Ready for another podcast episode? On today's episode Rachel and I talk about writing spaces by asking: "Do You Need A Dedicated Space For Writing?"
It's Wednesday, so it's time for another episode of The Merry Writer Podcast, today Rachel and I turned our attention to good ol' Self-care and asked the question: "What Are Good Self-Care Tips For Writers?"
On today's podcast episode we shift gears to talk a little about being a reader and ask the question: "Do You Review Books That You Read?"
Today on the podcast we are talking about something I think almost all writers dread, but we're not alone, we welcome special guest author Wilmar Luna onto the show and ask the question: "How Do You Deal With One Star Reviews?"
Yesterday,(27th April) was Tell A Story Day so Rachel and I thought it might be nice to share our favourite childhood stories, especially those that were read to us as children. So this week's episode we asked: "What's Your Favourite Childhood Story?"
Let's talk origin stories, AUTHOR origin stories! In today's episode Rachel and I discuss our own writing origin stories by asking the the question: "When and How Did You Begin Writing?"
On today's episode, we are talking all about Book Covers. After all, it's the first thing a potential reader will see and so we are asking: "How Important Are Book Covers?" PS: YES I am aware that I kept saying "topography and not TYPOGRAPHY", give me a break I was having a rough day! :p
On today's episode, I was flying solo as host but I wasn't alone, as I welcomed author Kim Golden to the show to give her personal experience regarding editing her novels as this week's question we ask: "How Many Rounds Of Edits Do You Typically Do?"
In celebration of International Women's Day, that was on March 8th, we decided make today's topic all about female characters and asked: "How Do You Write Female Characters?"
When we create our worlds, we have to populate them and having all those details on a host of characters can be a lot to hold in your head. That's why we have character profiles and that's today's topic where we ask: "How Do You Create Character Profiles?"