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August 6, 2020
Something new this week. I break the rules! Go rogue!This episode flies past the 10-minute mark to help you put the pieces together and write your book. I'll point out some of the best tips we've heard, expand on them, and show you how all these short episodes can go together to help you write your novel or memoir.Not only will we remember advice from Mary Laura Philpott, Margaret Renkl, Bree Rolfe, and Hannah Harlow, we'll get you ready to pitch agents at a free online event in September.SIGN up for your FREE Writing Game Plan and to be alerted of when the free Pitch and Query Letter workshop.Don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.
July 30, 2020
We want to get readers. All of us. But, to do that, we need to serve them--really *get them. On this episode, Leigh Stein, the author of many books including her most recent, Self Care. She offers up some reader-centered advice. As odd as it seems, we’re going to talk about how a mission statement for your book really helps you stay focused on that serving-the-reader trajectory. SIGN up for your FREE Writing Game Plan and to be alerted of when the free Pitch and Query Letter workshop. Don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.
July 23, 2020
Self-doubt in women in men writers might be the same, but they end up with different results. For women, there's no excuse to hesitate.  Find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode. Please click on the following sponsors, all useful for writers.Skillshare   Grammarly  Scrivener
July 16, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work. Join The 10,000 Words in July Challenge! It's not too late.Do you get stuck when it comes to plot? Is your short story, novel, or memoir missing that key element that makes it a page-turner? There are TWO great tips on the podcast today. Listen as Dr. Jennifer Kates, the director of the at-home writing program MTSU Write, shares how to make a plot less predictable. Plus, hear how to dial up the tension of your work. Don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Don't forget to click on these affiliates. Not only do I use them all, but some are free or discounted--and all support the podcast.Skillshare  Grammarly Scrivener
July 9, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.Get Your Writing Game PlanJoin The 10,000 Words in July Challenge!This week is about AGENTS. Where do you find them? In the dark ages, you would have to look up their addresses and mail them letters. The internet has changed all that. By the end of this short episode, you'll learn where agents hang out.And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Skillshare  Grammarly Scrivener
July 2, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work. Join The 10,000 Words in July Challenge!This episode we hear a listener's best writing advice. It goes perfectly with a short lesson on understanding that description IS plot, and how to inject it into your writing.And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Please, click on the show affiliates. Thank you!Skillshare  Grammarly Scrivener
June 25, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.How do we keep at this writing thing? How do we push through when it’s so much easier to put it off or quit entirely. I’m calling out YOU, fellow-procrastinators.Here's a list of 3 MUSTS to get you back to the page. Plus, find out about our July Writing Challenge AND a worksheet that will be your writing game plan.And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.PLEASE, click on our affiliates. Thanks!Skillshare  Grammarly  Scrivener
June 18, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.Did you write 10,000 words in the last month? No? Me either. How about we do it in July together. Join us in our interactive Facebook group as we take the 10,000 Words in July Challenge. Even if you stumble on this at another time, this short episode has 3 hacks for writing more, plus 3 ways of thinking to avoid. And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Please check out Write in 10's affiliate sponsors:ScrivenerSkillshareGrammarly
June 11, 2020
Write in 10 is a NEW Podcast, so please SUBSCRIBE, RATE, and REVIEW.  This week we discuss writing groups--to join or not to join. Hear a convincing argument by former Houghton Mifflin Harcourt executive director of marketing and new bookstore owner, Hannah Harlow. Plus hear 5 ways to set up or improve your writing group. Also, Click here for a list of books by black authors. Proceeds go to independent bookstores and The United Negro College Fund.Don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Support the show while getting a discount on SKILLSHARE creative workshops. Also, check out our new affiliate Grammarly, the Number 1 writing app.
June 4, 2020
Write in 10 is a NEW Podcast, so please SUBSCRIBE, RATE, and REVIEW. Black society has been telling us their stories for years. This includes through the written word. This episode passes on writing advice on how to write black characters from Kit de Waal, Mya Nunnally, and Nancy Johnson.It also discusses how purchasing books by black authors gives a signal to the publishing industry we want them to comprise more than the measly 5% of published authors. Click here for a list of books by black authors. Proceeds go to independent bookstores and The United Negro College Fund.And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Support the show while getting a discount on SKILLSHARE workshops.
May 28, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.This episode begins to answer the question I get asked the most: Should you take the traditional publishing route or self-publish? I squished it into 13 minutes, after many tries. We'll definitely touch on many of the aspects in future episodes.Mercy House author Alena Dillon drops by to share her journey with traditional publishing. Give it a listen, do the writing assignment, then let us know how things went on our website or social media. And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.Find YOUR class with a special discount from W10 at SKILLSHARE.Join Skillshare Today and Get Two Months Premium for Free!
May 21, 2020
Subscribe, Rate, and Review! You can get more motivation, inspiration, and tips in your inbox with the Write in 10 newsletter.Margaret Renkl, the author of "Late Migrations," a Today Show bookclub pick, is on the show! She offers advice. Anyone wise should take it. She knows what she's talking about. This week's challenge is developing a habit. Thanks to reading "Tiny Habits" by B.J. Fogg, there's an easy 3-step process.And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode. SKILLSHARE, 2 Months Free --> https://skillshare.eqcm.net/c/2307822/608192/4650
May 14, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation--then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.This episode is about writing prompts. Do you use them? Are you stubborn like me, and then do one and end up with something beyond what you were prepared for? Our writer cameo is from accomplished poet, Bree Rolfe. Give it a listen, do one or more of the prompts given, then let us know how things went on our website or social media. And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE, where you will also find a corresponding blog to this episode.
May 7, 2020
Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of writing.This episode is an intro to description. Description used to be taught as throwing all the adjectives you could together in one sentence. Unfortunately, that’s an easy way to spot an inexperienced writer.Listen for a fast take on WHY to use description. Once we understand that, the whens and hows and how muchs fall in place easier. You can find an easy-to-follow blog up at https://www.writein10.com/home/episode3And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE.
May 7, 2020
You returned!Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.It’s time to get rid of your family, I mean--quiet your inner voices. Join us for some great tips to help you write without giving a care to what others think.Our special cameo is National Bestselling author Mary Laura Philpott, the writer of I Miss You When I Blink!You can find an easy-to-follow blog up at https://www.writein10.com/home/episode2And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE.
May 7, 2020
It’s Write in 10’s first episode!Subscribe to the Write in 10 microcast. 10 minutes of writing advice, instruction, and motivation. Then it’s your turn to do 10 minutes of work.It’s time to get going, get unstuck, stop putting off what you know you need to do. Beginners and advanced writers can find information, motivation, and inspiration. We all want to know if we have the talent to be a writer. I might not know IF you have talent, but I do know one way you can GET it. Listen in, then share your thoughts.You can find an easy-to-follow blog up at https://www.writein10.com/home/episode1And don’t forget to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and our interactive Facebook group.Send in your own writing advice at our WEBSITE.
November 26, 2019
Welcome to a new podcast on writing. New and experienced writers will hear writing techniques, tips, and tricks, as well as information on publishing. In just ten minutes a week, you'll get a kick in the pants push you forward in your projects. See you in January!
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