This episode features a chat with historical novelist Marc Graham and the latest installment of Writer's Rehab from Natasha Watts.
Marc is back on the podcast a few weeks before the launch of his debut novel, Of Ashes and Dust.
In fact, we caught Marc just a few minutes after he returned home from attending an out-of-state workshop for writers about growing and building your online audience.
Marc offers a few tips he picked up, including some ideas about being “relentlessly helpful” when you get the opportunity.
Marc also talks about the power of knowing the core idea of your novel and how that key concept can help you both with the writing itself and with getting the attention of agents and editors.
Marc Graham is an actor, singer, bard, engineer, Freemason, and whisky aficionado When not on stage, in a pub, or bound to his computer, he can be found traipsing about Colorado’s Front Range with his wife and their Greater Swiss Mountain Dog.
The latest Writer’s Rehab entry from Natasha Watts offers ideas to help make sure your dialogue-heavy scenes come alive for your readers.
Intro music by Moby Gratis
Outro music by Dan-o-Songs
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