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Novelist Spotlight is a gathering place for people interested in reading and writing great fiction and literature. This is where you will hear from the authors who write the novels and learn of their motivations, writing process, characters, struggles and successes. Novelist Spotlight is hosted by Mike Consol, a lifelong journalist and author of four novels.
 
Listen to Confessions of a Debut Novelist, hosted by author Chloe Timms, to hear from new and up-and-coming writers about their debut novel. We talk writing journeys, tips and advice and what it's like to be new to the world of publishing. Each episode features a writer about to have their debut novel published, covering adult, YA and children's in a range of genres. We'll hear about rejections and setbacks, how writers signed with their agent and whether their book deal was with an indie pu ...
 
Look! I wrote a novel and it got published - by St. Martins Press - a big fancy pub house. I know how to write. I've been doing it for a looonnnggg time. And I've been helping others hone their craft and find their voice as writers since 2006. So, I had this idea, I'll read my book - The Playgroup - and, as I go, chapter by chapter, I'll share with my listeners all I know about writing. So, have fun, listen to the episodes in order, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Support this podcast: https://anchor ...
 
Hey everyone, This is The Novelist Girl. I am a researcher by profession. But my love for books always make me read a lot of novels including motivational, fictional and various genres. So here I am introducing my podcast The_Novelist_Girl where I will provide motivational content in Hindi as well as English in my unique way. I will be uploading various motivational stories and tips and tricks to get best out of your life. If you want to improve yourself and feel motivated with a little talk ...
 
A collection of essays on 19th century novelists, both famous ones and those largely forgotten now. Among the writers presented most wrote in English, but three foreign authors are also discussed. Phelps taught a course on novels at a university and he added to those biographical essays some of his ideas about the importance of novels in the process of teaching about literature. (Summary by Piotr Nater)
 
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In the spotlight is author, editor and writing coach Roy Peter Clark, who is also senior scholar and vice president of the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, a journalism think-tank in St. Petersburg, Fla., and founder of the National Writers Workshop. We discuss: >> The Poynter Institute for Media Studies >> The art of x-ray reading >> “The gree…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I talk to Sarah Bonner about her twisty thriller, Her Perfect Twin. In this chat we discuss her whirlwind journey to publication, writing a novel set in the pandemic and her "murder wall"! Buy Her Perfect Twin: https://linktr.ee/sarahbonner Follow Sarah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sarahbonner1…
 
Today Simon has feedback on the sports episode. Word Count Gail: 14733 Dan: 8547 Pub/Bus Board Kitty: 220pgs edited, 1.5 marketing task, compliance 0.5 Resources Mentioned: Firefly Cool Runnings The post Nanogang Bangs On — Day 10 — Feedback on Sports from Simon appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Think you’re putting the finishing touches on the final draft of your manuscript? Hold that thought. Before calling your newly minted novel “complete,” employ the power of the “one paragraph rewrite” and see where it takes you. This episode explains of how it works. Novelist Spotlight is produced and hosted by Mike Consol, author of “Hardwood: A No…
 
Today Nichole asks Kitty about daily schedules and day jobs, asks Gail about the difference between writing steampunk and sci-fi, and Dan whether he’s a concept writer or character writer? Word Count Gail: 12776 Dan: 6952 Pub/Bus Board Kitty: 170pgs edited, 1.5 marketing task, compliance 0.5 Resources Mentioned: The Open Source Woman The Coffee Ser…
 
In the spotlight, the upcoming publication of “Family Recipes: A Novel about Italian Culture, Catholic Guilt and the Culinary Crime of the Century.” Novelist Spotlight is produced and hosted by Mike Consol, author of “Hardwood: A Novel About College Basketball and Other Games Young Men Play” and three yet-to-be-published manuscripts, including “Fam…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I talk to Mairi Chong about her crime novel, Death By Appointment, the first in a series of 7 books. In this chat we discuss the cathartic power of writing, how Mairi gets inspired by eavesdropping and why cosy crime is such an appealing genre in these uncertain times. Buy Death By Appointment: ht…
 
In the spotlight during this episode is Michael Blouin, whose most recent books are the novel “Skin House” and the anthology “The Group of Seven: Contemporary Stories Re-imagining Historical Canadian Paintings.” His forthcoming novel, due April 2022, is “I Am Billy the Kid.” We discuss: >> Establishing the writer’s voice >> The flow state >> Puttin…
 
