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How to Revise Your Book: An Interview with Jennie Nash

EPISODE 224I Today’s guest is Jennie Nash, founder and CEO of Author Accelerator. Her book coaching clients have landed six-figure book deals with Big 5 publishing houses, so I asked her to come share with us her best tips for editing your book. This is the first of five episodes this month all on this…

Writing to Make People Happy: An Interview with Hilary Galanoy

EPISODE 223I Today’s guest is screenwriter Hilary Galanoy, co-writer with Elizabeth Hackett of the Netflix romantic comedies Love, Guaranteed and Falling Inn Love. (Note: You MUST watch the Disclaimer at the end of Love, Guaranteed – it’s hysterical!) Hilary shares with us how she and her partner and friend work together to write their screenplays,…

Blank Page to Final Draft: An Interview with Bryn Donovan

EPISODE 222I Today’s guest is Bryn Donovan, author of paranormal romance as well as books for writers, whose new book just released on Tuesday. Blank Page to Final Draft will take you through the process of writing a book from the very beginning to the point of having a publishable manuscript. Our discussion is chock…

Writing a Dual Timeline: An Interview with Amanda Cox

EPISODE 213I Today’s guest is debut author, Amanda Cox. Her novel, The Edge of Belonging, came out in September and completely captured my heart! Amanda tells us how, while in the process of getting an editor’s attention and selling her novel, she took a story told in a single timeline and changed it to become…

The Beginning and the End: An Interview with James Scott Bell

EPISODE 180I Today’s guest is bestselling and award-winning author James Scott Bell. We talk about two of his many nonfiction books for writers, The Last Fifty Pages and Plotman to the Rescue. From the first book, Jim talks about the Ahhh and the Uh-Oh types of endings. There can be a satisfying ending where it…