273: Inspirational Indie Author Interview #81: Author Interview with Helen Hollick: Reimagining King Arthur
My guest this week is Helen Hollick, who writes historical fiction about fantastical topics like King Arthur, but reimagines the legend as if Arthur was a real man, without the mag
Your Daily Writing Habit – Best of Sunday Story Time! Homemade rockets gone wrong and writing descriptively.
A Sunday Storytime throwback to 2019 – and beyond that… to America’s Space Race in 1962. And as always, an action question to help YOUR writing! More about today&
“Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than the one with all the facts.” (Multiple attributions including Albert Einstein
My Author Platform book pre-sale link: S3, Ep3 Paul's Podcast Diary for Saturday 23rd January 2021
This ‘inbetweenisode’ is part of our Story Sessions series featuring ‘All We Dream’ by Pamela Cook. Sydney lawyer Miranda McIntyre discovers family secrets
272: How to Get Paid for Your Poetry, with Orna Ross and Trish Hopkinson — Self-Publishing Poetry Podcast
Do you want to get paid for your poetry? Orna Ross, director of the Alliance of Independent Authors, interviews Trish Hopkinson about submitting poetry to paying publications in th
The founders of smart plotting app, Plottr, on the evolution of their service and how it can boost author productivity.
“Social media isn’t a tool that’s just waiting to be used. It has its own goals and it has its own way of pursuing them by using your psychology against you.” -Tristan