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Catharine Bramkamp

Catharine BramkampI never considered writing as an activity that increased my intelligence, I write because I must.   I am consistently asked about my writing when I travel.  I do keep both a paper journal as well as create comments and track the trip progress on my computer.  Well meaning fellow travelers lean over and look at my messy notebook (I also tape and paste business cards, pieces of ripped brochures, napkins, all that) and ask, what am I doing?

I’m embedding the experience more deeply into my memory.  I’m taking what I see and what I take photos of, and making Read more

The Newbie Writers’ Podcast


Author, Write A Novel In 10 Minutes A Day
Falling For Your Madness
www.10minutenovelists.com

 

 

I have a new tool for writers and I’d love to reconnect with you.

I have a workbook: Conquering Twitter in 10 Minutes A Day. It’s a step by step guidebook on clarifying brand, targeting the precise market, setting up a daily, weekly and monthly system for using Twitter effectively.

I also have a new novel, Soulless Creatures, about two college freshmen in 1986 who bet a new car that one of them doesn’t have a soul. Here’s the link: … Read more

Back with another blab/blog.  I wanted to embed the Blab video, but while it’s possible on my web site, not so much on the blog site. There you go.  I am waiting for all this to get easier, and some things are easier, like blogging and podcasting.  But some still remain un-integrated.

Here is the Blab link.

We discussed how and when to add in atmosphere to your action or dialogue.  How to stay true to the genre for which you write.  How to make sure you aren’t leaving your reader behind.  We were focused on NaNoWriMo this last month, … Read more

The Newbie Writers’ Podcast

 Special guest: Carla Caruso

www.carlacaruso.com.au

Carla Caruso was born in Adelaide, grew up amid a boisterous extended Italian family – yet somehow managed to become a bookworm…
Carla always wanted to be a novelist, annoying the kindergarten teachers by dictating long, detailed stories to them.  It just took her a while to realise her childhood dream – journalism seemed a more practical course. Her media career has included stints as a newspaper and magazine journalist, government PR and fashion stylist. These days, she works as a freelance journalist and copywriter. She began seriously writing fiction three … Read more

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