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The Daily Writer with Kent Sanders

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The Daily Writer with Kent Sanders

The Daily Writer with Kent Sanders

Kent Sanders

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The Daily Writer Podcast helps you cultivate the mindset and habits for creative success. Each weekday, author and ghostwriter Kent Sanders brings you a short lesson on writing inspired by some of history's greatest artists, authors, and thinkers. The weekend edition features listener Q&A, conversations with notable writers and creatives, and teaching to help you take a deeper dive as a writer. Learn more at DailyWriterLife.com.

Latest Episodes

Here's to the Crazy Ones

If you were to make a list of the most creative people from the last hundred years, Steve Jobs would be close to the top of the list. As the co-founder of Apple, he was in large part responsible for many of the devices and apps we use today, such as the Mac, iTunes, the iPhone, the iPad, and lots of others. Especially in his later years, he was adored and admired for his visionary approach and his absolute refusal to go along with the status quo. But he wasn’t always the cultural icon that he is today. In 1997, Steve Jobs has been gone from Apple for twelve years after a painful exit in 1985. Now that he was back in command trying to turn the struggling company around, there was no magic bullet, no surefire gimmick or product that would help make Apple successful again. On today's episode, Kent reminds us that the crazy ones are indeed those who change the world. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min11 h ago
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Here's to the Crazy Ones

The Real Definition of Success

What does it mean to be successful as a writer? It’s a simple question—you might say even deceptively simple. Why? Because we don’t often stop to think about how we define success. We are so accustomed to certain metrics that we seldom question our ideas of success. Like a dog chasing a car, we continue to run after it, never stopping to wonder if we should be chasing that particular car in the first place. We typically define success in terms of achievement. When someone has a successful book launch and reaches a certain number of online reviews, we brand that as a success. When someone sells a certain amount of books, we brand that as a success. When someone gets a publishing deal with one of the top five New York publishing houses, we brand that as a success. On today's episode, Kent challenges the idea that "success" comes only when you launch a book or achieve another major goal. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min1 d ago
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The Real Definition of Success

10 Ways to Give as a Writer

The holiday season is in full swing, and most everyone is thinking about the gifts they are going to give others. Just yesterday, my son and I were talking about some gift ideas for my wife. And my wife and I have certainly been talking about gifts to get our son. While we're probably spending a lot of time on Amazon or looking around local stores, the best gifts come from who we are, not just what we buy. As a writer, you are in a unique position to give to others in a variety of ways. As I was thinking of ways to give and serve this holiday season, I thought it would be fun to make a list of a few different ways we can give to others as writers. These are the ten tips we cover in this episode: Mentor another writer. Give helpful feedback to another writer. Buy and promote a friend's book. Leave reviews for books and podcasts. Write that book you’ve been planning. Publish your work. Gather your writer friends for a call or mastermind. Say thank you to clients or others who have helped you. Tell an author how their work impacted you. Give to yourself by reading. I challenge you to choose just two of these and put them into practice from now until New Year's. I'd love to hear about the difference it makes in your writing, relationships, and creative life. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

20 min2 d ago
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10 Ways to Give as a Writer

Tear Out the Tags (with Bee Evans)

There are a lot of challenging aspects of being a writer. But in my experience, some of the biggest obstacles come from inside. If we look at why we sometimes are not achieving the impact and success we want, it's because we are paying attention to the false labels that others have given us, and that we have given ourselves. My guest today is Bee Evans. She is a speaker, coach, and thought leader who is on a mission to help others "Tear Out the Tags." This initiative is all about removing the labels that are holding us back. I have gotten to know Bee over the last few months, and she is not only a genuine encourager, but she helps you see yourself in a new way. I know you are going to be blessed by her incredible wisdom in this interview, which is all removing the labels that hold us back. This is such an important conversation, especially for writers and creative entrepreneurs. Be sure to check out Bee's website, TearOutTheTags.com, as well as her podcast, Tear Out the Tags, which just launched a couple of days ago (on Thanksgiving!). And if you enjoyed this conversation, make sure to give Bee a shout-out on Instagram @embldnlabel. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

64 min2 d ago
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Tear Out the Tags (with Bee Evans)

What Have They Got That I Ain't Got?

Being a writer is a lot like living in The Wizard of Oz. Some days feel like you’ve lost your brain, most days feel like you’re holding onto your heart, and every day feels like a battle for your courage. That’s how the Cowardly Lion felt just before he and the rest of the gang went in to see the Wizard in Emerald City. In one of the best musical moments of the whole movie, he says, What makes the elephant charge his tusk, in the misty mist or the dusky dusk? What makes the muskrat guard his musk? What makes the Sphinx the seventh wonder? What makes the dawn come up like thunder? At the end of each line, the group says, “Courage!” Near the end of the song, the Cowardly Lion says, What have they got that I ain’t got? And the answer, of course … is courage. On today's episode, Kent questions the conventional wisdom about not having courage ... and shares a powerful reminder to look at courage in a different way. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min4 d ago
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What Have They Got That I Ain't Got?

