In Episode 110 of So you want to be a writer: The worst ways to begin your novel and things authors should know. Discover how to turn your “off” writing days into “on” days and how to refill your creative well. How a
Monthly Archives: May 2016
WRITER Ep 109 Breaking up with your novel, what to look for in a writers’ group and meet author Sue Whiting.
What really goes on behind the scenes at the A-list television awards ceremony? Well, a lot! And from a photographer’s point of view of there are many issues to contend with. Apart from the technical
WRITER Ep 108 Why you should consider writing longhand and meet publishing doyenne Marina Go, author of “Break Through: 20 Success Strategies For Female Leaders”
In Episode 108 of So you want to be a writer: The benefits of writing longhand and famous writers and their first word processor (can you remember yours?). Discover what “peripatetic” means and meet publishing doyenne
Are filters still relevant these days? When so much can be done to images in post-production, what filters do you really need?
Gina and Valerie discuss why you still need filters, which ones are
WRITER Ep 107 Do skinny pretty, writers get more book deals? And meet Sonya Voumard, author of “The Media and the Massacre”.
In Episode 107 of So you want to be a writer: Beware where you send your manuscript. Do skinny, pretty writers get more book deals? Discover writing tips from bestselling YA authors, how to speed up your writing, and
On location in Cebu in the Philippines, Gina and Valerie talk about the next part of their adventure and how to photograph in exotic locations. They cover dealing with the camera condensation that’s
WRITER Ep 106 Write bestselling books on your daily commute, and meet Natasha Lester, author of A Kiss From Mr Fitzgerald.
In Episode 106 of So you want to be a writer: How author of The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins, took four books before she really found her voice, how to read a publication to find out what the editors are