Stuck at home? Completely FREE course to help you write your book – Ep 1 Starting writing

Hello! As the world gets strange and uncertain around us, we’re all turning more to creative, imaginative activities. So you might like this completely free resource – So You Want To Be A Writer, a show originally recorded for Surrey Hills Radio about writing, reading, booklife, publishing, self-publishing and everything else wordy.

My co-host is independent bookseller Peter Snell, so between us you get the entire sweep of the books spectrum. From hammering an idea into publishable form (me), to the other end, the person who introduces books to readers who’ll love them. (And knows what they won’t like.)

We had a real blast recording this series, talking about the stuff we love, our lifelong experiences making and selling books, swapping our different perspectives, answering questions from listeners. Above all, we wanted to be helpful and practical – as I’ve always aimed for with this blog and my Nail Your Novel series. You might even like our music choices! (If you do – thank me. If you don’t, blame Peter.) With 52 hour-long episodes of focused advice, the series amounts to a free course in writing a book.

This is episode 1 – starting writing. You can stream it from this widget below, or go to our Mixcloud page and listen there.

 

PS If you like our show, and you’re curious about the book I’m trying to nail now, here’s my newsletter

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  1. #1 by Rae Reads on March 19, 2020 - 11:54 pm

    THANK YOU.

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