Podcast: “Tearing Down the Wall of Writer’s Block”

“Every author in the history of the written word has been there: Staring at a blank page, unable to break through the freezing fear of putting pen to paper. This writer’s block might go on for hours, days, or years, and even the most talented aren’t immune. Join Stephanie and Angela as they discuss strategies to help you tear down that wall.”

 

Source: Editor’s Corner Podcast, Dog Ear Publishing

Podcast: “How Editors Can Help at Every Stage”

“What exactly do editors do, and more importantly, how can we help you work through the writing process? Stephanie and Angela discuss the numerous facets of editing, from mentorship and motivation to story arc and character development to revisions and citations. No matter what phase of writing you’re in—and no matter what issues you’re facing—editors are here to help!”

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Podcast: “Writing Children’s Books”

“Writing children’s books: How hard could it be? The truth is that because the typical children’s book ranges from thirty-two pages (picture books) to eighty pages (middle readers), it can actually be more challenging to write. Why? Because there is less content with which to communicate, meaning every word counts. Our discussion today includes the basics of writing for children: creating story and character arcs in a smaller spaces; why eye-catching, complimentary artwork is so important; why to avoid rhyming; and much, much more!”

Source: Editor’s Corner Podcast: Writing Children’s Books

Podcast: “The Basics of Writing Romance Novels”

“Over the past decade, romance novels have been enjoying an enormous revival, and this time around, the heroines are fierce, the heroes are far more swoon-worthy, and the plots are—gasp!—intelligent. Today, Stephanie and Angela discuss the fundamentals of writing romance and discover that good writing is good writing, no matter the genre!”

Source: Editor’s Corner Podcast: The Basics of Writing Romance Novels

Podcast: “Everything You Need to Know about Dog Ear Publishing’s Literary Edit”

“Once you’ve chosen a literary edit or critique service from Dog Ear Publishing, you’re likely wondering what will happen next. Stephanie and Angela talk you through the process, including what your editor is hoping to see, common issues that can make an editor’s job more difficult, and how an author can work together with an editor to ensure the process goes smoothly!”

 

Source: Editor’s Corner Podcast: Everything You Need to Know about Dog Ear Publishing’s Literary Edit

Podcast: “Most Common Mechanical Mistakes”

“In today’s podcast, we are talking about the most common mistakes that we Dog Ear editors see, specifically the ones that you can take care of before sending your manuscript to us, so we can focus on more of the big-picture things and help you polish your manuscript.”

Source: Editor’s Corner Podcast: Most Common Mechanical Mistakes