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Episode 112 – Cassie Newell, Shane Millar, Productivity, and Finding Your Why

In this episode, Jeff sits down with Cassie Newell and Shane Millar to talk about productivity and fueling your writing by finding your “why.” They go deep into their journeys as writers, how they have each written multiple novels and nonfiction books, what they need in a workspace, and how they found their “why” toContinue reading “Episode 112 – Cassie Newell, Shane Millar, Productivity, and Finding Your Why”

Episode 109 – Carmen Dillion and World Building with Dialogue

In this episode, Jeff sits down with Carmen Dillion to look at a chapter she wrote. They talk about using dialogue to world build, building a character’s voice to empower the character’s growth, and taking your characters on different emotional journeys. To listen on Spotify, click here. To listen on iTunes, click here. To listenContinue reading “Episode 109 – Carmen Dillion and World Building with Dialogue”

Episode 107 – Charmyra Fleming and Zooming into the Scene

In this episode, Jeff looks at a chapter from Charmyra Fleming’s current project. Together they talk about finding the beginning and end of segments for prose placement, using conversations for world-building, and zooming into the scene to build reader engagement. You can find Charmyra’s website here: https://www.creativecalfuray.com/home Check out her podcast here: https://www.creativecalfuray.com/blog To registerContinue reading “Episode 107 – Charmyra Fleming and Zooming into the Scene”

Episode 105 – Laura Humm and Alicia McCalla on Editing Dialogue

In this episode, Laura Humm and Alicia McCalla edit a piece together. Laura breaks down for Alicia the steps and techniques she uses to edit dialogue. This podcast is a window into the editing process of a talented exceptional editor. To register for the upcoming master class, go to https://dialoguedoctor.com/masterclass-sign-up/ To listen on Spotify, clickContinue reading “Episode 105 – Laura Humm and Alicia McCalla on Editing Dialogue”

Episode 103 – Roland Denzel and Using Dialogue in a Scene

Roland and Jeff look at a piece together and discuss getting rid of summaries, building bridges to the reader’s imaginations, and the different parts of dialogue. Together they get deep into how to use dialogue to get the results you want out of your writing. To engage with Roland’s work, go to https://indestructibleauthor.com/author/roland/ To listenContinue reading “Episode 103 – Roland Denzel and Using Dialogue in a Scene”

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