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How Authors Work: Learn the process from professional authors and become a more productive writer

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How Authors Work: Learn the process from professional authors and become a more productive writer
How Authors Work: Learn the process from professional authors and become a more productive writer

How Authors Work: Learn the process from professional authors and become a more productive writer

Andrew Burleson and Paul Kilpatrick - Founders of

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Latest Episodes

Co-writing, Ghostwriting, Writing for Hire, and Writing for Himself the interesting journey of Chris Tebbetts

Join us as Chris Tebbetts explains his fascinating authorial journey and experience working in some of the intriguing but less discussed sections of the publishing world.

49 MINMAY 30
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Co-writing, Ghostwriting, Writing for Hire, and Writing for Himself the interesting journey of Chris Tebbetts

Season 2 Finale with Andrew and Paul - the Cost of the Author's Dream

In which Andrew and Paul talk about how much fun they had talking to authors in the last few months. Where they are taking the podcast next and what it means to be an author.

35 MIN2018 SEP 24
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Season 2 Finale with Andrew and Paul - the Cost of the Author's Dream

Mini-Episode with just Paul and his Oreos

A brief few words from one of our hosts(me) ahead of next weeks Andrew and Paul talk

5 MIN2018 SEP 2
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Mini-Episode with just Paul and his Oreos

Using Your Beta to go from 30 to 30,000 readers with KT Strange

We depart from our normal format because of how excited Andrew and I are. KT tells us how she launched her first book to 30 orders then restrategized and used her beta to build her audience and now sells 30,000.

69 MIN2018 AUG 27
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Using Your Beta to go from 30 to 30,000 readers with KT Strange

You need persistence probably more than anything else. - Elizabeth Chatsworth

We talk with writer, improviser, and voice actor Elizabeth Chatsworth, who sounds so much cooler than us, about her book The Brass Queen. We hear how she uses improv to write her books and how she creates a chapter in four layers.

53 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
You need persistence probably more than anything else. - Elizabeth Chatsworth

Kalyn Josephson - Perservering for a book you belive in.

Kalyn and I talk about the journey her debut novel, The Storm Crow, took through editors, contests, mentors, agents and then editors again and how you find the strength to persevere. There is also some talk of cats and manatees.

45 MIN2018 AUG 13
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Kalyn Josephson - Perservering for a book you belive in.

Maxine Kaplan - "You can't fix what you don't write"

We talk with Maxine about how she got organized, the value of todo lists and delve into the misconceptions people have about sensitivity readers and why we all like the term expertise reader better.

57 MIN2018 AUG 6
Comments
Maxine Kaplan - "You can't fix what you don't write"

Diana Pinguicha - Playing video games, learning English, and writing.

We talk about how her passion for video games led her both to learn English and to start writing and we explore the importance of time in her writing process, both sleeping on her next days scenes and letting her finished books sit.

45 MIN2018 JUL 23
Comments
Diana Pinguicha - Playing video games, learning English, and writing.

K.D. Edwards - The day his debut novel launched!

I talk to K.D. Edwards about all the normal writer process stuff we love so much only this interview is the day his debut hit stores so we also talk about launches the times between launches and the fact that he is hiding out at home.

47 MIN2018 JUL 16
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K.D. Edwards - The day his debut novel launched!

CB Lee: We talk about ploting a series, writing YA LGBTA superhero stories, comics, webcomics, and Ikea.

I, yes just Paul this week, talk with CB Lee about superheroes, comics, using multiple whiteboards, and constructing a book out of pieces written out of order. We also talk a little about the challenge of labeling works that a striving to be inclusive in bookstores and libraries.

41 MIN2018 JUL 9
Comments
CB Lee: We talk about ploting a series, writing YA LGBTA superhero stories, comics, webcomics, and Ikea.

Latest Episodes

Co-writing, Ghostwriting, Writing for Hire, and Writing for Himself the interesting journey of Chris Tebbetts

Join us as Chris Tebbetts explains his fascinating authorial journey and experience working in some of the intriguing but less discussed sections of the publishing world.

49 MINMAY 30
Comments
Co-writing, Ghostwriting, Writing for Hire, and Writing for Himself the interesting journey of Chris Tebbetts

Season 2 Finale with Andrew and Paul - the Cost of the Author's Dream

In which Andrew and Paul talk about how much fun they had talking to authors in the last few months. Where they are taking the podcast next and what it means to be an author.

35 MIN2018 SEP 24
Comments
Season 2 Finale with Andrew and Paul - the Cost of the Author's Dream

Mini-Episode with just Paul and his Oreos

A brief few words from one of our hosts(me) ahead of next weeks Andrew and Paul talk

5 MIN2018 SEP 2
Comments
Mini-Episode with just Paul and his Oreos

Using Your Beta to go from 30 to 30,000 readers with KT Strange

We depart from our normal format because of how excited Andrew and I are. KT tells us how she launched her first book to 30 orders then restrategized and used her beta to build her audience and now sells 30,000.

69 MIN2018 AUG 27
Comments
Using Your Beta to go from 30 to 30,000 readers with KT Strange

You need persistence probably more than anything else. - Elizabeth Chatsworth

We talk with writer, improviser, and voice actor Elizabeth Chatsworth, who sounds so much cooler than us, about her book The Brass Queen. We hear how she uses improv to write her books and how she creates a chapter in four layers.

53 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
You need persistence probably more than anything else. - Elizabeth Chatsworth

Kalyn Josephson - Perservering for a book you belive in.

Kalyn and I talk about the journey her debut novel, The Storm Crow, took through editors, contests, mentors, agents and then editors again and how you find the strength to persevere. There is also some talk of cats and manatees.

45 MIN2018 AUG 13
Comments
Kalyn Josephson - Perservering for a book you belive in.

Maxine Kaplan - "You can't fix what you don't write"

We talk with Maxine about how she got organized, the value of todo lists and delve into the misconceptions people have about sensitivity readers and why we all like the term expertise reader better.

57 MIN2018 AUG 6
Comments
Maxine Kaplan - "You can't fix what you don't write"

Diana Pinguicha - Playing video games, learning English, and writing.

We talk about how her passion for video games led her both to learn English and to start writing and we explore the importance of time in her writing process, both sleeping on her next days scenes and letting her finished books sit.

45 MIN2018 JUL 23
Comments
Diana Pinguicha - Playing video games, learning English, and writing.

K.D. Edwards - The day his debut novel launched!

I talk to K.D. Edwards about all the normal writer process stuff we love so much only this interview is the day his debut hit stores so we also talk about launches the times between launches and the fact that he is hiding out at home.

47 MIN2018 JUL 16
Comments
K.D. Edwards - The day his debut novel launched!

CB Lee: We talk about ploting a series, writing YA LGBTA superhero stories, comics, webcomics, and Ikea.

I, yes just Paul this week, talk with CB Lee about superheroes, comics, using multiple whiteboards, and constructing a book out of pieces written out of order. We also talk a little about the challenge of labeling works that a striving to be inclusive in bookstores and libraries.

41 MIN2018 JUL 9
Comments
CB Lee: We talk about ploting a series, writing YA LGBTA superhero stories, comics, webcomics, and Ikea.
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