Write Now with Sarah Rhea Werner Listen now (27 min) | a bonus episode to remind you that the timing will never be perfect. so write anyway
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But Everything is so SHINY: Episode 319, Coaching journalist Alison Myers on restarting a writing career.Listen now (57 min) | It’s hard to start. It’s hard to finish. It’s hard to choose. Sometimes writers (especially those who have had to step back from a…
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Yes You Can Write In More Than One Genre. Here's how: Episode 318 flips the shelves.Listen now (43 min) | Oh yeah we’ve been there. Heck, we are there. Pigeonholed. Safe in our little bunker. Maybe just a tiny bit typecast. Jumping…
How Writing Middle Grade is Different, and How It's Not: Episode 317 with Jamie Sumner Listen now (51 min) | I don’t think we’ve ever talked about middle grade on #AmWriting, which was why I was so delighted to talk to Jamie Sumner, author…
Living with Writer Envy. Episode 316: We wanted to call this conquering it but we can't. Listen now (48 min) | Some of us, which might be all of us, have spent a decent amount of time writhing in the throes of writer envy lately. Can’t…
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When Your Agent Doesn't Like Your Idea as Much as You Do: Episode 315 with Kristen GreenListen now | Jess here. On this week’s episode, I talk with New York Times bestselling author Kristen Green about her first book, Something Must Be Done…
How to Write a Cozy Mystery (the rules are changing): Episode 314 with Mia ManansalaListen now (45 min) | Shownotes up front—but scroll down, there’s an announcement! Mia P. Manansala (she/her) is a writer and book coach from Chicago…
One Man's Quest to Find the Next Big Book Idea: Episode 313 with A.J. JacobsListen now (58 min) | Jess here. A.J. Jacobs has long been my inspiration for both writing and writerly mentorship, so I was thrilled when his…
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