Posts Tagged ‘interviews’

099I – The Novelization of a Movie: An Interview with Jennifer Dornbush

Episode 099I Novelization of a Movie

Jennifer Dornbush is a screenwriter, author, speaker, and forensic specialist. Today we talk about her new movie, God Bless the Broken Road, and the novelization she wrote by the same title. Jennifer says both the making of the movie and the release of the novel had aspects of a “broken road” as both had obstacles…

098I – Self-Editing with Style: An Interview with Tisha Martin

Episode 098I Self-Editing with Style

Today’s guest is editor Tisha Martin! Tisha edits for a couple of publishing companies, has private clients, and judges books for Writer’s Digest. Today she gives us tips on how to self-edit our books with style. She starts with characters, asking what we can do with our characters to help move the plot forward. Then…

096I – Diversity and Disabled Characters: An Interview with Kathryn R Biel

Episode 096I Diversity and Disabled Characters

Today’s guest is Kathryn R Biel, author of chick lit, romantic comedies, women’s fiction, and more – and probably no relation to actor Jessica Biel, although she’s asked that a lot. Due to a horrendous Internet connection that was constantly going out the day before, when we recorded the interview a second time we were…

093I – Victorian England Comes Alive: An Interview with Joanna Davidson Politano

Episode 093I Victorian England Comes Alive

Today’s guest is historical romance writer, Joanna Davidson Politano! But don’t be fooled, Joanna’s books have more of a Gothic, almost literary, flavor. If you like Victoria Holt, for example, you may well love Joanna’s books. We chatted about her latest book, the beautifully written and very fun (adventure and mystery as well as romance)…

092I – Writing Retreats and Classes: An Interview with Susan May Warren

Episode 092I Writing Retreats and Classes

The lovely Susan May Warren is back, and this time with writing tools! It was all we could do, the last time she was on the show, to stay focused on her new book and not stray off into all the ways Susie May helps other writers. So this show is all about her helping…