The RSW crew interviews Shannon Hale during the 2018 StoryMakers conference.
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, and Randy Lindsay discuss discouragement in the writing business.
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?
Janette, Brock, Aaron, and Randy discuss what scares them (which in Aaron's case is a lot). Randy makes the mistake of mentioning the possibility of doing videos for the podcast. Then they finally address the topic of "Coping with fear and self-doubt."
In this episode Janette, Brock, Aaron, and Randy delve into the dark recesses of their personal lives. They discuss what they do for entertainment, how their spouses react to their writing, and whether their children read their books.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, Aaron Blaylock, Randy Lindsay, and Chelsea Curran discuss whether their first book was published.
Janette Rallison, Brock Booher, Aaron Blaylock, and Randy Lindsay answer listener question of how authors can make sure they aren't following the pack.
Janette, Brock, Aaron, and Randy discuss the myriad forms of rejection, dirty homes, changes in how media is perceived, and the gathering of story fodder.
The Typeractive gang discusses how they find time to write and how life experiences like moving are important to the writing process. The authors describe their writing spaces and what those settings say about them. And winners are announced for the logline contest held at the Ready-Set-Write conference.
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.