Monthly Archives: June 2016
WRITER Ep 114 Are you afraid to listen to your own audiobook? Is cursive writing now obsolete? Meet graphic novelist Shane W Smith.
In Episode 114 of So you want to be a writer: Discover which author broke through after four flops and the author afraid to listen to her own audiobook. We discuss if cursive writing now obsolete and more reasons to sometimes write by hand. Impress (or tire) your friends with the meaning of soporific and meet Australian graphic novelist Shane W Smith. Is Livescribe or Microsoft Surface better for writers and are you making these author blog mistakes?
Every week I co-host
Sometimes, you have to work with what you’ve got. Life doesn’t always provide you with perfect shooting conditions.
So, in this episode, Gina and Valerie discuss how you can find great daylight for
In Episode 113 of So you want to be a writer: What was the defining moment that made you become a writer? Find out why women are killing it in crime writing and the reason why essay writing services are booming. Impress your friends with the origin of the word ‘nicotine’. Meet bestselling children’s author Belinda Murrell. Also: when should you call in a freelance editor and why author manners are important.
What happens when you head to Sicily with a group of photography enthusiasts to capture a series of awesome portraits, combined with an unforgettable culinary journey? Well, Gina Milicia has done just
In Episode 112 of So you want to be a writer: Grammar mistakes you should correct, visit a book store with no books, and Chuck Palahniuk releases a colouring book for adults. Find out which six dialogue habits are killing your story and discover the meaning of milquetoast. Also: meet romance writer Kylie Scott, find out if it’s worth pitching to overseas publishers, and discover how to make an editor happy.
Sometimes you have to travel light (pardon the pun), whether that’s overseas or just to do a shoot down the road. Or maybe you’re just not ready to invest in a whole heap of lighting equipment. Well, the
WRITER Ep 111 What really goes on in an author’s day. And meet Steve Lewis, co-author of “Secret City”.
In Episode 111 of So you want to be a writer: Find out which authors took more than five years to write their books, why Judy Blume opened a book shop at age 78, and what really goes on in an author’s day. Plus: learn the meaning of “bucolic”, meet Steve Lewis, co-author of Secret City, and discover how to use Thunderclap for your next book launch. More advice on using unobtrusive speech tags and why being a good literary citizen will help you sell more
“I never have enough time!” It sounds familiar, doesn’t it? We’re all pressed for time and it can be tough to carve out a section of your week so that you can work on your photography. But the reality is