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Ep 184 How to launch your blog with your book in mind. Meet Nicole Alexander, author of ‘An Uncommon Woman’ | Australian Writers’ Centre blog

Ep 184 How to launch your blog with your book in mind. Meet Nicole Alexander, author of ‘An Uncommon Woman’ | Australian Writers’ Centre blog

The ‘Middle Fiction’ kids reading guide, blogging Betties, Michel Faber plans to stop writing novels, is Amazon doing the world a favor by crushing book publishers? Perfectionism is slowing your progress, what your handwriting says about you, the Rescue My Site competition, why you must write before you get your perfect writing space, the minimalists are coming to Australia, Writer in Residence Bernadette Foley, get into Google+, Storyology workshops and much more!

Ep 37 Having a muse, why NaNoWriMo is great for your perfectionism; self-publishers versus traditional publishers; what your handwriting says about you and how to get a website makeover. And meet Writer and Editor in Residence Bernadette Foley.

Alan Cumming in Sydney, book-inspired jewellery, self publishing vs traditional publishing, new online property publication, how five writers got started on their first novels, should you start a blog, Writer in Residence Sylvia Day, the Ulysses app, how not to get bogged down in the plot, and more!

In Episode 53 of So you want to be a writer: Alan Cumming in Sydney, book-inspired jewellery, self publishing vs traditional publishing, new online propert

Episode 85 of our podcast is out! | Australian Writers' Centre

Freelance happy pricing, editing, AG Riddle, and more in ep 85 of So you want to be a writer!

We chat about ghostwriting: what it’s like to be a writer for hire, crime writing, 10 writing tips from HarperCollins editors, Stephen King’s tips for all writers, should you break up with your agent? 10 tips on blogging from Darren Rowse, bestselling author Kate Forsyth, why you should write 750 words per day, why you need to shift your thinking on pitching and more!

Ep 21 Ghostwriting, Crime writing, tips from HarperCollins editors and should you ditch your agent? And we chat to best-selling author Kate Forsyth.

In Episode 215 of So you want to be a writer: Discover how to write a great police procedural and why even new writers need author bios. We send out freela

In Episode 215 of So you want to be a writer: Discover how to write a great police procedural and why even new writers need author bios. We send out freela

What publishers really want, swimmers vs togs, why authors should care about Google+, what to do if you have multiple offers, how to tell if your story idea is mediocre, four things you should do to promote your book, the Writer Unboxed Un-Conference, Writer in Residence and Editor of InStyle magazine Kirsten Galliott, Write or Die, know what you’re worth, and much more!

Perils of in difference essay On April Nobel Peace Prize winner, Elie Wiesel delivered the speech that expressed the thoughts of thousands of Holocaust survivors. The speech “

Valerie and Allison congratulate AWC graduate Belinda Williams on her latest novel The Pitch published with Momentum, they discuss two new content marketing agencies launched in Australia, HarperCollins’ new Book Bliss, the 29 Minute Book service for those who want to be smart and fast, facts about the Magna Carta, the book Still Writing by Dani Shapiro, free to use images from Unsplash, interview Writer in Residence Nicky Pellegrino.

Ep 65 AWC graduate Belinda Williams published by Momentum; HarperCollins’ new Book Bliss; the 29 Minute Book; the Magna Carta; and Writer in Residence Nicky Pellegrino, author of “One Summer in Venice”.

Ep 76 of So you want to be a writer! Writer in Residence Stephanie Clifford, author of Everybody Rise. A magazine for cats by cats, and more!

In Episode 76 of So you want to be a writer: Australia’s podcasting boom, 51 words you might be mispronouncing, freelancing mistakes newbies make, the book

Ep 118 The huge self-publishing success of romance writers, and meet author John Birmingham.

In Episode 118 of So you want to be a writer: Are you writing a hybrid book? Discover the people writing poetry as a service and the predictive text genera

The best books of 2014, how authors are selling books on YouTube, the Novella competition, why sitting makes you depressed, the art of social media for writers, what kids really want to read, 12 new Harry Potter stories to come, creating your writer platform, an interactive novel, Writer in Residence Sally Collings, gifts for writers, why you should be networking and more!

Ep 42 New Harry Potter stories; Create your author platform; We also talk to ghostwriter Sally Collings.

We ask are journalists miserable, over educated and underpaid? The Best Australian blogs are announced, the secret libraries of New York city, write a novel… in a game, how Reading Australia are making a difference to Australian schools and universities, the importance of staying published, Writer in Residence Fiona McFarlane, our Working Writer’s Tip, our Web Pick and more!

how to stay published; and interview with author Fiona McFarlane

Episode 78 of So you want to be a writer features Kevin Kwan - author of "Crazy Rich Asians" and "China Rich Girlfriend". PLUS how you can grow your freelance writing career when you've also got a full time job.

In Episode 78 of So you want to be a writer: Valerie reads 270 short stories, book 3 of Allison Tait’s “The Mapmaker Chronicles”, Bauer Media shutting down

The hotly debated “Go Set a Watchman” by Harper Lee, the exciting life of the original Nancy Drew author, cool new Lego visual storytelling app, a 15 minute writing productivity hack, the difference between comprises and consists, Writers in Residence brother-and-sister author duo Nicholas and Alison Lochel from the Zarkora series, how to deal with feeling like an imposter, and more!

In Episode 70 of So you want to be a writer: The hotly debated “Go Set a Watchman” by Harper Lee, the exciting life of the original Nancy Drew author, cool

Why it’s important to write for your goals, the best suggestion I ever got from my editor, the difference between editing features and editing fiction, how to become a productive freelance writer, the book No Plot? No Problem! by Chris Baty, agents behaving badly, Writer in Residence and New York Times bestselling author Liane Moriarty, a new social networking app for authors, should you advise editors if your pitch is accepted elsewhere, and more!

Ep 25 Write for your goals, become a productive freelance writer, agents behaving badly and New York Times bestselling author Liane Moriarty.

We chat about why Valerie can’t go past a good typewriter, author-approved writing implements, student successes, Cory Doctorow’s novel pulled from school reading programme, where to find book recommendations, the eight stages of writing a first draft, Writer in Residence freelance fiction editor Nicola O’Shea, the questions you must ask your editor or proofreader, how to check for plagiarism and more!

In Episode 18 of So you want to be a writer, we chat about why Valerie can't go past a good typewriter, author-approved writing implements, student success

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