Half Full or Half Empty?

Are you a glass half empty or a glass half full kind of person? If your answer is that you’re a glass half empty kind of person, it means you tend to focus on what you lack. If your answer is that you’re a glass half full kind of person, it means you tend to focus on what you have. So the question is not about what’s inside the glass. The question is, what’s inside of you? It really comes down to how you see the world. It also affects how you perceive your writing and your potential for success. On today's special Thanksgiving episode, Kent shares an important reminder to be grateful for all the blessings we have as writers. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min5 d ago
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Half Full or Half Empty?

The Agony of an Untold Story

Have you ever found yourself sitting, staring at the wall, thinking about that book you wanted to write? Then a few minutes later, you snap out of it and realize you were completely lost in thought? If so, you’re not alone. Probably every writer can relate to spending more time thinking about a book than actually writing it. But why do we do this? Why do we spend so much time planning, dreaming, visualizing, worrying, fretting, and stressing over a book before we even commit a word to paper? What is it about writers that we spend so much energy living in our heads, but we can’t seem to translate that energy into our hands by taking action? On today's episode, Kent reminds us to look a little deeper if we are feeling creatively blocked. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

2 min6 d ago
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The Agony of an Untold Story

Are You Committed?

We live in an age when it is easy to get out of almost any commitment. If you’re unhappy with your cable TV service, you can switch companies. If your dinner at a restaurant doesn’t taste good, you can send it back to the kitchen. If you are irritated at someone on social media, you can unfollow or even block them. But what about your relationship to your writing? The concept of having a relationship with your writing may be new to you. Sometimes we view our writing as a task to be completed. If we approach our work like so many writers do, as a “tortured artist,” then our writing feels like an unbearable burden, a cross we have to carry. But writing is none of those things. It’s a privilege. A treasure. A responsibility. And an opportunity. On today's episode, Kent shares three simple ways to stay committed to your writing. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min1 w ago
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Are You Committed?

The Gift of Failure

When you hear the name J.K. Rowling, what comes to mind? You probably picture an ultra-successful author whose books are adored by millions of readers all over the world. As the author of the Harry Potter series, she has achieved a level of fame and fortune that very few authors will know. But it wasn’t always that way. Just a handful of years before she published the first Harry Potter book, J.K. Rowling was a poor, jobless single mother who was fresh off a divorce. She had conceived of the idea for the Harry Potter series a few years earlier. Now at a low point in her life she never anticipated, she gave her full attention to her writing. On today's episode, Kent reminds us that the best gifts--including failure--often come in unexpected wrapping. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min1 w ago
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The Gift of Failure

Writers Roundtable: Getting Started as a Writer (with Eric Elder, Ashley Rescot & Mary Felkins)

One of the most common themes I hear from people who want to write is, "Where do I start?" So many people have the desire, even the calling, to write ... yet they don't know where to begin. Rather than do a straight-up teaching episode on this topic, or having a single guest, I thought it would be fun to do a round-table discussion with a few of my writer friends to give different perspectives on getting started. This was so much fun that I've decided to do a monthly round-table format on different topics. I'm thrilled that three good friends have been able to join me for this conversation: Eric Elder is an online pastor, author, pianist, and music producer. Mary Felkins is a novelist who released her first book last year, and Ashley Rescot is a violinist, music teacher, and short story author. Of course each of these friends is much more, but that gives you a little context for what each of them brings to the table. In this conversation, we tackle some topics such as: What would you say to someone who believes they're not a good writer? How and where do get started? What was a failure you have experienced as a writer, and what did you learn from it? How do you stay on track with your writing? By the way, all four of us have been participants in an online Christian writers group that Eric has so graciously been leading for the past year. In this group, you'll learn things like how to get started writing, how to make a first draft, how to edit, how to format and upload to self publish on Amazon, how to approach traditional publishers, and so on. It’s all on TheRanch.org and you can click on the online Christian writers group to watch all the episodes. By the way, all four of us have been participants in an online Christian writers group that Eric has so graciously been leading for the past year. In this group, you'll learn things like how to get started writing, how to make a first draft, how to edit, how to format and upload to self publish on Amazon, how to approach traditional publishers, and so on. It’s all on TheRanch.org and you can click on the online Christian writers group to watch all the episodes. You can connect with Eric at TheRanch.org, Mary at MaryFelkins.com, and Ashley at RescotCreative.com. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

