In Episode 36, we talk with developmental editor and author Tiffany Yates Martin about writing dialogue that drives your story and provides more color for your characters. Effective dialogue is as much about what your characters are saying with their body language as with the words they’re using.
The Write Approach, Episode 36: Writing Effective Dialogue with Tiffany Yates Martin
In Episode 35, we talk with author and podcaster Kristina Adams about the physical, mental, and emotional toll that writing can have on a person. But we don’t just identify problems. Adams also talks about things authors can do to better take care of themselves and improve their well-being.
And ghosts. We also talk about ghosts.
If you enjoy this topic on mindfulness and self-care, check out our past episode with Claire Parsons.
The Write Approach, Episode 35: Beware the Toll that Writing Takes with Kristina Adams
J. W. Judge and Barbara Hinske discuss the value of consistently showing up to do your creative work regardless of your perceived progress. Consistency drives you toward hitting inflection points and give you the opportunity to success that you otherwise wouldn’t have if you didn’t persevere.
The Write Approach, Episode 34: The Power of Consistently Showing Up to do Your Creative Work