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Novelist Spotlight is a gathering place for people interested in reading and writing great fiction and literature. This is where you will hear from the authors who write the novels and learn of their motivations, writing process, characters, struggles and successes. Novelist Spotlight is hosted by Mike Consol, a lifelong journalist and author of four novels.
 
Listen to Confessions of a Debut Novelist, hosted by author Chloe Timms, to hear from new and up-and-coming writers about their debut novel. We talk writing journeys, tips and advice and what it's like to be new to the world of publishing. Each episode features a writer about to have their debut novel published, covering adult, YA and children's in a range of genres. We'll hear about rejections and setbacks, how writers signed with their agent and whether their book deal was with an indie pu ...
 
Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks with other crime fiction writers about stories with complex, authentic females at their cores. And she does it with humor, irreverence, the occasional dive into oversharing and—gasp—profanity, and vast quantities of wine, coffee, or whatever gets her through another day. Copyrighted and solely owned by Authors on the Air Global Network. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crime-and-wine/support
 
Look! I wrote a novel and it got published - by St. Martins Press - a big fancy pub house. I know how to write. I've been doing it for a looonnnggg time. And I've been helping others hone their craft and find their voice as writers since 2006. So, I had this idea, I'll read my book - The Playgroup - and, as I go, chapter by chapter, I'll share with my listeners all I know about writing. So, have fun, listen to the episodes in order, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Support this podcast: https://anchor ...
 
Hey everyone, This is The Novelist Girl. I am a researcher by profession. But my love for books always make me read a lot of novels including motivational, fictional and various genres. So here I am introducing my podcast The_Novelist_Girl where I will provide motivational content in Hindi as well as English in my unique way. I will be uploading various motivational stories and tips and tricks to get best out of your life. If you want to improve yourself and feel motivated with a little talk ...
 
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Nichole asks: What are your most memorable writing sprints? Throwing Lead Down From Ten, podcast or paperback And Then She Was Gone Secrets of the Heinlein Juvenile The Coffee Service short story or podcast Psyhco IV: The Beginning Hadrian’s Flight The post Question 1059: Best Writing Sprints appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Cailean Steed about their thriller Home. In this episode we discuss creating a fictional cult, how an agency open day led to Cailean signing with an agent and how they beat the difficulties of trying to write something completely new. But first, here’s Cailean with an excerpt from H…
 
In the spotlight is Ainslie Hogarth, the author of three novels, including “Motherthing," her latest, which has been named by Cosmopolitan as the best horror novel of all time, and the best book of the year by the New York Times, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. and KOBO. The New York Times Book Review called it “a quirky, gruesome, utterly original…
 
Join Pamela Fagan Hutchins in conversation with Holly S. Roberts about ONLY GIRL ALIVE, her first Detective Eve Bennett crime thriller! As day breaks over the Tanner family home, the house is deadly silent and the door is firmly closed. Upstairs, the whole family lie cold and lifeless in their beds. All with the same look of fear in their unblinkin…
 
Ed Asks: With regards to descriptions and narration, how much detail is too much detail? The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy Clear and Present Danger by Tom Clancy Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton Pure Heat by ML Buchman Nathan Lowell’s Trader’s Tales Episode Sponsored by Archivos The post Question 1056: Too Much Detail appeared first on The Ev…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of Confessions of a Debut Novelist! This week, I’m talking to Heather Darwent about her psychological suspense novel The Things We Do To Our Friends, which has just become a Sunday Times Bestseller. In this episode we discuss what it’s like to be a debut novelist with the added pressure of your book being compared to big, famous…
 
Nichole asks: I’m trying to find good resources to help me do better spacing with my paragraphs, and such for my fiction writing. I have a good grasp on overall grammar. (Though my hurried emails don’t show this…) But some of the different spacing for paragraphs, when to indent and how much, or there is dialogue and such are still mystifying to me.…
 
Indiana Jim asks: You said on Twitter you had read a 500-page book by a reputed master, whom in the last eight pages, “breaks all thematic, plot, and character logic.” Without throwing this particular author under the bus, could you provide more detail on how this was accomplished so that we might avoid such a pitfall? Resources Mentioned: The Clar…
 
