Episode 103 – Highlights Recapped from Episodes 76 – 100.

Show Overview

  • In this special episode we recap episodes 76 – 100 of Writers & Authors on Fire. We’ll go from episode 076 to episode 100 with a short description of the show and then share a short clip from the interview. You will learn about authors, what they shared, and in their words, a bit of wisdom culled from their interview. This fourth batch of 25 episodes are entertaining, but more important, informative as they share what they have learned about writing, their tips and advice, and the exciting direction their writing journey has taken them. It is our hope that the short clips might entice you to listen to the full shows.
  • The 25 include authors of general fiction, novels of all types and for all ages, humor, romance fiction, historical fiction, mystery and suspense, zombie and paranormal, women’s contemporary fiction; and lots of nonfiction – writing for children and girls, devotionals, personal stories of struggles of depression and lust, editing and copywriting, articles, and more. Each interview is unique and each will provide you with tips, advice, and learnings you can apply to your writing.
  • Be sure to check each episode’s show notes page to read highlights and tips, see their books titles, and find out how to connect with the guests. You can see a complete list of all podcasts at http://www.writersauthorsonfire.com/podcasts/ or by clicking on the Podcast button above.

Writing Highlight

  • One of the key things mentioned over and over is the importance of attending writer’s conferences. These important rub-shoulders with important people events can help take your writing career to the next level.

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