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#AmWriting
Why Can't I Finish My Novel? Episode 289: A Coaching Call with Ophir Lehavy

#AmWriting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 48:36


Why can’t I finish my novel?KJ here, and when I saw that heartfelt cry in our Facebook Group, I knew we had to answer. Because finishing is hard, y’all. It’s harder than starting. It’s harder than showing up to the page. There comes a moment in so many projects when the wheels are spinning but the Matchbox car just isn’t going anywhere.Ophir Lehavy is a coach herself, working with students to help them find ways to get their work done and feel more successful about it—so she knew the benefits of having someone else try to help you tease out the things that are getting in your way. There are many reasons for feeling stuck or stymied, but they often boil down to two things: feeling unable to take time away from other things, or being able to take the time—but not knowing what to do next. We talk about both, and drill down hard on moving from one stage of a project to another, when the rhythm and goal have changed and you can’t simply keep doing what you’re doing—and come up with strategies to get Ophir, or anyone who’s stalled out, back on the road. If you’ve got a coachable problem, we’d love to hear from you! Email us at amwriting@substack.com. We can’t promise to answer every email, but if your question is one that many listeners share and we can help with, we’ll try to answer it on the podcast, and we might even invite you on so we can really dig in.Links from the pod:Julie and Julia: The book and the movie.Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done by Jon AcuffHow to Write an Autobiographical Novel & Edinburgh by Alexander CheeJennie Nash’s Blueprint for a BookSave the Cat! Writes a Novel by Jessica Brody#AmReadingOphir: The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy LefteriA Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel AllendeKJ: The Donut Trap by Julie TieuAnd—got a burning question about a writing life issue? Something on your mind you’d love for us to help you with? Email us at amwriting@substack.com. We can’t promise to answer everyone, but if we think we could be useful to you (or know someone who can) and if your issue is of interest to other listeners, we might invite you to come on the podcast for a little coaching.Finally, KJ here with a little news about Author Accelerator’s Book Coach Certification Program. I’m in the middle of it! You might remember this bonus episode, where Jennie Nash and I discussed “Shiny Thing Syndrome” and I was dubious about whether working with other writers as a book coach was a great side gig or a distraction for ME. Since then, I’ve been trying on the coach role in a number of small ways, and I’ve decided to go all in. This program is absolutely everything you need to get started from the editorial, coaching and business perspectives. It’s also entertaining and inspirational and makes me want to leap in right away. Learn more at Bookcoaches.com. (Want to see what I’m doing? Click here.) This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at amwriting.substack.com/subscribe

The Trey Gowdy Podcast
Q&Trey: Who Writes The Bills In Congress?

The Trey Gowdy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 14:52


On this episode, Trey explains voting by 'We The People' and how it came about that people get the opportunity to vote on an issue. He also talks about his predictions for the Gamecocks and Tigers this year. Later, Trey breaks down the number of jurors in the Supreme Court and who writes the bills for Congress. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC

How Writers Write
Episode 96 - How Jenn McKinlay Writes

How Writers Write

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 41:00


Welcome to Episode 96 - How Jenn McKinlay WritesJenn is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author of several mystery and romance novels. In 2020 she published a stand-alone romantic comedy, titled PARIS IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA. In this interview, Jenn and I dive into her creative process and unpack how she writes novels.I love this interview because it shows the pig-headed determinism it takes to write books. Jenn is a perfect example of the what comes of focus and hard work. I want to take a moment to say thank you to Jenn for her time. And now, my friends, without any further ado, here is the interview with Jenn McKinlay.Support the show (http://www.howwriterswrite.com)

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Bracken Ray on Ole Miss Hoops + Travis Brown on A&M

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 102:47


Former Andy Kennedy staffer Bracken Ray joins to preview this year's team and react to some of what we saw in the season opener. Travis Brown joins after that to give some insight on Texas A&M

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour
Shugri Said Salh writes about learning resilience from her nomadic grandmother

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 2:30


Sonoma author Shugri Said Salh reads from her new book, "The Last Nomad." It's about the resilience she learned from her grandmother that helped her survive and all the twists and turns that her life took that landed her here in California.

The Jubal Show
Joe Exotic writes The Jubal Show from prison!

