Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, Adrienne Quintana, Aaron Blaylock, and Randy Lindsay discuss their worst author moments. The group encourages the audience to share their worst author moment in the comments.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, Aaron Blaylock, Adrienne Quintana, and Randy Lindsay discuss the benefits of authors working together.
What makes something a convention in a genre. The difference between what is a trope in a genre instead of a cliché.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, Aaron Blaylock, Adrienne Quintana, and Randy Lindsay discuss their new game show - So You Think You Can Write.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, and Randy Lindsay discuss their resolutions for the new year and story pitches. What to do and not do when pitching a story to an agent or editor.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, and Randy Lindsay discuss discouragement in the writing business.
Adrienne Quintana, Brock Booher, and Randy Lindsay answer questions from the audience. Maria asked what technology do we use for our podcast and what advice do we have for teens who want to create their own podcast. Michael asked using both the left and right side of your brain when writing. Michael also asks what to do when you have put your character into a situation that you don't have a solution for the problem.
Brock Booher, Adrienne Quintana, and Randy Lindsay take questions from the audience at the Tempe Book Festival. Brian asked what brought each of the authors to start writing. Pam asked how National Novel Writing Month has helped us. Pam asked what we do to make our characters likeable or hateable?
Lady Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, Aaron Blaylock, and Randy Lindsay answer questions for the attendees of the Ready-Set-Write conference. Mark asks, "Is there a formula for what to include in the first ten pages of your novel.? Jeannie asks, "When do you do the research for your stories?" Jeannie asks, "What are the biggest pros and cons to traditional and indie publishing?"
Recorded during the Ready-Set-Write conference held at Mesa Red Mountain Library, the crew answers questions from the audience. The questions include: how do you know when your book is close to being ready to publish, do the pantsers on the panel check their plotlines once they are done with a story, can a third character develop out of the conflict between two villains, and how do you deal with writer's block.
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.