In today's episode, we're going back to school, and talking about building education and learning into your world. We discuss the different things …
This episode is the first with our new format. From now on, we'll be publishing new episodes every week. Today, Holly is flying solo and interviewing …
This episode marks the beginning of our second season, and we have some big changes and big news for you. We look back over the year so far; discussing the podcast and our own writing. We look at the goals we achieved, …
On request, we're revisiting the subject of food in your fictional world. And we love to talk about food! In this episode, you'll hear about our own fantasy food creations, from the mathematics of a vampire's diet to …
It’s a classic expectation: a beautiful map in the front of a fantasy book. But, whether you're an expert cartographer, or your drawing skills are …
On the morning after attending Edge-Lit writing convention, while still suffering from post-con exhaustion, we gathered our thoughts about the event. Discussing workshops and panels, networking, and the need to clone …
Today, we’re breaking away from the stereotype of the solitary author hunched over the manuscript, and we’re getting out in the real world. Yes; it …
This week, we're going back to basics, and talking about all the essential things you need both before, and just as you start, worldbuilding. We chat about the things we can't live without while worldbuilding, and all …
In celebration of Indie Author Week UK, we're talking all things indie.
We chat about our lives as indies, the highs and lows, and offer our top tips for anyone considering the indie author route.
Today we're talking about creating religions, belief structures, rituals, and legends. We discuss the urban legends from our childhoods, and those we might still believe!
Bringing you a special episode with an invitation to join us for #WorldbuildingQuest this June.
Join us as we discuss our love of horror, share our tips for scaring your readers, and, most likely, scare ourselves a little bit too!
Could this be the truth about how Angeline and Holly got their superpowers? Do they have superpowers? Time to find out...
We may both like our creature comforts, but we do love Camp NaNoWriMo. Listen to our reasons why, and our top survival tips.
Join us for our relaunch party: meet the co-hosts, and find out just how nerdy things are going to get.
Oh, I do love to be beside the seaside... Where do your characters go on holiday, and what do the locals really think of them?
One of my favourite subjects, and the thing that kicked off my worldbuilding obsession.
Animals have important roles to play in the lives of humans. Here's some different things to consider when adding them into your world.
A starting point to thinking about the physical environment of your world, and how it affects everything else.
How does the society and culture of your world impact on families and mothers living in it? And is there a perfect solution for working mothers?
Issues surrounding health and wellness in your world reach much further than just a visit to the doctor.
Let's zoom in and look at the layout of your towns and cities, and the design of your houses.
Different ways to approach worldbuilding, how to layout your map, and what effects the layout.
An introduction to me, Angeline Trevena, and The Great Western Woods podcast.
Why book series work well, how to approach writing one, and the number one thing you need to make it a success.
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