The Jubal Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 58:08


The Jubal Show kicks off the day with another one of Alex Fresh's Daily Vibrations, Pete Ekens aka Jubal Fresh calls to wish a 'happy hamaversary,' the bank helps The Jubal Show catch a cheater in a new War of the Roses, College Waxing Voyageur has a Dirty Little Secret she's been hiding from husband for six years, this First Date Follow Up proves that you never know who you're going on a first date with and Joe Exotic makes a celebrity appearance ... from prison!Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Look back, look ahead

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 129:18


Weldon Rotenberg is in his normal Sunday slot to discuss Dannis Jackson, a banged up offensive line, run defense and an early look at Texas A&M.

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne
Episode 2197 – Vietnam and NSA Vet, Tom Glenn, writes to cope with PTSD

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 11:30


Episode 2197 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a story about Vietnam and NSA Vet Tom Glenn who has been described as the “Most Interesting Man in the World.” The featured story appeared on WMAR, Channel 2 ABC … Continue reading → The post Episode 2197 – Vietnam and NSA Vet, Tom Glenn, writes to cope with PTSD appeared first on .

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Recruiting history deep dive + Friday picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 161:08


Weldon Rotenberg joins to take a closer look at Ole Miss Football recruiting over the last six years, why it was the demise of Hugh Freeze, the challenges Matt Luke faced and the difficulty of building depth in a short amount of time. LBs Greg brings us home with Friday picks

New Books in Biography
Samantha Durbin, "Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:13


A '90s time capsule buried inside a coming-of-age memoir set against the neon backdrop of the San Francisco Bay Area's rave scene, Raver Girl (She Writes Press, 2021) chronicles Samantha's double life as she teeters between hedonism and sobriety, chaos and calm, all while sneaking under the radar of her entrepreneur father—a man who happened to drop acid with LSD impresario Owsley Stanley in the '60s. Samantha keeps a list of every rave she goes to—a total of 104 over four years. During that time, what started as trippy fun morphs into a self-destructive roller coaster ride. Samantha opens the doors of her mind, but she's left with traumas her acid-fried brain won't let her escape; and when meth becomes her drug of choice, things get progressively darker. Through euphoric highs and dangerous lows, Samantha discovers she's someone who lives life to the fullest and learns best through alternative experience rather than mainstream ideals. She's a creative whose mind is limitless, whose quirks are charms, whose passion is inspirational. She's an independent woman whose inner strength is rooted in unwavering family ties. And if she can survive high school, she just might be okay. Rebekah Buchanan is an Associate Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in American Studies
Samantha Durbin, "Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:13


A '90s time capsule buried inside a coming-of-age memoir set against the neon backdrop of the San Francisco Bay Area's rave scene, Raver Girl (She Writes Press, 2021) chronicles Samantha's double life as she teeters between hedonism and sobriety, chaos and calm, all while sneaking under the radar of her entrepreneur father—a man who happened to drop acid with LSD impresario Owsley Stanley in the '60s. Samantha keeps a list of every rave she goes to—a total of 104 over four years. During that time, what started as trippy fun morphs into a self-destructive roller coaster ride. Samantha opens the doors of her mind, but she's left with traumas her acid-fried brain won't let her escape; and when meth becomes her drug of choice, things get progressively darker. Through euphoric highs and dangerous lows, Samantha discovers she's someone who lives life to the fullest and learns best through alternative experience rather than mainstream ideals. She's a creative whose mind is limitless, whose quirks are charms, whose passion is inspirational. She's an independent woman whose inner strength is rooted in unwavering family ties. And if she can survive high school, she just might be okay. Rebekah Buchanan is an Associate Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in the American West
Samantha Durbin, "Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:13


A '90s time capsule buried inside a coming-of-age memoir set against the neon backdrop of the San Francisco Bay Area's rave scene, Raver Girl (She Writes Press, 2021) chronicles Samantha's double life as she teeters between hedonism and sobriety, chaos and calm, all while sneaking under the radar of her entrepreneur father—a man who happened to drop acid with LSD impresario Owsley Stanley in the '60s. Samantha keeps a list of every rave she goes to—a total of 104 over four years. During that time, what started as trippy fun morphs into a self-destructive roller coaster ride. Samantha opens the doors of her mind, but she's left with traumas her acid-fried brain won't let her escape; and when meth becomes her drug of choice, things get progressively darker. Through euphoric highs and dangerous lows, Samantha discovers she's someone who lives life to the fullest and learns best through alternative experience rather than mainstream ideals. She's a creative whose mind is limitless, whose quirks are charms, whose passion is inspirational. She's an independent woman whose inner strength is rooted in unwavering family ties. And if she can survive high school, she just might be okay. Rebekah Buchanan is an Associate Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books Network
Samantha Durbin, "Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:13