60 min1 w ago
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Writers Roundtable: Getting Started as a Writer (with Eric Elder, Ashley Rescot & Mary Felkins)

Latest Episodes

Here's to the Crazy Ones

If you were to make a list of the most creative people from the last hundred years, Steve Jobs would be close to the top of the list. As the co-founder of Apple, he was in large part responsible for many of the devices and apps we use today, such as the Mac, iTunes, the iPhone, the iPad, and lots of others. Especially in his later years, he was adored and admired for his visionary approach and his absolute refusal to go along with the status quo. But he wasn’t always the cultural icon that he is today. In 1997, Steve Jobs has been gone from Apple for twelve years after a painful exit in 1985. Now that he was back in command trying to turn the struggling company around, there was no magic bullet, no surefire gimmick or product that would help make Apple successful again. On today's episode, Kent reminds us that the crazy ones are indeed those who change the world. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min11 h ago
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Here's to the Crazy Ones

The Real Definition of Success

What does it mean to be successful as a writer? It’s a simple question—you might say even deceptively simple. Why? Because we don’t often stop to think about how we define success. We are so accustomed to certain metrics that we seldom question our ideas of success. Like a dog chasing a car, we continue to run after it, never stopping to wonder if we should be chasing that particular car in the first place. We typically define success in terms of achievement. When someone has a successful book launch and reaches a certain number of online reviews, we brand that as a success. When someone sells a certain amount of books, we brand that as a success. When someone gets a publishing deal with one of the top five New York publishing houses, we brand that as a success. On today's episode, Kent challenges the idea that "success" comes only when you launch a book or achieve another major goal. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min1 d ago
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The Real Definition of Success

10 Ways to Give as a Writer

The holiday season is in full swing, and most everyone is thinking about the gifts they are going to give others. Just yesterday, my son and I were talking about some gift ideas for my wife. And my wife and I have certainly been talking about gifts to get our son. While we're probably spending a lot of time on Amazon or looking around local stores, the best gifts come from who we are, not just what we buy. As a writer, you are in a unique position to give to others in a variety of ways. As I was thinking of ways to give and serve this holiday season, I thought it would be fun to make a list of a few different ways we can give to others as writers. These are the ten tips we cover in this episode: Mentor another writer. Give helpful feedback to another writer. Buy and promote a friend's book. Leave reviews for books and podcasts. Write that book you’ve been planning. Publish your work. Gather your writer friends for a call or mastermind. Say thank you to clients or others who have helped you. Tell an author how their work impacted you. Give to yourself by reading. I challenge you to choose just two of these and put them into practice from now until New Year's. I'd love to hear about the difference it makes in your writing, relationships, and creative life. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

20 min2 d ago
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10 Ways to Give as a Writer

Tear Out the Tags (with Bee Evans)

There are a lot of challenging aspects of being a writer. But in my experience, some of the biggest obstacles come from inside. If we look at why we sometimes are not achieving the impact and success we want, it's because we are paying attention to the false labels that others have given us, and that we have given ourselves. My guest today is Bee Evans. She is a speaker, coach, and thought leader who is on a mission to help others "Tear Out the Tags." This initiative is all about removing the labels that are holding us back. I have gotten to know Bee over the last few months, and she is not only a genuine encourager, but she helps you see yourself in a new way. I know you are going to be blessed by her incredible wisdom in this interview, which is all removing the labels that hold us back. This is such an important conversation, especially for writers and creative entrepreneurs. Be sure to check out Bee's website, TearOutTheTags.com, as well as her podcast, Tear Out the Tags, which just launched a couple of days ago (on Thanksgiving!). And if you enjoyed this conversation, make sure to give Bee a shout-out on Instagram @embldnlabel. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

64 min2 d ago
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Tear Out the Tags (with Bee Evans)

What Have They Got That I Ain't Got?

Being a writer is a lot like living in The Wizard of Oz. Some days feel like you’ve lost your brain, most days feel like you’re holding onto your heart, and every day feels like a battle for your courage. That’s how the Cowardly Lion felt just before he and the rest of the gang went in to see the Wizard in Emerald City. In one of the best musical moments of the whole movie, he says, What makes the elephant charge his tusk, in the misty mist or the dusky dusk? What makes the muskrat guard his musk? What makes the Sphinx the seventh wonder? What makes the dawn come up like thunder? At the end of each line, the group says, “Courage!” Near the end of the song, the Cowardly Lion says, What have they got that I ain’t got? And the answer, of course … is courage. On today's episode, Kent questions the conventional wisdom about not having courage ... and shares a powerful reminder to look at courage in a different way. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min4 d ago
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What Have They Got That I Ain't Got?