Ever since I read White Noise, the 1985 National Book Award winner written by Don DeLillo, I’ve been expecting some Hollywood movie director would recognize its brilliance and bring it to the Silver Screen in some limited fashion. Finally, it happened, aided by the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown, thanks to movie director Noah Baumbach and his wife,…
 
Dan and Kitty talk about all the hidden things that city slickers don’t know about rural life and characters. In this final episode, they talk about how things are differ between off-grid and on-grid rural life. Sponsored by Archivos The post Writing Rural, Ep 3: Rural and On-Grid appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Dan and Kitty talk about all the hidden things that city slickers don’t know about rural life and characters. In this episode, they talk about the rural worldview and how order of operations conditions it. The post Writing Rural, Ep 2: Worldview and Order of Operations appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Louise Finch about her YA novel, The Eternal Return of Clara Hart. This is the last episode of season one of the podcast before a new season next week and what a book to end it on. Louise’s book is a really great novel tackling tough subject matter. We talk about writing about toxic…
 
Dan and Kitty talk about all the hidden things that city slickers don’t know about rural life and characters. In this episode, they start with basic survival, logistics, and supply line issues. The post Writing Rural, Ep 1: Equipment and Strategy appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.Autor: J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Herb asks: I know that stealing from two sources versus one is the difference between being inspired and plagiarizing, but what good old “I could have told that tale better.” I can’t be the first new writer to be inspired in part by watching some movie or reading some book and thinking “That’s a good idea, but here is how you tell it.” I know it ha…
 
Kat Rosenfield is a culture writer and author of five novels, including the Edgar-nominated No One Will Miss Her. In 2018, she partnered with the late, great Stan Lee to co-author A Trick of Light, a new superhero story set in the digital age. We discuss: >> The impulse and rewards of writing >> The World According to Garp >> The Feminine Chaos pod…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Ella King about her literary novel Bad Fruit. In this episode we discuss how boredom during chemotherapy inspired Ella to write again, exploring toxic family relationships and generational trauma, and how competition success gave her confidence to query agents. Confessions of a Debu…
 
The most dangerous adversary has nothing left to lose... Join Pamela Fagan Hutchins in conversation with crime thriller author Terry Shepherd talking about his new Jessica Ramirez release CHASING KARMA, and much more! Jess feels Karma's sting in the third entry in Terry's Jessica Ramirez Thriller series. Here's what advance readers are saying... Je…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Shauna Lawless about her historical fantasy The Children of Gods and Fighting Men. I really wanted to talk to Shauna about her route to publication because I knew originally she was writing purely for fun when her husband was doing the kids’ bedtime routine every other night and she…
 
In the spotlight is author of THE CLOISTERS, northern California novelist Katy Hays. We discuss: >> Tarot cards >> The Zodiac >> Believing the unbelievable >> Origins of The Cloisters >> The Harmonic Convergence >> Art history >> Teaching >> Cake baking >> Etc. Learn more about Katy Hays here: https://www.katyhays.com To subscribe to her June Gloom…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Margaux Vialleron about her literary novel The Yellow Kitchen. In this episode we talk about the freedom and pleasure of writing in a second language, how she used her own diaries to write about the political landscape of 2019 and the unusual way she inhabits her characters – by tex…
 
In the spotlight is professional therapist and author Anna Hogeland whose debut novel, THE LONG ANSWER, takes on pregnancy, motherhood and the nature of female relationships. The Sunday Times called the book “a triumph of human portraiture, as subtle as it is seething” and “fascinating both on its surface and in its depths.” We discuss: >> Being se…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Kenny Boyle about his contemporary novel The Tick and the Tock of the Crocodile Clock. Kenny’s debut novel was published by an indie press and Kenny’s done so much work himself to promote it so we talk about his advice for writers nervous about publicity and spreading the word about…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Heather Parry about her gothic horror Orpheus Builds a Girl. Heather has been involved in the literary scene for years but has had quite a meandering and frustrating route to getting her first novel published which we talk about in this episode, also how she took inspiration from a …
 