A '90s time capsule buried inside a coming-of-age memoir set against the neon backdrop of the San Francisco Bay Area's rave scene, Raver Girl (She Writes Press, 2021) chronicles Samantha's double life as she teeters between hedonism and sobriety, chaos and calm, all while sneaking under the radar of her entrepreneur father—a man who happened to drop acid with LSD impresario Owsley Stanley in the '60s. Samantha keeps a list of every rave she goes to—a total of 104 over four years. During that time, what started as trippy fun morphs into a self-destructive roller coaster ride. Samantha opens the doors of her mind, but she's left with traumas her acid-fried brain won't let her escape; and when meth becomes her drug of choice, things get progressively darker. Through euphoric highs and dangerous lows, Samantha discovers she's someone who lives life to the fullest and learns best through alternative experience rather than mainstream ideals. She's a creative whose mind is limitless, whose quirks are charms, whose passion is inspirational. She's an independent woman whose inner strength is rooted in unwavering family ties. And if she can survive high school, she just might be okay. Rebekah Buchanan is an Associate Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Gender Studies
Samantha Durbin, "Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:13


A '90s time capsule buried inside a coming-of-age memoir set against the neon backdrop of the San Francisco Bay Area's rave scene, Raver Girl (She Writes Press, 2021) chronicles Samantha's double life as she teeters between hedonism and sobriety, chaos and calm, all while sneaking under the radar of her entrepreneur father—a man who happened to drop acid with LSD impresario Owsley Stanley in the '60s. Samantha keeps a list of every rave she goes to—a total of 104 over four years. During that time, what started as trippy fun morphs into a self-destructive roller coaster ride. Samantha opens the doors of her mind, but she's left with traumas her acid-fried brain won't let her escape; and when meth becomes her drug of choice, things get progressively darker. Through euphoric highs and dangerous lows, Samantha discovers she's someone who lives life to the fullest and learns best through alternative experience rather than mainstream ideals. She's a creative whose mind is limitless, whose quirks are charms, whose passion is inspirational. She's an independent woman whose inner strength is rooted in unwavering family ties. And if she can survive high school, she just might be okay. Rebekah Buchanan is an Associate Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

Judy Garland and Friends - OTR Podcast
Episode 163: Bing Crosby Podcast 1946-10-30 Guests The Les Paul Trio, Dennis Day Show 1946-11-14 (007) Dennis Writes a Script, Mel Blanc Show 1946-09-17 ep03 The Cake Contest

Judy Garland and Friends - OTR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 97:15


Three great shows for you and Bings in newly upgraded sound!

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
How Acclaimed Debut Author Jocelyn Nicole Johnson Writes

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 31:53


#PodcastersForJustice Critically-acclaimed debut author, Jocelyn Nicole Johnson, spoke to me about becoming a late-stage "literary debutante," Walmart militias, and the #writinglife as an introvert. Jocelyn is a veteran public school art teacher, whose short story “Control Negro” was anthologized in Best American Short Stories 2018, guest-edited by New York Times bestselling author Roxane Gay, and read live by LeVar Burton as part of PRI's Selected Shorts series. Her buzzy debut is 2021 Kirkus Prize Finalist, My Monticello, five stories and a novella all set in Virginia. It has been described as a "...precisely imagined [novel exploring] burdened inheritances and extraordinary pursuits of belonging....Set in the near future..." It was selected by National Book award winner Charles Yu as his most anticipated book of the year, hailed as a "masterly feat” by the NY Times, called "electrifying" by Colson Whitehead, and "absolutely unforgettable" by Roxane Gay. Netflix recently bought the title novella "My Monticello" for adaptation and Jocelyn's writing has appeared in Guernica, The Guardian, Kweli, Joyland, among others, and she has been a fellow at TinHouse, Hedgebrook and VCCA. Stay calm and write on ... Discover The Writer Files Extra You can now have The Writer Files podcast dropped right into your email inbox every time there's a new show. No more shaking your podcast app! As a subscriber, Kelton will send you added insights, the chance to get TWF merch (like "Stay Calm and Write On" t-shirts anyone?), curated collections of shows like The Publishing Series and The Writer's Brain, updates, and occasional special offers. Learn more at the link below and take our AuthorPods podcasting course survey. Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please "Follow" us to automatically see new interviews In this file Jocelyn Nicole Johnson and I discussed: What inspired her quasi-dystopian fiction How she was discovered at a short story reading Why getting tweeted by Roxane Gay was a game-changer How to build a writing community as a wallflower And a lot more! Show Notes: JocelynJohnson.com My Monticello: Fiction By Jocelyn Nicole Johnson (Amazon) 'My Monticello' grapples with the past, present and future of American racism - NPR Jocelyn Nicole Johnson on Facebook Jocelyn Nicole Johnson on Instagram Jocelyn Nicole Johnson on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter

How Writers Write
Episode 95 - How J.D. Barker Writes

How Writers Write

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 42:22


Welcome to Episode 95 - How JD Barker WritesI continue my deep dive with horror writers with this week's guest, JD Barker. JD is such a master of storytelling, and in this episode, we dive into the horror genre, how he has collaborated with James Patterson, and his path to becoming a storyteller. I have to say, I've found a new appreciation and interest in reading horror. In fact, I picked up Dracula as a response to this interview, I'm loving it, and I cannot wait to read JD Barker's "Dracul" which is the prequel to Dracula. Support the show (http://www.howwriterswrite.com)

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Michael Borkey on the CFB Playoff rankings and last quarter of the season

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 70:52


SuperTalk's Michael Borkey joins to talk playoff rankings, Ole Miss-Hugh Freeze, what the Rebels and Mississippi State need to do in the final quarter of the season and more.

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour
Paul Corman-Roberts writes about rebuilding in new poetry collection

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 2:05


Alameda poet Paul Corman-Roberts reads from his new book of poetry, "Bone Moon Palace." It's about what it means to remake one's home and community. Here's a stanza from the poem "coeur d'alene."

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Injuries, red zone woes doom Ole Miss at Auburn

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 120:02


Weldon Rotenberg joins in his normal Sunday slot to rehash Ole Miss's loss to Auburn including fourth down decision making, injuries at receiver, Matt Corral's health and where this team goes from here as a crucial month of November approaches.

On The Make
[103] Where to start with building your business website with Alice Writes Copy

On The Make

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 39:07


Your website is your businesses' home on the internet. But there are so many distractions out there. We spend so much time on social media, or sell our products through etsy, folksy and Not on the High Street. The thing is, if we give our websites a little more attention, they can become the place where we drive sales on auto pilot. In this episode we cover: Why you need your own website What the best website platform is Where to start with building your website What a good homepage needs to have When to set live on your website Full show notes You can follow us both on Instagram @AliceWritesCopy  @JosephinePBrooks

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Bill Flowers + picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 124:48


Former Ole Miss receiver Bill Flowers hops on the pod to reminisce on the Rebels' 2003 win at Auburn, his third down catch late in that game, playing with Eli Manning and more. LBs Greg brings us home with some picks

Henry Lake
Author of Hip-Hop (And Other Things) Shea Serrano on his new book, why he writes the way he does, artistry, and why hip hop means so much to him

Henry Lake

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 19:07


Henry Lake talks with author Shea Serrano about his book Hip-Hop (And Other Things), why he writes the way he does, artistry, the balance between new school and old school, the best rapper dead or alive that nobody talks about, why hip hop means so much to him and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WCTV Podcasting
Wilmington Writes - Episode 1: Mrs. Xiaoly Li

WCTV Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 14:34


Welcome to Wilmington Writes! Our first episode features Wilmington writer, Mrs. Xiaoly Li. Mrs. Li has been a Wilmington resident for many years and has published over 70 poems. She is a writer, photographer and engineer who shares her poem entitled: "Love Genes" with us. This poem explores the nature of human love and if it is genetic or intuitive. Mrs. Li was inspired to create this poem after pondering the love between humans and animals, specifically her dog. Listen in and see what you think.

How Writers Write
(Replay) How Kelly Harms Writes

How Writers Write

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 45:34


Support the show (http://www.howwriterswrite.com)

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Bennett Durando previews Auburn

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 81:15


Bennett Durando, Auburn beat writer for the Montgomery Advertiser joins to talk Bo Nix, a struggling secondary, a rejuvenated defensive line and more.

Money Making Conversations
Reggie Rock Bythewood, writes, directs, and serves as the showrunner of the new Apple TV+ "Swagger."

