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There are many talks on the internet about writing, but nothing like Write Pack Radio. Write Pack Radio brings Pop Culture, Writing, and Publishing together and throws them into a crucible of humor, clarity, and passion.

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Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WritePackRadio/ In this episode, the Write Pack explores the question: What has been the Evolution of Storytelling? Has the expectations of the reader changed over time—even... more

In this episode, the Write Pack that writing is not just an art of telling stories, but also of risk taking—pushing the envelope of who you are, what you write, and how you tell your story. All episodes available at: - iTunes - Blog... more

In this episode, the Write Pack discusses what you need to know about hiring a narrator for your audio book and what you need to do it yourself. All episodes available at: - iTunes - Blog Talk Radio - TuneIn - YouTube - And other... more

In this episode, the Write Pack shares the struggles that every author tends to have—the first draft. For some it is believed to be easy and for others it is as easy as sitting at the keyboard and opening up your veins. All episodes... more

In this episode, the Write Pack jumps in the Batmobile and rides it straight into the story structure of Christopher Nolan. There are many stories and many story structures, but they all share many things in common. The Write Pack explores... more

Have you ever been thrown out of a story because the universe the story is in feels . . . fake, campy, unrealistic with characters who would never do what they are doing? It happens and it is something we writers never want to... more

To some this may sound like an easy question. Or is it? Should prologues remain, should they be somehow folded into the story or should they be removed altogether? All episodes available at: - iTunes - Blog Talk Radio - TuneIn -... more

The Write Pack explores what and how to write for children. How does the story or content change for different age groups? How do you write for children without writing ?down to them?? Has the content allowed changed over the years? And... more

As the Write Pack celebrates Mary Shelly, we find ourselves confronted by the age-old question: What is it about the power of the horror genre that stays with us like it does? From ghost stories told around campfires to classic... more

Have you ever told someone, especially someone close to you, that you are a writer only to get an eye roll? Or even worse, ?Oh, you work from home all day. Great, we need volunteers for . . . and since you have all that time on your... more