The Writing Gym podcast is a writer's go-to source for quality information about how to finish, publish, and market writing in all genres. Not only does it give you the implementable steps you need, it's fun. No snorefest here. You'll laugh at the Quirk O' the week and enjoy hard-hitting advice from top agents, best-selling authors, and publishers.
Visit iTunes or www.writing-gym.com/podcast to hear these guests and more:
--Top NYC literary agent Eric Reuben. He's represented dozens of best-selling authors and gives writers step-by-step advice
--Entrepreneur Writer and Business Expert Jill Shiefelbein on how she wrote her book quickly and got it published by a top publisher.
--Multiple New York Times Best Selling author John David Mann on how to create writing success
PLUS authors, publishers and agents from all over the world giving their top tips. This is not a podcast you want to miss.
Ep 87: You’re Getting the Feedback Loop All Wrong & What to do About it, with Annalisa Parent Summea
In this episode, Annalisa Parent Summea talks with Andi in the first episode of a 6 part series.
In the first episode, we talk about feedback. Are you tired of getting cursory and/or unhelpful feedback? Are you sick to death of meaningless comments that have nothing to do with your manuscript? This episode will teach you all about:
What quality feedback is How you can get it Where you can get it
Ep 88: Gary Barnes
In this episode, Annalisa Parent Summea and Andi talk to Gary Barnes, a high-performance business and sales coach. He has personally sold over $280 million dollars in services. He spend this episode giving his top tricks for success. Don't miss out on his advice for:
motivating yourself growing your business savvy expanding your abilities find out what you want, and get it
Ep 181: Turn Your Passion into a Book: The Go-Giver Marriage Part 1, with John David Mann and Ana Gabriel
This week on the Writing Gym podcast, Annalisa Parent Summea sits down with John David Mann and Ana Gabriel Mann to discuss their co-authored book The Go-Giver Marriage. Learn about how to collaborate with a partner and let their writing take its own style. To get the most out of this episode, download the free resource guide How to Turn Your Passion into a Book, at writing-gym.com/passionbook.
Ep 180: Is My Writing Good Enough?, with Denise Cloutier
This week on the Writing Gym podcast, Annalisa Parent Summea sits down with writer and novelist Denise Cloutier. Learn about how to confidently finish your novel for publication and about putting together a query for agents. To get the most out of this episode, download the free resource guide How to Confidently Query Your Novel at www.writing-gym.com/goodenough/
Ep 179: How to Publish Your Short Stories, with Stephen Oliver
In this episode of the Writing Gym Podcast, Annalisa Parent Summea speaks to science fiction and horror novelist Stephen Oliver. Learn how to publish short stories in magazines and anthologies, how to sell your novel to agents and publishers and, most important, how to see your name published in magazines, anthologies and on the cover of your published novel. To get the most out of this episode, download the free resource guide, How to Live the Author Lifestyle at www.writing-gym.com/shortstory/.
Ep 178: From the Archives: How to SELL your book, with the Go-Giver’s Bob Burg
This week on the Writing Gym podcast, we’re pulling out a favorite from the archives. Annalisa Parent Summea and Andi Davies interview bestselling co-author of the Go-Giver, Bob Burg. In this episode, you’ll learn how to find a topnotch co-author, what the difference between work-for-hire and co-authorship is, how to write a business parable and more. To get the most out of this episode, download our free step-by-step guide on How to SELL Your Book at www.writing-gym.com/gogiver2.
Essential listening !
This podcast is fantastic and gives a lot of insights on how to keep up good writing habits !
The question answer makes me want to give it one star, but I bump it up for the description page drawing me in. Too much advertising to sell a service, none of literary business or actual writing info found to be new or beneficial. Except, maybe need to network and pay to play to get a ahead.
Love the questions asked on this podcast. It somehow manages to answer all I wanted to know