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Editing is one of the most important steps in a novel's development. In order to make your work the most superb piece of fiction out there, you canNOT skip over or skimp on this process! So join me for episode 11 on "Editing Your Novel". We'll be talking about developmental & structural editing as well as line editing. Learn how to do your own author edit before you send your work out to the pro editors! Keep it indie, <3 Colby
Welcome to Part II of the "Editing Your Novel" miniseries! We're going to talk more about: * how to budget for an editor, * how to hire and work with an editor (with a particular emphasis on Michael J Carr who I adore) * writer's ego and the ability to put it aside for the sake of your baby (novel) * how to re-write your novel according to your editor's notes, especially if you happen to be working with two of them, and finally, we'll have a brief intro into: * underst
Welcome to Part III of the "Editing Your Novel" miniseries! In this last podcast, we'll be discussing the final leg of editing your novel, including: * figuring out what it is you want from your beta readers, and I'll give you exampls of how I've selected mine, * identifying the right number and right type of beta readers you need to read over your novel, * how to put together the necessary questionnaire materials to get the most out of your beta readers, * knowing which
Do you feel as if your life has been one big quagmire? Have you found yourself wondering why me? Have you asked yourself over and over, "Why did The Universe place me in the of middle of a riddle, a riddle I'm calling my life? Join Dr. D Ivan Young for this provocative interview with a woman who's been named by Time Magazine one of the 50 future leaders of America. Rebecca Walker is a writer and the daughter of Alice Walker, the African-American author of The Color Purple, and Mel Leventhal, a Jewish American lawyer. Through a series of journeys to find her identity, she has stepped into her own light as a writer. Rebecca Walker is the author of the best-selling memoirs Black, White and Jewish and Baby Love, and editor of the anthology Black Cool. Her writing has appeared in Newsweek, Glamour, Marie Claire, The Washington Post, and Vibe, among many other publications. Her debut novel just released is entitled Ade. For more information, please visit www.rebeccawalker.com and follow her on Twitter: @rebeccawalker. To submit a show idea, comment, or be considered as a featured guest email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intuitive Guide David Tangredi (www.DavidTangredi.com) discusses his latest novel, "Journey to the Temple of Ra." This riveting story captivates while conveying spiritual insight and channeled guidance. The way David structures the story around the meaning of the cards in the tarot deck is pure genius.
In this interview David shares his inspiration for writing this book, what makes the book unique, and how it can help you find a deeper meaning in your life. As John finds his life purpose, his example can help you find yours.
Awakening In Austin is a project of http://HigherSelfEnterprises.com and hosted by Sara Pencil Blumenfeld. Sara is an energy practitioner who uses the tools and techniques of Matrix Energetics, Access Consciousness, and The Teachings of Abraham to help you clear limiting beliefs and change patterns that are preventing you from living your best life now (details and testimonials at www.AccessChangeNow.com). To comment on the show, please email email@example.com
Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Beaten Path.
Fitting into a new job is never easy, although sometimes it's smoother than other times. But what is the best way to get through a situation where it might not be the easiest road? Jane will cover that, no doubt drawing on personal experiences.
Also, Jane will read excerpts from her novel that she's been working on for 20+ years. Consider it a gift.
All this plus NPR news, music, and much more. Join us!
Isaac Ho is the author of four novels including the fast paced thriller The Repatriation of Henry Chin, the gritty crime drama Death in Chinatown, and the noir comedy Hell is Full of Strippers. His latest novel The Chinese Delivery Man is inspired by the true life murders of New York Chinese delivery men. Isaac wrote and produced the indie feature 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position, an Orwellian drama starring Amanda Plummer. As a playwright, Isaac won the SF Weekly Black Box Award for his play Along For the Ride. Isaac holds an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA. http://www.scriptenabler.com/isaachowriter/
Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University Department of Psychiatry; NIMH Research Fellow, Center for OCD and Related Disorders at Columbia Psychiatry
In this talk, Dr. Rodriguez will emphasize that although the causes of OCD are not fully understood, researchers have important clues for the brain basis of this disorder. Brain regions thought to be affected in OCD use chemical messengers to communicate and hold a key to understanding the brain basis of OCD. Finally, Dr. Rodriguez will describe how glutamate, the main chemical messenger involved in the communication between nerve cells in the brain, plays a role in OCD
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A reading and interview with author J.C. Weil author of Eavesdropping: A Little Novel. A funny, thoughtful, slightly maddening story about what happens when a woman becomes selectively mute. "Eavesdropping is an unflinchingly courageous following of the dynamics of a woman's seemingly deliberate dysfunction... intriguing anaylysis develops as the reader 'eavesdrops' on the questions, the search for answers, and the reasoning presented from the differing perspectives of Dezzy and Harry... One can compare this book of interior monologues... to The Yellow Wallpaper, a classic, by Charlotte Perkins." --Mary Rudge, Poet and editor, The Human Face of Love ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Prison is a difficult place to be....but one grows accustomed to it. The rules, the roles, the cells, the routines and the imposed discipline. Are only those who are physically in prison bound by the daily experiences of incarceration? Do people on the so-called "outside" create walls and impose limits to living and growing and experiencing? Join Lori and Alice as they discuss David Rhodes' newest novel, Jewelweed.