Dionne Lister tagged posts
April 14, 2013 Newbie Writers Podcast
The Newbie Writers’ Podcast
Special guest: Dionne Lister
I almost feel like I’m spamming everyone; my cover was ready so I did the cover reveal, and I was going to wait to upload to Amazon, but I couldn’t! So now, the next book in The Circle of Talia series is out there. You can find it on Amazon or Smashwords and soon iTunes, Kobo and Barnes & Noble. The sequel to Shadows of the Realm continues the story of realmists, Bronwyn and Blayke and their creaturas, Sinjenasta and Fang. It’s fast-paced, scary and has awesome dragons (although those who have read Shadows of the Realm would know that).
I hope a lot of readers are waitingRead More
February 18, 2012 Newbie Writers Podcast
F-Bombs Away! With special guest Dionne Lister
And here are more questions to answer
Plus a bit about conferences instead we’ll chat about Triberr.com
Special Shout Out:
Talk about Anne and www.becauseofbipolar.com.au Throw your support behind her. @AnneNaylor
I think we can both speak to these questions:
6. Does your own writing ever make you laugh or cry?
7. What made you fall in love with writing?
8. How do you feel while you are writing?
9. What other authors do you admire?
10. Do you listen to music when you write?
11. If you were not an author what would you be?
12. What are your other interests and what do you like to do when you’re not writing?
13. What are the last five books you have read?
The Immortal Life of Henreitta Lacks by Rebecca Skloorr, Build YourRead More
Newbie Writers podcast January 16 (Catharine is riding elephants in Thailand today)
Guest Anne Naylor, Dionne Lister
What do readers want?
How can we as writers’ give it to them or even know what the hell it is?
What readers want.
As an emerging writer, I want (and need) to know what readers want.
These are my thoughts.
As a reader, this is what I know:
My time is precious. I am very busy and I beg, borrow and steal time away from other things to read. There is too much to do, too little time to do it in and too much information to deal with on a daily basis. An author needs to give me a very compelling reason to start, and then continue reading his/her work.
I have a short attention span. I don’t necessarily read a book from start to finish. My eyesRead More