Dec 19, 2020
In this episode I look at goals and why it's so uncomfortable getting from where you are now to where you want to be...and how you can make it happen.
Also in this episode I answer a question about whether or not it's bad to write more description than dialogue.
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Dec 12, 2020
How diverse is your bookcase?
In this week's #podcast I give you a nudge (and some resources) to read a little more widely.
Plus: a Q&A about how to #write with passion when you're a cool cat. https://storyaday.org/episode192
Further resources at the blog ^^
Dec 5, 2020
Sometimes the story we tell ourselves is as important as anything else we do. What story will you tell yourself in 2021?
Plus: a question, from Becky, about the challenges of moving from non-fiction writing to fiction
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Nov 28, 2020
What will it take to get you writing through the next few months? I have some thoughts..
Also: I answer questions about getting through the middle of a project and about conquering procrastination
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Nov 14, 2020
I often talk about the middle of a story as 'the muddy middle', but I prefer Blake Snyder's label "fun and games".
This week I talk about what the middle of your story has to do, why it's hard, and how you can make it easier.
James Scott Bell's Write Your Novel From The Middle https://amzn.to/2I9liuE