Half Full or Half Empty?

Are you a glass half empty or a glass half full kind of person? If your answer is that you’re a glass half empty kind of person, it means you tend to focus on what you lack. If your answer is that you’re a glass half full kind of person, it means you tend to focus on what you have. So the question is not about what’s inside the glass. The question is, what’s inside of you? It really comes down to how you see the world. It also affects how you perceive your writing and your potential for success. On today's special Thanksgiving episode, Kent shares an important reminder to be grateful for all the blessings we have as writers. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min5 d ago
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Half Full or Half Empty?

The Agony of an Untold Story

Have you ever found yourself sitting, staring at the wall, thinking about that book you wanted to write? Then a few minutes later, you snap out of it and realize you were completely lost in thought? If so, you’re not alone. Probably every writer can relate to spending more time thinking about a book than actually writing it. But why do we do this? Why do we spend so much time planning, dreaming, visualizing, worrying, fretting, and stressing over a book before we even commit a word to paper? What is it about writers that we spend so much energy living in our heads, but we can’t seem to translate that energy into our hands by taking action? On today's episode, Kent reminds us to look a little deeper if we are feeling creatively blocked. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

2 min6 d ago
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The Agony of an Untold Story

Are You Committed?

We live in an age when it is easy to get out of almost any commitment. If you’re unhappy with your cable TV service, you can switch companies. If your dinner at a restaurant doesn’t taste good, you can send it back to the kitchen. If you are irritated at someone on social media, you can unfollow or even block them. But what about your relationship to your writing? The concept of having a relationship with your writing may be new to you. Sometimes we view our writing as a task to be completed. If we approach our work like so many writers do, as a “tortured artist,” then our writing feels like an unbearable burden, a cross we have to carry. But writing is none of those things. It’s a privilege. A treasure. A responsibility. And an opportunity. On today's episode, Kent shares three simple ways to stay committed to your writing. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min1 w ago
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Are You Committed?

The Gift of Failure

When you hear the name J.K. Rowling, what comes to mind? You probably picture an ultra-successful author whose books are adored by millions of readers all over the world. As the author of the Harry Potter series, she has achieved a level of fame and fortune that very few authors will know. But it wasn’t always that way. Just a handful of years before she published the first Harry Potter book, J.K. Rowling was a poor, jobless single mother who was fresh off a divorce. She had conceived of the idea for the Harry Potter series a few years earlier. Now at a low point in her life she never anticipated, she gave her full attention to her writing. On today's episode, Kent reminds us that the best gifts--including failure--often come in unexpected wrapping. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

3 min1 w ago
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The Gift of Failure

Writers Roundtable: Getting Started as a Writer (with Eric Elder, Ashley Rescot & Mary Felkins)

One of the most common themes I hear from people who want to write is, "Where do I start?" So many people have the desire, even the calling, to write ... yet they don't know where to begin. Rather than do a straight-up teaching episode on this topic, or having a single guest, I thought it would be fun to do a round-table discussion with a few of my writer friends to give different perspectives on getting started. This was so much fun that I've decided to do a monthly round-table format on different topics. I'm thrilled that three good friends have been able to join me for this conversation: Eric Elder is an online pastor, author, pianist, and music producer. Mary Felkins is a novelist who released her first book last year, and Ashley Rescot is a violinist, music teacher, and short story author. Of course each of these friends is much more, but that gives you a little context for what each of them brings to the table. In this conversation, we tackle some topics such as: What would you say to someone who believes they're not a good writer? How and where do get started? What was a failure you have experienced as a writer, and what did you learn from it? How do you stay on track with your writing? By the way, all four of us have been participants in an online Christian writers group that Eric has so graciously been leading for the past year. In this group, you'll learn things like how to get started writing, how to make a first draft, how to edit, how to format and upload to self publish on Amazon, how to approach traditional publishers, and so on. It’s all on TheRanch.org and you can click on the online Christian writers group to watch all the episodes. By the way, all four of us have been participants in an online Christian writers group that Eric has so graciously been leading for the past year. In this group, you'll learn things like how to get started writing, how to make a first draft, how to edit, how to format and upload to self publish on Amazon, how to approach traditional publishers, and so on. It’s all on TheRanch.org and you can click on the online Christian writers group to watch all the episodes. You can connect with Eric at TheRanch.org, Mary at MaryFelkins.com, and Ashley at RescotCreative.com. *** If you enjoyed this episode, we would be grateful if you leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people discover the show, and the more people listen, the more we can invest into it and improve the show. Follow Kent Sanders: Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders

60 min1 w ago
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Writers Roundtable: Getting Started as a Writer (with Eric Elder, Ashley Rescot & Mary Felkins)

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