Fiction Podcast led by award-winning and best-selling fiction authors, Sarah M. Eden, Traci Hunter Abramson, Esther Hatch and Sian Ann Bessey. Between the Lines: The Inside Scoop for Adoring Fans and Aspiring Authors.
Sian leads the discussion as the authors talk about writing conferences.
Editor, Ashley Gebert, joins Traci and Esther to discuss the submission process.
Sarah leads the discussion as the authors talk about writing short fiction.
Esther leads the discussion as the authors revisit and expand on the publication process.
Sian leads the discussion on how the authors celebrate lesser-known holidays, like St. Patrick's Day.
Most every writer has experienced the creeping suspicion that they are actually a fraud, a talentless hack who will eventually be uncovered as an "imposter" amongst the true artists. We call this "Imposter Syndrome" and it has derailed many a writing endeavor. In this episode, we will tackle the everpresent struggle of doubt and worry and how to keep going when you aren't sure there is any point.
Esther leads the discussion on kissing scenes in the author's books.
Favorite sports/how strange it is to have summer and winter olympics so close together.
Sian leads a discussion on bringing characters to life.
The path to publication begins long before an author ever submits a manuscript. In this episode of Between the Lines, our four authors discuss the part of the publication process that happens first, things they've learned along the way, and aspects of pre-publication that they wish they'd understood better when they first started out.
Esther leads a discussion about Christmas in the lives of the authors.
Sian leads a discussion with Esther Sarah and Traci about a day in the life of an author.
Sarah & Sian with special guest, National Reader’s Choice Award winner &
author of Courting Misfortune (The Joplin Chronicles), Regina Jennings.
Sian & Traci with guests: Paige Edwards & AL Sowards - Falcon Point
Sarah & Esther with guests: Josi Kilpack, Anneka Walker & Sarah McConkie
Authors & readers alike both eagerly anticipate and mourn the end of a much-loved series. Today our authors discuss how they feel about ending a series, some of which are years worth of love, heart and devotion to characters who have become very dear friends.
Tropes: What are they? Why do readers AND writers love them? Listen in as Sarah M. Eden leads the conversation.
The author life can sometimes (most of the time) be a solitary life. However, strong bonds and connections are made between authors-and today we'll share with you how the four of us became friends. Discussion led by Sian Ann Bessey.
From boarding a plane to take a research trip on location, to the Google search - which works best for you? Traci Hunter Abramson likes to "breathe the same air" as her characters, listen in as we discover how each of our Between the Lines hosts tackle the necessary part of writing, research.
Many authors feel called to write. Why is this job of "creating" so important, and what part do authors play in filling the niche in the entertainment market for readers? Discussion led by Esther Hatch.
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.