Money Making Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 29:17


This week on Money Making Conversations, Rushion McDonald talks to Reggie Rock Bythewood, writes, directs, and serves as the showrunner of the new Apple TV+ "Swagger." The Apple TV+ series is inspired by Kevin Durant's life and basketball experiences. "Swagger" explores the world of youth basketball and the players, their families, and coaches who walk the fine line between dreams and ambition and opportunism and corruption.https://www.moneymakingconversations.comhttps://www.youtube.com/MoneyMakingConversationshttps://www.facebook.com/MoneyMakingConversations/https://twitter.com/moneymakingconvhttps://www.instagram.com/moneymakingconversations/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fable & The Verbivore
Episode 113: Before you write (part 3, plot & outlines)

Fable & The Verbivore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 23:51


Notes:This episode and the notes include affiliate links.In case you're unfamiliar with NaNoWriMo, here is some information: https://nanowrimo.org/what-is-nanowrimo At the beginning of this episode, Fable mentions the episodes where we've previously discussed specific story structures and beats. Here are the links to those episodes:Save the Cat - https://fableandtheverbivore.com/podcast/episode-79-lets-talk-about-craft-books The Hero's Journey - https://fableandtheverbivore.com/podcast/episode-99-the-heros-journey The Heroine's Journey - https://fableandtheverbivore.com/podcast/episode-101-the-heroines-journey Both Fable and the Verbivore mention a variety of ways to approach outlining and plotting, some they've discovered through their own trial and error, discussions with other authors, and through research. Here are some articles that we found helpful in preparation for this conversation:Reedsy Blog “Story Structure: 7 Narrative Structures All Writers Should Know” - https://blog.reedsy.com/guide/story-structure/ The Write Practice “Once Upon a Time: Pixar Prompt” - https://thewritepractice.com/once-upon-a-time-pixar-prompt/ “THE STORY SPINE: PIXAR'S 4TH RULE OF STORYTELLING” - https://www.aerogrammestudio.com/2013/03/22/the-story-spine-pixars-4th-rule-of-storytelling/ Masterclass “How to Use the Snowflake Method to Outline Your Novel” - https://www.masterclass.com/articles/how-to-use-the-snowflake-method-to-outline-your-novel#what-is-the-snowflake-method The Atlantic “The Six Main Arcs in Storytelling, as Identified by an A.I.” - https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2016/07/the-six-main-arcs-in-storytelling-identified-by-a-computer/490733/ Mythic Scribes “Is Outlining for Hacks?” - https://mythicscribes.com/writing-process/outlining-hacks/ diy MFA “The Structure of Romance” - https://diymfa.com/writing/structure-romance-writing Masterclass “The 10 Essential Elements of a Mystery Story” - https://www.masterclass.com/articles/essential-elements-of-a-mystery-story Fable talks about the lecture video where author Kurt Vonnegut references his thoughts on the shapes of different stories. Here is a link to that video:Kurt Vonnegut, Shape of Stories - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOGru_4z1Vc Our friend and writer Jo Mercer is hosting a NaNo prep month on Instagram @jmercerbooks under the hashtag #nanoprepandwin. It has some great story preparation prompts and questions. If you're preparing to write a new story, we'd highly recommend checking it out!Books Mentioned:Save the Cat! Writes a Novel: The Last Book On Novel Writing You'll Ever Need by Jessica BrodyOn Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen KingSometimes the Magic Works: Lessons from a Writing Life by Terry BrooksHow to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method (Advanced Fiction Writing) by Randy IngermansonMusic from: https://filmmusic.io 'Friendly day' by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Licence: CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Rebels stifle LSU on picturesque weekend in Oxford

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 102:44


Weldon Rotenberg joins in his normal Sunday slot to discuss a defense coming into its own, the perfect use of running backs and the heightened stakes for Ole Miss going forward.

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Travis Johnson + Weldon Rotenberg + picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 127:28


Former Ole Miss DB Travis Johnson joins to reflect back on his pick six against LSU in 2003, playing with Eli, meeting Ed Orgeron and more. Weldon Rotenberg joins after that to preview LSU and LBs Greg brings us home with some Friday picks

House of Sunny Podcast
#124 School Board Win, Harry's Wife Writes a Letter, Netflix Protest, Medical Freedom, Dune Movie

House of Sunny Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 73:59


Doug and Sunny discuss a parent group's victory at a school board, Harry's wife's plea for paid leave (but she's not political), Netflix employee protest against Dave Chapelle, and how blatant the Leftist propaganda is.

