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Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. How do you write a book? Start here. You'll gain tips to get in the chair, tricks to stay there, and inspiration to get your own words flowing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Helping storytellers ditch the starving artist cliché and thrive. Whether you want to write a book, harness the transformational power of journaling, or use storytelling to make more money, we've got the tools to help you go from part-time dreamer to full-time writer. Find all the resources you need to make money as a writer at BusinessSchoolForWriters.com.
 
Learn how to write a book that grows your business. Every week, I interview your favorite authors - the most successful authors on the planet - to see how they write & launch their books and to learn how they use books to grow their business. I’m your host, Chandler Bolt - CEO of Self Publishing School / SelfPublishing.com and the host of the 7 Figure Principles Podcast. New episode every Wednesday.
 
If you want to know how bestselling authors find the time to write their books, the methods they use to be productive and how they find their ideas you will love this podcast. Writing coach Azul Terronez shares interviews with clients such as Pat Flynn, of the Smart Passive Income, Jon Vroman, of the Front Row Factor, and Dana Malstaff of Boss-Mom, Jadah Sellner of Simple Green Smoothies. Learn from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling authors. Want to get behind th ...
 
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Joyce Glass, The Write Coach, Editor, and Speaker

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How do I start writing a book? Why do I need to write a book? What is the process to write a book? What is next after I have written my book? Are you a personal development leader ready to expand your business with a book? Have your questions answered by Joyce Glass, The Write Coach For Personal Development Leaders. Learn from leaders in the publishing world and begin your writing journey or take your writing career to the next level. Dig deeper with step-by-step instructions and mini-worksh ...
 
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Cassie Roma is a powerhouse in the boardroom, in front of a camera, and speaking in front of local & global audiences on business & personal topics that impassion her.Passionate about creative content, social media strategy, the influencer economy, and storytelling across mediums both emerging and traditional, Cassie has literally lived & breathed …
 
The biggest mistake I see authors make is thinking that they have to be perfect, or that their message has to be so clear. But what does it really take for authors to truly get their message out? In this episode, Jadah Sellner and I, talk about the importance of digging into the heart of the stories you want to tell, as well as writing from what we…
 
In this mini-episode sponsored by her amazing patrons, Rachael talks about dealing with the shiny writing projects that pop up just when they’re least needed, as well as how to decide between infinite writing possibilities, how to create resonance in the reader, dealing with overwriting tendencies. Also, how much research is enough? Want to have Ra…
 
On this week’s episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk to Ruby about her book, Potent Leadership: Drop the Mask, Ignite the Real You, and Reclaim the Leader Within, potent leadership, and the personal transformation that writing her book created in her life and business. Ruby Fremon is a coach who knew she would need a book coach while writing her bo…
 
From NFL Standout, to Screenplay writer, and now bestselling author...today's guest Bo Eason is an inspiring example of what it looks like to reinvent yourself and achieve excellence in multiple fields. In this interview we talk about: -How he writes his books & screenplays while running 10 miles (and how you can write while running) -What he learn…
 
Sarah Echevarre Smith is a copywriter turned author who wants to make the world a lovelier place, one kissing story at a time. Her love of romance began when she was eight and she discovered her auntie’s stash of romance novels. She’s been hooked ever since. When she’s not writing, you can find her hiking, eating chocolate, and perfecting her lumpi…
 
Michelle Black is the author of Sacrifice: A Gold Star Widow's Fight for the Truth. Michelle is the widow of Staff Sergeant Bryan Black, a Green Beret killed and ambushed in an ISIS militant attack. In this episode, she shares how she came about discovering the truths of her husband's death, as well as her process in writing this book. What We Disc…
 
EMMA BRODIE has worked in book publishing for a decade, most recently as an executive editor at Little, Brown's Voracious imprint. She graduated from the Johns Hopkins University's Writing Seminars program, and is a longtime contributor to HuffPost and a faculty member at Catapult. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their dog, Freddie Mercu…
 
Andrew Warner wrote ​​STOP ASKING QUESTIONS How to Lead High-Impact Interviews And Learn Anything from Anyone. It's a definitive guide to how to have a deep meaningful online conversation based on over 2,000 podcast interviews he has done consistently for over 14 years. Today, he talks about his process of writing the book as well as some great ins…
 
How do you market your book in a way that's authentic to YOU? And that's different? Today I bring Mike Michalowicz back on the podast to talk about exactly that, and: -Why you should avoid best practices with your book marketing -The difference between the medium and the method -The Invisible Email, The Butt Cheek Book Trailer, and how he sold 11,0…
 
Tiffany Yates Martin has spent nearly thirty years as an editor in the publishing industry, working with major publishers and New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling and award-winning authors as well as indie and newer writers, and is the founder of FoxPrint Editorial and author of the bestseller Intuitive Ed…
 