My recent brushes with a quotation from Stephen King and the latest piece of writing from Robert Gottlieb holds writing lessons and fresh inspiration. The Stephen King quote is this one: “In fiction, the story value holds dominance over every other facet of the writer’s craft; characterization, theme, mood, none of these things is anything if the s…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I talk to Alison Weatherby about her YA novel The Secrets Act. In this chat we discuss how entering a competition lead to a book deal, Alison’s feelings about plotting verses pantsing and the benefit of a writing critique group. Buy The Secrets Act: https://linktr.ee/alisonweatherby Follow Alison …
 
Today the Nanogang talks about cheating at continuity… Word Count Gail: 10398 Dan: 4762. Pub/Bus Board Kitty: 120pgs edited, 1.5 marketing task, compliance 0.5 The post Nanogang Bangs On — Day 5 — The Luxury of Continuity appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.על ידי J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Leader board: Dan: 2760. Kitty: 80pgs edited, 1.5 marketing task, compliance 0.5 everydaynovelist dot com slash edn dash forums The Catcher in the Rye The post Nanogang Bangs On — Day 3 — Developing Characters appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.על ידי J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Leader board: Dan: 2760. Kitty: 80pgs edited, 1.5 marketing task, compliance 0.5 everydaynovelist dot com slash edn dash forums The post Nanogang Bangs On — Day 2: Taking Notes Can Save Your Butt appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.על ידי J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Word Counts Dan: 2534 Pub Challenge Kitty: 1 editing task 1 marketing task Q993: Using Foreign Languages Nichole asks: Is there a good way to incorporate foreign languages into fiction? The Journeyer by Gary Jennings Aztec by Gary Jennings The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco The Dragonbone Chair by Tad Williams The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tol…
 
Today we announce the January Nanowrimo. (Najawrimo?) and we have feedback from Simon. Resources Mentioned Batman vs. Superman Rogue One The Oldest Honorable Profession Questions 965: Marvel Vs. DC Isaac Arthur’s Youtube channel everydaynovelist dot com slash edn dash forums/ The post Nanogang Bangs On Pre-Show appeared first on The Every Day Novel…
 
There are lessons for writers in why most people fail to achieve their New Year resolutions — and why most people set no resolutions at all. What’s the problem? What do experts say is key to achieving resolutions? From a writing standpoint, what do you plan to achieve during 2022? Novelist Spotlight is produced and hosted by Mike Consol, author of …
 
Robert asks: What is the social place of sports? What served that function in the distant past, and what might serve that function in the future? Braveheart Disney’s Pocohantas The Patriot Suave Rob’s Awesome Adventures Starship Troopers (film) Free Solo Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy The post Question 991: The Social Function of Sports appeared …
 
Nichole Asks: One of my chapters had ballooned out of control so I divided it up into three new chapters, but rather than reordering the chapters multiple times, I’ve temporarily renumbered them as subsets of the original – 6a, 6b and 6c. Are there other ways to manage of your chapters while writing? The Clarke Lantham Mysteries Predestination podc…
 
In the spotlight during this episode is Jeff Matthews, a novelist who writes under the name J. Lawrence Matthews. We discuss: >> Why writing goals fail >> The book that changed Jeff Matthews’ life >> Developing a system for completing your novel >> How to activate the subconscious mind in solving story problems >> Jeff Matthews’ latest book, “One M…
 
Anne Rice wrote more than 30 novels that collectively sold more than 100 million copies. In addition to her vampire novels, Rice authored books such as “The Feast of All Saints” (adapted for television in 2001) and “Servant of the Bones,” which formed the basis of a 2011 comic book miniseries. Two of her vampire novels, “Interview with the Vampire”…
 
Simon asks: How can “I’ll give you one” work with sci-fi and fantasy, where there’s often multiple aspects of the stories that one needs to suspend disbelief. Walt Disney: The Plausible Impossible Protective Mimicry by Clifford D. Simak Dead Alive The post Question 987: I’ll Give You *One* appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Introducing a brand new podcast for writers and book lovers, Confessions of a Debut Novelist, hosted by Chloe Timms. In each episode, debut author herself, Chloe interviews new and up-and-coming writers about their debut book. Launches in January 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In the spotlight is Mur Lafferty. We discuss: >> Her three podcasts >> Her sci-fi novels >> Challenges she faced in becoming a novelist >> The Ophelia Network (her upcoming novella) >> Her writing regimen >> National Novel Writing Month >> Etc. Mur Lafferty is a podcaster, author and editor. She’s been recording and producing podcasts since 2004, a…
 
Nichole has feedback on the Suspension of Disbelief episode. Best Science Fiction Stories of Clifford D. Simak Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency by Douglas Adams The Complete Stories of Isaac Asimov The Adventures of the Stainless Steel Rat by Harry Harrison Soylent Green by Harry Harrison Cap…
 