How Writers Write
Episode 94 - How Jeffrey Archer Writes

How Writers Write

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 47:07


Welcome to Episode 94 - How Jeffrey Archer WritesI think Jeffrey Archer takes the cake for the author I've interviewed with the most books in print. Jeffrey is a storyteller to his core, and a wildly entertaining person to interview. In this interview, Jeffrey and I dive into his amazing backstory, his journey to storytelling, and how he structures his day to write. I want to take a quick minute to thank Jeffrey for his time. And now, here is the interview with Jeffrey Archer. New challenge alert!!!Come join us for “Build Your World in Five Days” with worldbuilding extraordinaire Erin Gibes. We'll be running the challenge from October 11-15th, 2021. Join now: app.happywriter.co/worldbuilding/Support the show (http://www.howwriterswrite.com)

Maria's Mutts & Stuff
Leafscore's Michele C. Hollow Writes About Pets, Nature And More

Maria's Mutts & Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 23:56


Maria chats with journalist Michele C. Hollow about her articles on Leafscore.com, which is a website devoted to fighting climate change. They discuss the superpower of mushrooms; the dreaded Lanternfly; how to be kind to the environment with pet waste; and so much more! Read Michele's informative articles on Leafscore.com and follow Michele on Twitter @michelechollow

Finish Strong
Why Stephen King Writes Every Day

Finish Strong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 1:59


  The great thing about accomplishments… Especially major achievements that get a lot of fanfare and celebration… Is that no one can take them away from you once you get them across the finish line. For more life-transforming strategies and free webinars, visit: https://100DayChallenge.com

Mythstorie
Episode 123 – Agatha Christie Writes Poirot, and Disappears

Mythstorie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021


Episode Notes Welcome everyone to Mythstorie, a podcast about myths and History. Today Cammy and Bryent discuss famous writer Agatha Christie and her alarming disappearance. As well as her lovable Belgian detective, Poirot. Find all our social media, merch, and more on our linktree page: https://linktr.ee/Mythstorie Enjoy! Find out more at http://www.mythstorie.com This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-86be36 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Mythstorie.

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Brody Miller on LSU and Ed

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 62:25


Brody Miller joins to discuss a piece he wrote on The Athletic on Sunday, the firing of Ed Orgeron and what to make of the LSU coaching search

Brian Thomas
Judge Napolitano - Who Writes the Laws?

Brian Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 11:25


The Devoted Dreamers Podcast
218 || What if God Writes an Unexpected Dream on Your Heart? || Cindy DeBoer

The Devoted Dreamers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 51:58


Find the Show Notes here. Do you ever wonder if your God-shaped dream might be something He hasn't yet revealed to you, or questioned why you feel blocked from God's purpose for your life? Cindy DeBoer and her husband were 12 years into marriage when God put it on their hearts to examine if they were living out the faith they professed. What followed was a season of confession, questions, and a re-making of the life they thought they were called to. In this conversation, Cindy shares about the gritty yet life-giving journey her family discovered as they began to live truer to their faith. It was one of letting go of the American Dream in exchange for an “unmissionary” experience abroad as they uncovered the better dream God had for their lives. If you've wondered what it looks like to live out a vibrant faith, surrendered to Christ, so you can truly learn how to love God and love others, you'll enjoy hearing what God did to transform Cindy and her dreams. We talk about:  The regular practice Cindy and Paul have made of asking the questions, “What am I doing? Why am I doing it? And am I living out what I say I believe?” How her greatest fears about the impact of this dream on their kids were unfounded, And the power of living in obedience to what God has put on your heart. Loved this interview? Come on over to the Facebook group to share your thoughts on this episode. CONNECT WITH CINDY: Website || Instagram || Facebook || Twitter Cindy's Free Guide: 12 Ways the Pandemic is Making Us Better People MORE ABOUT CINDY: On her blog Cindy often writes about how she and her family gave up on the American Dream, sold their beautiful custom dream home, left lucrative careers, lived in nearly 100 percent Muslim Morocco, and now follow Christ in the inner city of Grand Rapids. Her most popular blog post garnered over 150,000 hits from over 150 countries. Cindy is currently working to publish her book, "Far, Far Better Things - Reimagining the American Dream." She and her husband, Paul, are passionate about demystifying Islam, working with sustainable development programs in Central America, serving the local church in Grand Rapids, and living simply—so that others can simply live. They have two daughters at home and two married sons. Their family dog, “Vie", (which is French for "life") loves to sing along with the church bells that ring out throughout their challenged neighborhood.   NEXT STEPS:   GET CONNECTED WITH THE COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/devoteddreamers/ SUPPORT THE PODCAST: https://www.patreon.com/DevotedDreamersPodcast LEAVE A REVIEW: On Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Stitcher SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts * Subscribe on Android

New Books in Literature
Joanna Fitzpatrick, "The Artist Colony" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 42:45