Jemima Kelly, Financial Times columnist, writes: “There is nothing cozier than curling up on the sofa, tucking oneself into bed, or — my particular favorite — sinking into a deep, steaming-hot bath with a good novel, to be transported to lands far away, times long gone or the minds of characters strange, sex-obsessed and sadistic. (Or perhaps that’…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Natalie aka N.A. Cooper about her thriller Ripple Effect. I was so inspired hearing Natalie’s journey to publication. She’s done no courses or creative writing classes, encouragement came solely from her family and her own passion to keep going. She researched indie publishers herse…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Kasim Ali about his contemporary novel Good Intentions. This episode really is a must-listen. Being an editor, Kasim talks openly about what it’s like on the other side of the process and gives some surprising advice as to why he thinks writers shouldn’t be on Twitter and shouldn’t …
 
In just 15 months the Novelist Spotlight podcast has accumulated 100 episodes. Here is a look back and forward. Novelist Spotlight is produced and hosted by Mike Consol, author of “Family Recipes: A Novel About Italian Culture, Catholic Guilt and the Culinary Crime of the Century,” “Hardwood: A Novel About College Basketball and Other Games Young M…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Natasha Hastings about her middle grade novel The Miraculous Sweetmakers: The Frost Fair. In this episode we discuss disability representation in fiction, writing about grief for a younger audience and how she has learnt to become a “chaotic planner”. Confessions of a Debut Novelist…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Laura Lexx about her commercial novel Pivot. In this episode we discuss why she chose not to describe her characters’ appearances, how stand-up comedy makes a good partner to writing funny books and how her writing career began with a tweet that went viral. Confessions of a Debut No…
 
In the spotlight is Jess Lourey, author of crime fiction, nonfiction, children's books, YA adventure and magical realism. She is a retired professor of creative writing and sociology, and blogger for Psychology Today. We discuss: >> The one sentence per scene outline >> Writing 2,000 words per day >> First efforts, first novels >> Characteristics o…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Sean Lusk about his historical novel The Second Sight of Zachary Cloudesley. In this episode we talk about pushing further on emotions to find the real story in an idea, choosing language carefully to make historical fiction immersive and how it took Sean until he was on his third a…
 
Lisa Regan is back with THE INNOCENT WIFE, and she's talking with Pamela Fagan Hutchins about it on Crime & Wine. That and the Phillies, her status as a converted plotter, and what's up next for Josie... with a surprise guest appearance from Mr. Phillip, her Boston terrier! Candles are lit and their rich vanilla scent twists its way through the cab…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Emma Styles about her thriller No Country for Girls. In this episode we discuss how this novel started out as an experiment, why Emma thinks it’s important to trust your own process when working out characterisation and trying not to worry that you don’t have all of your story worke…
 
Join D.K. Hood in conversation with Pamela Fagan Hutchins on Crime & Wine talking about new crime thriller CHASE HER SHADOW, her endless ideas, writing outfit, and the silliest thing she keeps in her office (it will surprise you!). D.K Hood is THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, USA TODAY, and AMAZON Bestselling Author of the Montana-based Detective Kane and …
 
In the spotlight is the bestselling author of Jane Austen-influenced titles such as “Incense and Sensibility” and “Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors.” Her latest novel, “The Vibrant Years,” is the first book published with the new Mindy Kaling (“The Office,” “The Mindy Project”) imprint Mindy’s Book Studio, created in collaboration with Amazon. W…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Louisa Reid about her literary novel The Poet. In this episode we discuss her love for and challenges of writing in verse, how writing in verse makes her focus on the crucial scenes of the novel and why, to be a writer, you need to develop a thick skin. Confessions of a Debut Noveli…
 
In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Caron McKinlay about her contemporary novel The Storytellers. In this episode we discuss why receiving professional feedback gave her the confidence to query agents, how a difficult time in her life lead to her finding her passion for writing again and her honesty about finding the …
 
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