Janette, Brock, Aaron, and Randy interview successful blogger Brad McBride. They discuss food, blogging, and how Brad got started with his popular LDS blog.
Janette, Brock, and Randy discuss the pitfalls of incorporating politics in writing.
Janette, Brock, and Randy talk about whether they published their first book. Guest Jill Brenner asks the group how to promote a book and the marketing methods they used. And a mystery guest asks how the group finds time to write.
The third episode recorded at the Tempe Library. Janette, Brock, and Randy answer questions from the audience. Michelle asks about writing first chapters. Lucy gives an elevator pitch for her monster story.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, and Randy Lindsay discuss the reading habits of spouses and then visit with guests. Stephanie asks about giving protagonists problems and how to balance the conflict in a story with multiple characters. Diana asks about the best way to introduce current events into your story.
Recorded live at the Tempe Library, Janette, Brock, and Randy interview members of the audience. Michelle asks about the best way to move the plot forward. Diana asks about introducing sub-plots that turns into a discussion about romance.
Janette, Brock, and Randy visit with more authors from the Red Mountain library Local Author Fair. Linda G. Shane asks about book marketing. John Alcott discusses his novel about PTSD. Evangeline Colbert asks about finding live events for marketing. Jeannie Bender asks Randy which of the elements he relates to.
The fourth episode recorded at the Red Mountain library Local Author Fair. Guests Aliza Bloom Robinson, Jeannie Bender, Logan Levinson, and Chanda Simper.
Recorded during the Red Mountain library Local Author Fair, Janette, Brock, Aaron, and Randy visit with author Laura Walker about writing women's lit.
Session 2 at the Red Mountain library Local Author Fair. Janette, Brock, Aaron, and Randy visit with Stephanie Jefferson, John D. Trudel, and Jasmine Bender.
Ready-Set-Write is a podcast where we discuss the writing life, things we've learned along the way, and tips we have for those who dare to embark on the writing journey. We like to think of it as inviting you, the listener, into our homes for fifteen minutes of fun and education.