To use them, or not to use them, that is the question? Join Holly as she talks cliches and when to break them. Includes a review of "Cultown", by Duncan Smith, and the title track of the book's soundtrack, "Cultown", at the end.
Join Holly as she begins talking the technicals of writing, in the first episode of Chapter 3. She and her guest discuss the Dialogue-Description balance, and how to find it for your novel. Includes a review of "The Darkest Shade of Grey" by Alan Baxter, at the end.
Join Holly as she talks to Erinland author Kathryn Berryman about the amount for foreshadowing needed, and how to best set up a sequel to your works. Includes a review of "Erinland" by Kathryn Berrman at the end.
In this second-last episode of Chapter 2, Holly and her guest discuss whether the Happily Ever After is required reading, or if you can get away without happiness on all sides for your characters. Includes a review of "Goblin Fires", by Brantwijn Serrah, at the end.
Join Holly and Lauren as they discuss the last scene of a novel - the return home - and discuss whether it needs to be a physical return, as in fantasy, or a metaphorical, as in non-speculative fictions. Includes a review of "The Problem with Crazy" at the end.
In this episode, we get closer to the end of your book. Join Holly as she's joined with Jeffery E. Doherty, and they talk about the Final Battle, the big bang that brings all your hard work together. Includes a review of "Olivia Stone and the Trouble with Trixies" at the end.
On this week's episode, Holly Hunt sits down with Felicity Banks, author of Heart of Brass, and together, they talk about the First Conflict, the first problem a character faces on his or her journey. A review of Heart of Brass is included at the end.