Posts Tagged ‘interviews’

068I – Plot Gardening: An Interview with Chris Fox

Episode 068I Plot Gardening - An Interview with Chris Fox

Chris Fox is the author of his newest book, Plot Gardening, as well as Write to Market, 5000 Words Per Hour, and his latest favorite series, the Magitech Chronicles. He has been a full-time indie author since 2016, and spends his free time hiking, and making stuff up. In today’s episode, Chris explains how his…

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065I – The First Five Pages: An Interview with Laura Drake

Episode 065I The First Five Pages

Explicit Warning for this episode Award-winning author Laura Drake shares with us what she’s learned about making the first five pages of your novel the absolute best they can be from her years working with an editor in traditional publishing. She’s currently writing for Grand Central. Among the tips she offers: People come to books…

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062I – Screenwriting Tips From the Experts: An Interview with Lee and Janet Scott Batchler

Episode 062I Screenwriting Tips From the Experts

Lee Batchler and Janet Scott Batchler are the writers of POMPEII, SMOKE AND MIRRORS, and BATMAN FOREVER, among many other projects. They have recently moved into producing, with Executive Producer credits on a movie to be released in 2018. In addition, Janet is a writing professor at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic…

059I – Stretches and Exercises for Writers: An Interview with Bonnie DePue

Episode 059I Stretches and Exercises for Writers

Last week’s guest is back for an encore presentation to give us some stretches and exercises we can do to feel better and have better brain function while we sit and type! Bonnie DePue is an Occupational Therapist, therapeutic riding instructor, and owner and founder of CHUM Therapeutic Riding in Dansville, Michigan, in the United…

053I – Writing Historicals Set in WWII: An Interview with Sarah Sundin

Episode 053I Writing Historicals Set in WWII

Author Sarah Sundin just published her tenth historical romance novel set in World War II. Why such a niche period? She’s heard so many stories from family members that the period just seemed right for her. With so many books in the same era, Sarah is known as a WWII author now. It’s become her…