Episode #191 – Birthing Your Book!

November 7, 2015

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The Newbie Writers’ Podcast


  • Mark David Gerson is the award-winning author of the popular Q’ntana Trilogy of fantasy novels (The MoonQuest, The StarQuest, The SunQuest), of three critically books on writing and of a memoir, Acts of Surrender: A Writer’s Memoir. His screenplay adaptations of his Q’ntana novels are on their way to the big screen as a trio of epic feature films.As a creativity catalyst and workshop facilitator for more than two decades, Mark David has guided writers and non-writers alike to connect with their innate wisdom, open to their creative power and express themselves with ease. He is also a broadcaster, a popular speaker on topics related to creativity and spirituality, and an accomplished artist and photographer.
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Reading Saved My life

November 4, 2015

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Doris Cover SpecI love Julia Park Tracey. We’ve interviewed her on Newbie Writers Podcast and we’ve worked together on National Women’s Book Association events.  When her post came across my feed, I wanted to A.  Share it.  B. Give her additional exposure.

Check it out. When Reading Saved My Life.

If you want to escape further:

Future Girls

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Writing Groups: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

October 28, 2015

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Writing groups can be wonderful and they can be terrible.  This is straight  from the first Don’t Write Like You Talk book, because some problems are timeless.

The cheapest, but not necessarily easiest way to get consistent feedback on your working novel is to join a writers’ group.  There are many in your local area and the only reason you did not know this is you just thought about joining a group an hour ago.

Look on- line.  Find a group close by because if you must drive through traffic to meet with the group, you won’t do it for very long.  Twice.  Fewer if it’s raining.

Look for groups through the local community colleges. Find them through writing clubs like California Writers.  You can also find and join groups through projects like NaNoWriMo.

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Episode 189 – “An Artist’s Pillar”

October 27, 2015

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Guest: Kaitlyn Mirison

An Artist’s Pillars is written for folks who are so excited by all they are learning and the possibilities their imagination shows them, but are struggling to share with the world what is inside of them to create because of an overriding belief and question of their ability and worth.

This book is a guide to develop the fundamentals they need in order to break free from self-doubts, and gives what is inside of them to create an opportunity to exist.

You can find out more about this book and me at www.AnArtistsPillars.com

An Artist’s Pillars is a guidebook for you to break free from self-doubts.

 Your skills, natural talents, dreams and desires can take you only so far because the creative process has a way of highlighting yourRead More

22 rules of successful storytelling #infographic

October 22, 2015

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Source: 22 rules of successful storytelling #infographic

Just for fun, an infographic that captures so much of what we have been talking, talking about. Especially during this most magical of seasons, NaNoWriMo.  So take a look, follow a couple of suggestions, not all of them at once!

And happy writing.

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