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.
Journal to Novel: How to Turn Your Experiences Into Published Novel with Claire Fullerton
This week on the Writing Gym Podcast, Annalisa speaks with author Claire Fullerton about her winding path to publication. They discuss Claire’s methods for writing realistic fiction, how she built her writing resume and why no two writing processes are the same and that’s okay! To get started on your own publishing journey, check out our free resource guide that breaks down the 6 secrets to author success over at https://writing-gym.com/reallife/.
How to Publish Short Stories in Anthologies and Magazines with Hannah Johnson
This week on the Writing Gym Podcast, Annalisa Parent speaks with Writing Gym member Hannah Johnson. After finishing her novel in the VIP in under two months, Hannah is in Publishing Mastermind to revise her novel to publishable. This episode has great tips on closing plot holes in your novel, publishing short stories and getting your novel ready to publish. To access our free resource guide, click the link here: https://writing-gym.com/shortstories/.
How to Find Your Writing Voice with Dan Smith
In this episode, writing coach and author Annalisa Parent sits down with long-time journalist Dan Smith. Dan and Annalisa talk about the differences between novel writing and journalistic style. They explore the struggles and the successes of publishing and finding your writer’s voice. To get the most out of this episode, be sure to snag our freebie at https://writing-gym.com/journalism/.
How to Find the Best Writing Feedback with Barbara Pattee
This week on the Writing Gym Podcast, Annalisa speaks with Writing Gym member Barbara Pattee about what it’s like to come out of the shadows and write with pride. In this episode, learn about how community and productive feedback changed Barbara’s writing life and helped her discover her own hidden writing confidence. To get the most out of this episode, check out our free downloadable resource on community here: https://writing-gym.com/writingfeedback/.
How to Write a True Crime and Mystery Novel with Diane Fanning
This week, Annalisa Parent speaks with true crime and mystery author Diane Fanning about what writing in those genres is like. Hear Diane break down how she does her research, how she schedules writing and research into her life and why she loves writing true crime and mystery. To get the most out of this episode, download our free resource over at https://writing-gym.com/truecrime/.
How to Write Your Truth with Tasneem Jivanji
This week on the Writing Gym podcast, Annalisa Parent celebrates Writing Gym VIP member Tasneem Jivanji. Tasneem is celebrating completing her first draft of her realistic fiction novel and all the hard work she did to complete it. They talk about taking care of yourself while writing, how to find a productive writing community and how to find your writing confidence. To get the most out of this episode, be sure to use our free downloadable resource over at https://writing-gym.com/difficult/.
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