By 1924, Sarah Cunningham has spent years in France establishing her own artistic style, more contemporary than the landscapes that have made her older sister, Ada Belle Davenport, famous. She has just attained her goal—a one-woman show in an exclusive Paris gallery—when Ada Belle dies unexpectedly. Sarah temporarily abandons her own career, traveling to Carmel-by-the-Sea to find out what happened. Sarah reaches California to discover that the local marshal has already closed the inquest into Ada Belle's death, ruling it a suicide. The will that appoints Sarah as both beneficiary and executor has gone missing, as has a crucial series of portraits promised to a gallery in New York. Meanwhile, Sarah herself and many of Ada Belle's friends question the suicide ruling, and as the details of Ada Belle's final days resurface, the more striking the discrepancies become between the official verdict and the clues discovered by Sarah and her sister's faithful Jack Russell terrier, Albert. In The Artist Colony (She Writes Press, 2021), Joanna FitzPatrick constructs a fast-paced mystery in which a combination of historical and fictional characters battle over uncomfortable truths against a background of brilliant sky- and seascapes, viewed with an artist's eye. Joanna FitzPatrick is the author of Katherine Mansfield and The Drummer's Widow. C. P. Lesley is the author of two historical fiction series set during the childhood of Ivan the Terrible and three other novels. Her latest book, Song of the Sisters, appeared in January 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

New Books Network
Joanna Fitzpatrick, "The Artist Colony" (She Writes Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 42:45


By 1924, Sarah Cunningham has spent years in France establishing her own artistic style, more contemporary than the landscapes that have made her older sister, Ada Belle Davenport, famous. She has just attained her goal—a one-woman show in an exclusive Paris gallery—when Ada Belle dies unexpectedly. Sarah temporarily abandons her own career, traveling to Carmel-by-the-Sea to find out what happened. Sarah reaches California to discover that the local marshal has already closed the inquest into Ada Belle's death, ruling it a suicide. The will that appoints Sarah as both beneficiary and executor has gone missing, as has a crucial series of portraits promised to a gallery in New York. Meanwhile, Sarah herself and many of Ada Belle's friends question the suicide ruling, and as the details of Ada Belle's final days resurface, the more striking the discrepancies become between the official verdict and the clues discovered by Sarah and her sister's faithful Jack Russell terrier, Albert. In The Artist Colony (She Writes Press, 2021), Joanna FitzPatrick constructs a fast-paced mystery in which a combination of historical and fictional characters battle over uncomfortable truths against a background of brilliant sky- and seascapes, viewed with an artist's eye. Joanna FitzPatrick is the author of Katherine Mansfield and The Drummer's Widow. C. P. Lesley is the author of two historical fiction series set during the childhood of Ivan the Terrible and three other novels. Her latest book, Song of the Sisters, appeared in January 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Shedunnit
Agatha Christie Writes Alone (Queens of Crime At War 1)

Shedunnit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 30:09


Agatha Christie had a very productive WW2. This is the start of Queens of Crime at War, a six part series looking at what the best writers from the golden age of detective fiction did once that period came to an end with the start of the Second World War. This episode also marks the start of the Shedunnit Pledge Drive! I'm aiming to add 100 new members to the Shedunnit Book Club by the end of 2021, with the aim of producing more mini series like this one. If you'd like to be part of that and feel able to offer some support, please visit shedunnitshow.com/pledgedrive. Thanks to my guests: — J.C. Bernthal is an Agatha Christie scholar and the author of Queering Agatha Christie. His website is jcbernthal.com and he is on Twitter as @jcbernthal — Martin Edwards is a crime writer and the author of, among many other books, The Golden Age of Murder. Find out more about all his work at martinedwardsbooks.com or via his Twitter as @medwardsbooks There are no spoilers in this episode. Books referenced: — The Golden Age of Murder by Martin Edwards — Agatha Christie Goes To War edited by Rebecca Mills and J.C. Bernthal — And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie — Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie — Murder Must Appetise by Harry Keating — The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie — The ABC Murders  by Agatha Christie — Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie — One, Two Buckle, My Shoe by Agatha Christie — An Autobiography by Agatha Christie — Sad Cypress by Agatha Christie — Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie — N or M?  by Agatha Christie — The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie — The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie — Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie — Bletchley Park: The Codebreakers of Station X by Michael Smith — The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie — Curtain by Agatha Christie — Sleeping Murder by Agatha Christie — The Labours of Hercules by Agatha Christie — Taken at the Flood by Agatha Christie — A Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie — The Hollow  by Agatha Christie — Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie Thanks to today's sponsor: — Girlfriend Collective. Get $25 off your $100+ purchase of sustainable, ethically made activewear at girlfriend.com/shedunnit. — Milk Bar. Get $10 off any order of $50 or more when you go to milkbarstore.com/shedunnit. To be the first to know about future developments with the podcast, sign up for the newsletter at shedunnitshow.com/newsletter. Find a full transcript of this episode at shedunnitshow.com/agathachristiewritesalonetranscript. The podcast is on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as @ShedunnitShow, and you can find it in all major podcast apps. Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss the next episode. Click here to do that now in your app of choice. The original music for this series, "The Case Of The Black Stormcloud", was created by Martin Zaltz Austwick. Find out more about his work at martinzaltzaustwick.wordpress.com. Links to Blackwell's are affiliate links, meaning that the podcast receives a small commission when you purchase a book there (the price remains the same for you). Blackwell's is a UK independent bookselling chain that ships internationally at no extra charge.

