A podcast interviewing all different types of writers and asking one key question 'what's the one thing that elevated your writing to the next level?' Perfect for writers who want to learn how to improve their craft. Thanks for listening and if you like what you hear, please subscribe.
#76 – Tim Ewins – Write Through The Roof
Interview with writer and stand-up comic, Tim Ewins “It’s a good thing to write every day, I just don’t do it.” Episode 76 – Show Notes – Tim Ewins Prefer to write and read novels Writes during lunch breaks at work – with a monthly word target Four years to write his first book Coffee […]
#75 – Alison Littlewood – Write Through The Roof
Interview with ‘dark and weird’ writer, Alison Littlewood ‘History, folklore, ghosts and spooky things.’ Episode 75 – Alison Littlewood – Show Notes Plot beginnings and endings and pants it all the rest of the way Word count spreadsheet – 1000 words per day Obsessive about edits Satisfies the canine overlords before she begins a writing […]
#74 – Jon Black – Write Through The Roof
Interview with author and music journalist, Jon Black “You can’t do a one-to-one transition of role-playing to fiction.” Episode 74 – Jon Black No preference for medium but a natural geography and cluster in terms of word counts Mix of a plotter and pantser. Influenced by role-playing games Environment is important – quirky 24-hour coffee […]
#73 – Kristy Childs – Write Through The Roof podcast
Interview with debut steampunk author, Kristy Childs “How to make Sleeping Beauty an active protagonist.” Episode 73 – Kristy Childs – Show Notes Writes seasonally – starts in November with Nanowrimo until April Light plot outline but generally pantsing Fuelled by green tea Themes are usually concepts to be included in the work – e.g. […]
#72 – Violeta M. Bagia – Write Through The Roof
Interview with paranormal author, Violeta M. Bagia “Whatever you do, you’re only going to get better by repeating it.” Episode 72 – Violeta M. Bagia – Show Notes Writes every day without fail Early morning writing time is the best Nice pair of shoes are required to write Poetic and “prose-y” style. PTSD, new identity, […]
#71 – Debbie Young – Write Through The Roof
Interview with cosy mystery writer Debbie Young “Cosy mysteries are an antidote to the strains of modern life” Episode 71 – Debbie Young – Show Notes Short novels are her favourite form Journalistic background but mainly a pantser Writes a chapter a day in the writing phase Doesn’t always write every day. Needs to recharge […]
I especially enjoyed your interview with Toby Neal. Keep the excellent work coming!!
Great work Madeleine D'Este
Thank you for being unstoppable.