The pen presses down on the paper. Words begin to scroll across the blank page. One day the idea comes to you, “This would make a great book!”
Join Cindy Kochis and her podcast guests as they share personal experiences and pearls of wisdom gained on their journey of writing, developing, editing, publishing, and marketing their written works of art. We will discuss various insights ranging from overcoming writer’s block to self-editing to getting books into the hands of readers.
It’s time. No more pondering the idea. Write ‘that’ book. Your words have power. YOUR story matters!
What Goes Into Publishing a Digital Magazine
How important is the writer's voice? What does a publisher expects from their contributors? What is the puzzle of publishing a digital magazine? Lisa Anderson, Editor in Chief of The Chews Letter, recently joined Cindy Kochis in the virtual Pen to Paper Press Podcast studio to discuss these (and more) topics.
A Meaningful Way to Market Our Memoir
Marketing a book we’ve worked hard to write can be very challenging. It is a part of the process many of authors would rather skip. Join Cindy Kochis and her guest, Rica Keenum, as they discuss a meaningful way to marketing books. Show notes at pentopaperpress.com/2021/02/writing-and-marketing-a-memoir
Trusting the Channeled Messages
Are you channeling the book you're writing? Do you hear voices, or see the events play out vividly in your imagination, as you write? Christin Bjergbakke joined Cindy Kochis in the Pen to Paper Press virtual studio to talk about her writing process.
Writing in the Third Age
It's never too late to write a book. Cindy Kochis spoke with Barb Parcells, author and blogger, about the joys of writing in her third age, the impact meditation has on her storytelling, and other pearls of wisdom.