In today's episode, Holly and her guest Belinda Crawford look into the process of creating a plot, and how it can lead people off into unexplained places. Includes a review of Hero by Belinda Crawford at the end.
Join Holly and her guest JE Cammon as they talk about the process of creating settings, and the conflicts that spout from them, for both characters and creator. Includes a review of 'Bay City ' by JE Cammon.
Our longest episode to date! Join Holly and her guest Tracy Joyce as they talk about the creation and development of characters as you plot and put pen to paper. Includes a review of 'Altaica' by Tracy Joyce.
Just how does one find the time to write with a full time job and a family? The same way they find time to sleep! Holly explains where she has found time to write her books, and challenges you to find your own. Includes a review of 'The Species Within' by Kimberly Clark.
Where should you write? In a cafe? At a bar? With one hand on your Xbox control? Holly highlights some writing areas, and encourages you to find your own style. Includes a review of 'The South Forsaken' by Rachel Drummond at the end of the episode.
Holly talks a little about beating that little voice in the back of your head complaining about where you put that comma and the word you chose to begin the sentence, and offers some tried-and-true ways of ignoring the perfect sentence, lying just out of reach. Includes a review of 'UnEarthed' by Rebecca Bloomer at the end of the episode.
In this episode, we talk to Australian author Patricia Leslie about her book 'A Single Light'. This episode will help you decide why you want to write, and how to start. Includes a review of Patricia Leslie's 'A Single Light' at the end of the episode.