers Podcast features conversations with some of the most well-recognized writers in the world.
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Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach Hosted by writing coach Ann Kroeker, this podcast is designed to help writers hone their talent through practical tips and inspiring insight. Your turn: What are your favorite podcasts for inspiration or writing tips? About the Author: Brianna Bell Brianna Bell is a Canadian freelance journalist who focuses on parenthood, personal finance, and mental health. Filed Under: Craft. Free Newsletter. Enjoyed that post? Subscribe for more:. Diana Osberg says:. December 23, at am.
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Cecil Wade says:. Kim says:. Dan Thompson says:. Renee says:. One of the most popular podcast formats is to invite an interesting guest onto your show and interview them for your audience. We talk a lot about how to deploy this book validation strategy in How to Write and Publish an eBook with Tara Gentile. With easy-to-use blogging platforms, the Internet now makes this a very easy task. Your friends are already a captive audience. Ask them what they like reading about, chances are there are more people out there who have similar tastes.
Write your book imagining that your friends are your target readers. Of course, you might be embarrassed about what makes you laugh most, and it may not be politically correct. However, the more outlandish or embarrassing the story, the more likely you are to attract an engaged audience for your book idea. Maybe it was your best school teacher, youth leader, business advisor, or simply an older friend or family member.
Gratitude is contagious, and this format makes for an incredibly empowering book idea. Do you live in an interesting, vibrant city?