Today we welcome a new guest writer to Writer’s Fun Zone, Holly Adams who is stopping by to chat with us about “Thinking of Doing the Audiobook Version of Your Book?” Enjoy!
Author: Beth Barany
I wrote one blog on the tools one can use for productivity before at and all of those tools still stand. They’re all great. What I found was that I used too many at once and that didn’t end up working well for me as I spent more time inputting and checking off than was necessary.
Recently I interviewed developmental editor, acquisitions editor, and podcaster, Sue Brown-Moore, for my occasional Ask A Writing Coach series. Sue and I talked about editing, how to prepare for an editor, and how to handle feedback from an editor.
Recently I interviewed novelist and Scrivener coach, Vanessa Kier, for my occasional Ask A Writing Coach series. Vanessa and I talked about the basics about Scrivener and she shared with me some tips and tricks. I hope you enjoy the video. You can also check out the audio-only format.
This Saturday, September 23, we’ll be running our Plan Your Party & Giveaway, a fun free event to jumpstart your fiction writing. Even if you can’t join us live, you’ll get all the party...
Today I want to talk about boundaries, so that you can get your writing (or editing or marketing) done in a way that works for you.
I save flyers and emails touting to only the benefits but the transformative magic of this writing workshop or that retreat. Many workshops and retreats seem to take place in exotic locations either so you have an excuse to go, or because the workshop leader has always wanted to travel there be it Taos or Paris. And who doesn’t want to travel to Taos and Paris?
Novels, J.D. Salinger wrote, grow in the dark. By that, he meant that true creativity comes from the subconscious mind, from allowing ideas time to percolate below our conscious awareness.
Hope you’re well and had a chance to witness the eclipse this week, live or online. I only caught a sliver of the partially eclipsed sun through the Oakland fog and it was marvelous....