Roland has feedback on the episodes Adjusting Your Future History on the Fly and Don’t Abandon That Future History! Resources Mentioned The Mote in God’s Eye by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle King David’s Space Ship by Jerry Pournelle http://www.chronology.org/pournelle/ The post Feedback: Future Histories and Jerry Pournelle appeared first on The…
 
Today, Herb has feedback on the recent episode on author burnout, with a unique solution to refilling the tank. The Ray Bradbury Challenge (from a speech at the University of California) Sonnets from the Portuguese by Elizabeth Barrett Browning The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats The Collected Poems of Robert W. Service The Complete Works of Robert E…
 
Charlie says: I plan to have the Heroine join the Hero in parts of the journey, but without a sexual relationship. How to maintain interest and tension in an opposite sex friendship without sex or romance? Black Jack Justice series page Black Jack Justice (book 1), by Gregg Taylor Encyclopedia Brown by Donald J. Sobol Henry Reed, Inc. by Keith Robe…
 
Nichole asks: Finally professionalish feedback on my short: they liked the plot but felt it had too much exposition. Is having too much exposition a hallmark of a beginning writer? Fairy Debt (audiobook) by Gail Carriger, produced by ArtisticWhispers Productions, Inc. The post Question 985: Exposition and the New Writer appeared first on The Every …
 
In the spotlight is Andy Ross of Andy Ross Literary Agency, a book agent who represents authors writing in a wide range of subjects including children’s books and commercial and literary fiction. Prior to becoming a literary agent, Ross was proprietor of Cody’s Books in Berkeley, Calif., for 30 years. Ross says he’s eager to work with projects in m…
 
Nichole asks: What is your take, is Sci-fi/Fantasy mostly a genre guys read? Will being a woman writing a guys’ genre be a detriment to sales? Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien Starship Troopers by Robert A Heinlein The Forever War by Joe Halderman Song of the Lioness by Tamora Pierce The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, by Patricia Wrede Memory Sorrow …
 
In the spotlight during this episode is Louise Marburg, whose writing includes the short story collections NO DIVING ALLOWED and THE TRUTH ABOUT ME. The discussion during this podcast is based on the article she wrote for Writer’s Digest under the headline, “Who Says You Need an Agent? 8 Tips for Finding an Independent Publisher.” Marburg studied d…
 
In the spotlight is Barb Howard, who has been publishing short stories, essays and books since 1993. She is a former lawyer who has been President of the Writers' Guild of Alberta, writer-in-residence for the Calgary Public Library, and editor of FreeFall Magazine. She taught Creative Writing at the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University, th…
 
Ed asks: What are some good examples of writing that sticks the landing? Resources Mentioned Lost Game of Thrones Babylon 5 Breaking Bad True Blood BattleStar Galactica The Sixth Sense The Village Unbreakable Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie Star Wars (Original Trilogy) Star Wars Prequel Trilogy Star Trek Original Series Films Back to the Futur…
 
Caine asks: I recently realized that I am conflict avoidant, and I find it difficult to put my characters through the wringer. If story is conflict, what’s a conflict avoidant writer to do? Resources Mentioned The A Team Magnum P.I. Quantum Leap JAG NCIS The post Questions 982: Internal vs. External Conflict appeared first on The Every Day Novelist…
 
Phoebe Fox is the author of the new novel “The Way We Weren’t” and five other books: >> A Little Bit of Grace >> The Breakup Doctor >> Beside Manners >> Heart Conditions >> Out of Practice Phoebe Fox is the pen name of Tiffany Yates Martin, a book editor who works as FoxPrint Editorial. Fox has been a contributor and regular columnist for a number …
 
If you want to hear what the voice of expert book publicist and marketing professional sounds like, take a listen to this edition of the program. Featured is Andrea Thatcher, publicity manager at Smith Publicity, a Cherry Hill, N.J.-based book promotion agency. Thatcher manages a team of publicists who contribute to strategies employed on behalf of…
 
Christopher asks: I realized after listening to episode 952, I realized I was writing romance novels in a sci-fi setting. How can I figure out my genre sooner next time? The post Questions 979: Recognizing Your Genre appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.על ידי J. Daniel Sawyer
 
According to information published by Good E-Reader, audiobooks have been experiencing double-digit growth for years running and will continue doing so for the foreseeable future. Market research analysts are predicting the global audiobook market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 24 percent through 2027, when the audiobook business wil…
 
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