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Research Matters: Tools for Writing Historical Fiction, with Tea Cooper


A conversation with Australian author, Tea Cooper, where we discuss all things research, from the wonders of Trove to the delights of local folk museums spawning treasures that bring added life to our stories. You can find out more about Tea and her novels here. Share this:

It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere; Writing on the Road & Making Money Doing It, With Joe Russo

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Freedom’s just another word for taking the leap, and getting out there and doing it. Word is, it’s not as scary as it seems. Joe Russo, of We’re The Russos, should know. He’s written a book about it, Take Risks; One Couple’s Journey to Quit Their Jobs & Hit The Open Road. Not only is it…

The Voices In Your Head; Daily Intentions & A Healthy Writing Mindset, With Brian Burkard


Are you ready for a few top mindset strategies to help you deal with fear, ego and money? Brian Burkard, of the Marketing Mindset Podcast, mixes it with the experts and today he shares his mindset toolkit with us. Developing a growth mindset isn’t easy but there are a few tricks, like starting your day…

Getting Started on Your Writing Journey, With Judy Lawn

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‘Where do I start?’ is the question Judy Lawn, author and Creative Writing Teacher, is most often asked in her writing classes. That, and where to find ideas. Her advice is always the same. Study good stories in depth and find out why they work. Look at the dialogue, setting and characters, the backstory and…

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#93 Creating a Work/Life Balance, with Annie Seaton

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Have you ever thought about sitting down and planning exactly what you want your writing life to look like? Annie Seaton – author of Kakadu, Daintree and Diamond Sky, along with countless other novels over the last five years – takes a breath and shares with us, not only her writing journey to date, but…

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