In this week’s episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk with Margaret about her newest book, "Sitting With Death: Buddhist Insights to Help You Face Your Fears and Live a Peaceful Life,” and how she feels that death can actually bring joy. Margaret Meloni has confronted death multiple times and, by turning to her Buddhist faith, she learned to make pe…
 
Sara Shepard is the author of over thirty novels, including the New York Times bestselling series Pretty Little Liars and the Lying Game, both of which were adapted for television on Freeform. Her latest novel is called Safe in My Arms. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA. How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling …
 
Listen in on today’s solo episode of "Authors Who Lead," as I talk about how I wrote my book in 30 days and how you can follow the same plan, no matter where you are in life. When that idea comes to us, we need to pursue it. What We Discuss Today: Writing a book isn’t as hard as you think! Writing down “I am an author.” The prewriting process and e…
 
Today I'm joined by Michael Bungay Stanier...the author of one of my favorite leadership books of all time: "The Coaching Habit" This was a crazy good interview! We talked about: -Why he self published The Coaching Habit after being turned down by the publisher he worked with to sell 100,000 copies of his first book -The 4 reasons his book has sold…
 
Cecilia Gray writes about first love, second chances, and forever friendships. She has written over twenty young-adult and romance titles. That Was Then, a pandemic midlife reboot tale, is her first contemporary mainstream novel. Cecilia used the pandemic for a midlife reboot of her own and is currently slow traveling the world with her two cats. Y…
 
Heather Dyer is a young adult science fiction writer, specifically in space opera. But today, we're going to dive into her new book around urban fantasy. She also talks about what it's like to write when you move to other genres. Heather has written 18 books now, writing is a way for her to help heal her own body and transform her life. What We Dis…
 
This was a mind bending episode with Anthony Morrison. Before you skip past and say "I'll never do an infomercial, so I'll skip this episode", give it a lesson. Anthony breaks down how to run a successful infomercial...but also talks about tips that will help you to better sell your book, including: -how to use story and emotion when selling everyt…
 
What is the legacy you want to leave? What do you want to be remembered for? Lauren lost her brother to cancer almost nine years ago. And one of the things she remembers the most about him is how tremendous his passion for life was. During his last days and contrary to what his family wanted for him, he decided to make a trip to Yosemite as he knew…
 
Amber McBride is an English professor at the University of Virginia and holds an MFA in poetry from Emerson College. Her poetry has been published in several literary magazines including Ploughshares and The Rumpus. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia with her dog, Shiloh. Me (Moth) is her young adult debut. How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the…
 
In today's episode, author Madison Reeves talks about her writing journey and how to crush your fears of writing. Madison had always been a lifelong reader and imagined she would write a book someday — but she wasn’t sure how to go about doing it. By setting goals and being accountable, she persevered and attributes finishing her book to her coachi…
 
One of the most asked questions when it comes to publishing is whether to go the traditional or self publishing route. Ruth Soukup has done both and is here to share both her experiences and her recommendations. Ruth is a New York Times Best-Selling author, founder of Elite Blogging Academy, and host of the Do It Scared Podcast amongst so many othe…
 
How do you feel about the different publishing options out there? Do you feel confident or intimidated? As writers and creative entrepreneurs, we are told the traditional publishing route is the way to go if you want to be taken seriously in the writing world. Want to be a legitimate author? Go pitch yourself to one of the big five, they say...But …
 
An expert in self-reinvention, Dorie Clark talks about how to be a long-term thinker in the short-term world. Dorie is a consultant and keynote speaker who teaches executive education at Duke University's School of Business and Columbia University's Graduate School of Business. Named one of the top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50, D…
 
Bella Mahaya Carter is a creative writing teacher, empowerment coach, speaker, and author of an award-winning memoir, Raw: My Journey from Anxiety to Joy, and Secrets of My Sex, a collection of narrative poems. She has worked with hundreds of writers since 2008 and has degrees in literature, film, and spiritual psychology. Her poetry, essays, ficti…
 
Today, I'm joined by Elaine Ursy, a self-published author of two books, a coach at SPS school, and has completed hundreds of coaching calls with students. Since she is well-known in her peer group for having the ability to explain concepts to others that are hard to understand, she thought turning her adult non-fiction book into a children's book w…
 
Want to know the secret sauce to keep your readers engaged? In today's episode, Lauren goes over two super important ingredients your story should have if you want to keep your readers from putting your book down - tension and conflict. She starts the episode by defining these concepts, as well as giving examples of the types of books where you can…
 
J.L. Torres is the author of The Family Terrorist and Other Stories, the novel The Accidental Native, and the poetry collection Boricua Passport. His short story collection Migrations won the inagural Tomás Rivera Book Prize and was just released from LARB Libros. Born in Puerto Rico and raised in the South Bronx, he now lives in Plattsburgh, New Y…
 
