Writing Class

Writing Class

These episodes are fun and informative 15 minute tutorials on how to write a book, develop charachaters, set plot points, getting published as well as adapting your writing career for the unexpected

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May 20, 2022 37 min
Kristine Raymond penned hidden springs series and contemporary romance series. She also writes tempted and seasons of love a collection of four seasonal programs.
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Sue Campbell plunged headlong into the study of story structure. They formed an editing group and were soon joined by Rachelle Ramirez. Anne and Rachelle found Story Types so crucial to their own writing process that they both trained to become developmental editors.

Sue then took her content marketing and copywriting background and trained under Tim Grahl of BookLaunch.com to become a Certified Book Launch Coach.

Pages & Platfo...
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May 14, 2022 15 min
R. S. Twells, author of the novel The Field Agent, the first book in The Agent Bennet Saga, currently living and writing in British Columbia, Canada.
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May 9, 2022 26 min
Rick Lupert has been involved in the Los Angeles poetry community since 1990. He is the recipient of the 2014 Beyond Baroque Distinguished Service Award for service to the Los Angeles poetry community. He served for two years as a co-director of the Valley Contemporary Poets, a non-profit literary organization, established in 1980, which produces readings and publications out of the San Fernando Valley.

His poetry has appeared in n...
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May 5, 2022 10 min
Have you ever wondered how a book gets reviewed? We have. Hear how the process goes from book reviewer Jennifer Copeland. She reviews many books she loves to read on her site Jenny's cozy book
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April 29, 2022 16 min
Francine Rodriguez, and is an author, but she wasn’t always an author. She grew up in and around downtown Los Angeles. Later, she worked as a Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity Investigator in the Federal sector. Altogether, before becoming Francine Rodriquez, Author, she worked in the fields of law and psychology for over thirty years. It is her experience as a professional in those fields that informs her writing.
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April 25, 2022 21 min
George Weinstein is the author of numerous novels in diverse genres, including the sassy Southern mystery Aftermath, his suspense thriller Watch What You Say, modern relationship novel The Caretaker, novel of forgotten US history The Five Destinies of Carlos Moreno, and the Southern Gothic historical novel Hardscrabble Road, a favorite with book clubs.

George speaks often at book clubs, conferences, workshops, and other events. He h...
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April 22, 2022 13 min
Kathleen M. Rodgers is a novelist whose work has appeared in Family Circle Magazine, Military Times, and in several anthologies. A professional writer for more than forty-five years, her novels have garnered many awards and favorable reviews. She’s been featured in USA Today, The Associated Press
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April 16, 2022 9 min
CAROL VAN DEN HENDE is the award-winning author of Goodbye, Orchid which won the American Fiction Award, Pinnacle Achievement Award, IAN for Best First Novel, two Royal Dragonflys, received honorable mention in NY Book Festival and finalist in the Best Book Awards. When she’s not penning stories of resilience and hope, Carol applies her MBA to marketing and strategy (in chocolate, sweet!).
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April 12, 2022 22 min
Rebecca Dimyan is an award-winning writer whose nonfiction essays and short fiction have appeared in national and international publications. Rebecca teaches writing and literature at several universities in Connecticut. She is co-founder of the Ridgefield Writers Conference and now leads the Woodhall Press Writers Conference.
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April 8, 2022 20 min
D.L. LeGere is a publishing professional with over fourteen years of experience in the US, specializing in the trade nonfiction, fiction, gift, and outdoor markets. He has worked with a vast network of industry professionals and published hundreds of titles,
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April 1, 2022 7 min
Through the years, Heather Weidner has been a cop's kid, technical writer, editor, college professor, software tester, and IT manager. Vintage Trailers and Blackmailers is the first in her cozy mystery series, the Jules Keene Glamping Mysteries
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March 25, 2022 32 min
Janet Todd is an internationally renowned novelist and academic, best known for her non-fiction feminist works on women writers including Jane Austen, Aphra Behn and Mary Wollenstonecraft. In recent years, she has turned her hand to writing novels, publishing Lady Susan Plays the Game in 2013, A Man of Genius in 2016 and Don’t You Know There’s a War On? in 2020. Her latest book is Jane Austen and Shelley in the Garden: A Novel with...
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March 19, 2022 27 min
Lauren has loved books since before she learned to read and she was a lifelong bookworm she has the great privilege of spending her career close to what she love. They have allowed her to explore people, places and ideas she wouldn’t be able to experience without them. As a professional book editor and publishing executive she gets to work with writers and words and ideas all day. She is the author of bookish broads.
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March 18, 2022 14 min
Oksana is the author of the bestselling memoir, American Gypsy (FSG, 2012). Her works have appeared in Rumpus, Slate, and Time magazines, and in a number of literary journals and anthologies. Oksana was the 2013 BMI - Library of Congress Kluge Center Literary Award recipient and the 2020 recipient of the Picador Guest Professorship Award from the University of Leipzig, Germany. In 2018 Oksana founded Lounge Writers, an online creat...
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February 9, 2022 12 min
Serena Agusto-Cox, a Suffolk University alum, claims that she writes more vigorously now than she did in her college poetry seminars. Her day job continues to feed the starving artist, and her poems can be read in Dime Show Review, Baseball Bard, Mothers Always Write, Bourgeon, Beginnings Magazine, LYNX, Muse Apprentice Guild, The Harrow, Poems Niederngasse, Avocet, Pedestal Magazine, and other journals. An essay also appears in H....
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February 2, 2022 25 min
She attended Knox College for her B.A. in English Creative Writing with a minor in the Pedagogy of Poetry. While there, she worked for the Association for Black Culture Centers (A.B.C.C.) under Dr. Fred Hord and Ms. Terry Duffy. In addition, she was a TRiO Achievement Program scholar, as well as a Ronald E. McNair Fellow. Monica studied abroad in Dakar, Senegal for a semester in 2010, where she wrote 85 poems, struggled to speak Wo...
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January 25, 2022 27 min
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January 20, 2022 22 min
Bianca Marais is the author of the beloved Hum If You Don't Know the Words and If You Want to Make God Laugh.

She teaches at the University of Toronto's School of Continuing Studies
where she was awarded an
Excellence in Teaching Award for Creative Writing in 2021.

She runs the Eunice Ngogodo Own Voices Initiative
to empower young Black women in Africa to write and publish their own stories,
and is constantly fundraising to
assis...
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December 26, 2021 19 min
I'm Tonya Nagle, Ph.D. I've been writing a lot longer than I've had those last letters. I started writing over 15 years ago for publication. I have been traditionally and independently published. I work in higher education as a writing coach, an adjunct faculty member, and a curriculum designer.
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