Write On: A Screenwriting Podcast
Write On with Black Boy Writes Founder and 'Insecure' Writer Mike Gauyo

Write On: A Screenwriting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 24:54


Mike talks to Write On about his work as a mentor and the founding of his organization Black Boy Writes: "I have 11 mentees; they're all great, and they all span different genres. [We're] just breaking that myth that Black people are monolithic, we can only write one thing or we all experience the same thing, when that's not true. We live varied experiences, and we write many types of things."   Mike discusses getting his first writing job with Issa Rae, and gives advice for the aspiring writer. "You have to remember that you're only as good as your last writing sample. You're only as good as your last project, so you have to keep the momentum. You have to keep writing. . . if I wasn't writing all the time, I would not have the opportunities that I have now.”   Don't forget to subscribe to the Write On Podcast on iTunes!   Now available on Google Podcasts!  

Ciao Bella!
Susan Van Allen writes Italy

Ciao Bella!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 43:02


Meet Susan van Allen, author, playwright and living anthology of Italy in America. Susan is the pen behind 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go which means  Erica and Susan have a  lot to talk about.  Susan Van Allen's Italy Ciao Bella INSTAGRAM: @ericafirpo TWITTER  @moscerina

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Rebels survive; Orgeron out at LSU

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 139:18


Weldon Rotenberg joins in his normal Sunday slot to discuss all angles of a wild Ole Miss win in Knoxville plus the end of the Ed Orgeron era in Baton Rouge

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Tennessee thoughts + Friday picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 125:15


We open the podcast with a couple final Tennessee thoughts, and a few thoughts on what sports media is today and becoming. LBs Greg brings us home with Friday picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Are the Rebs and Vols mirror images?

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 60:53


Charlie Burris of A to Z sports hops on the show for a conversation on Josh Heupel's 1st year, Hendon Hooker at QB and much more

How Writers Write
Episode 93 - How Josh Malerman Writes

How Writers Write

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 49:22


Welcome to Episode 93 - How Josh Malerman writesJosh is a novelist and author of the breakout hit, "Bird Box." He is also one of two singer/songwriters for the rock band The High Strung. It was a blast to dive into horror writing with yet another amazing author. Josh and I do a deep dive on horror writing and again my perspective is growing on horror as a genre. We also discuss how learning music has informed his novel writing, how he writes on the road as a traveling musician, and much more. I want to thank Josh for his time and for sharing his story with me. I count it as such a blessing to spend even an hour with guests such as Josh.And now, without any further ado, here is the interview with Josh Malerman. New challenge alert!!!Come join us for “Build Your World in Five Days” with worldbuilding extraordinaire Erin Gibes. We'll be running the challenge from October 11-15th, 2021. Join now: app.happywriter.co/worldbuilding/Support the show (http://www.howwriterswrite.com)

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Rebs outlast Hogs - can the 3-2-6 work?

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 140:50


Weldon Rotenberg joins in his usual Sunday slot to recap a wild win for Ole Miss over Arkansas, whether the Rebels need to ditch or alter the 3-2-6, Matt Corral's incredible performance and much more

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Weldon Rotenberg + Friday picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 132:40


Weldon Rotenberg joins to offer some final thoughts on Ole Miss and Arkansas, and LBs Greg brings us home with SEC and NFL picks

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: What we'll learn about both Ole Miss and Arkansas

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 75:08


We open the podcast with why we will all learn more about Ole Miss this week than we did last week, followed by Kevin Bohannon of the HawgTalk podcast to give us a look at what has driven the Razorbacks' 4-1 start