Gay Hendricks was first on “Authors Who Lead” last October in Episode 124. I am so honored that he’s on the show again today. On this week’s episode of “Authors Who Lead,” we talk about his newest book, The Genius Zone: The Breakthrough Process to End Negative Thinking and Live in True Creativity, and we discuss not only finding, but also stabilizi…
 
Creative entrepreneur Parchelle Tashi joins Lauren on the show today to talk all things course building! But hey, not just any type of course. We're talking about a course based on your book. The type of course that will allow you to build an ecosystem around your writing and turn your readers into loyal fans. Parchelle is also passionate about bus…
 
Dr. Saumya Dave is a writer, resident psychiatrist, and co-founder of thisisforHER. Her writing has been featured in The New York Times, Huffington Post, Refinery29, and others.What a Happy Family is her most recent novel. How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. Want tips on how to …
 
Patty Lennon is a bestselling author, keynote speaker and the founder of The Receiving School. A former corporate banker that discovered there was more to living than making money, she left banking to help others do the same. Patty is a certified coach with a master's in psychology, blending brain science and metaphysics to help her fellow humans f…
 
Hey, y'all! We are at episode 50, and we couldn't be more excited! Thank you all for your support and for helping make this podcast so successful! To celebrate this giant milestone, we are bringing back your favorite episodes from season 2. From interviews to solo episodes, this collection is jam-packed with some of the best resources and wisdom th…
 
Lexie Elliott graduated from Oxford University, where she obtained a doctorate in theoretical physics. A keen sportswoman, she swam and played waterpolo at university, and later swam the English Channel solo. She works in fund management in London, where she lives with her husband and two sons. How to Kill Your Best Friend is her most recent releas…
 
A lot of people who have always wanted to write a book end up not writing one because they’re stuck in this phase of whether they should go the traditional publishing route or do self-publishing. Today's episode will focus on how to know what publishing path is right for you: traditional publishing or self-publishing? What We Discuss Today: Knowing…
 
Today is a big one! I'm joined by the legendary Steven Pressfield. If you haven't heard of him, you're probably living under a rock. He wrote one of the best books I've ever read on the creative process called "The War of Art". On this interview, we talk about: -What I learned from being a copywriter at an ad agency - and how it helped me write bet…
 
Have you ever heard of circular economies? Don't worry, we hadn't either until this episode! A circular economy aims to close the gap between the production and the natural ecosystems’ cycles – on which humans ultimately depend upon. Today's guest, Katie Treggiden is an expert on this topic. She is also a keynote speaker, podcaster, and if that was…
 
In this bonus mini-episode, Rachael talks about how to actually break free from your outline and get down to the good stuff: actually fast-drafting. How do you start? What does skeletoning your work look like? When do you know you’re ready? Don’t miss this episode, brought to you by Rachael’s awesome patrons. How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the p…
 
New York Times bestselling author Kristan Higgins has sold 4.5 million books worldwide and is published in more than two dozen languages around the world. Her two most recent novels were each selected as People magazine’s “Pick of the Week.” Kristan is also a cohost of the Crappy Friends podcast, which discusses the often complex dynamics of female…
 
Shayna Hammond is a leadership and life coach who has developed thousands of leaders within the education and nonprofit sectors for nearly 20 years. She's the Founder and CEO of Lead for Liberation and Shayna Renee, a coaching practice dedicated to creating spaces, methods and conditions for black women in leadership to thrive. What We Discuss with…
 
In today's episode, Lauren talks about the difference between ego and armor, and how not knowing how to handle them could become an obstacle to your writing. She also delves into how you can get through them and finally tell your story without feeling judged or pretending to be someone you're not. Connect with Lauren and the show: Website - https:/…
 
Cassandra Lane is a writer and editor based in Los Angeles. Lane received her MFA from Antioch University LA. Her stories have appeared in the New York Times’s Conception series, the Times-Picayune, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and elsewhere. Her debut memoir We Are Bridges was published in 2021 by Feminist Press. She is editor in chief of L.A…
 
In today's episode, Jeff Brown is going to talk about his new book Read to Lead. Jeff is also an award-winning radio producer personality and former nationally syndicated morning show host. He currently hosts the podcast Read to Lead. What We Discuss with Jeff Brown: His intention behind the book Selecting the ideal readers for his book Characteris…
 
Ever thought about writing a book to grow your nonprofit? Or starting a nonprofit from your business? Or even donating some of your royalties to charity? If so, today's episode with Amy McLaren is just for you. In the interview, we talk about: -why I finally decided to write the book that helps people make an impact -How I launched the book in a wa…
 
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