In this series, we have taken a look at how to kickstart our freelance writing career with See Jane Freelance. There’s still time to sign up for the course and don’t forget the discount I mentioned. You can read all about it by clicking here. Act fast, you have until December 1st to sign up.
We also looked at www.MasterClass.com in the first post of the series. MasterClass.com gives you access to some of the world’s greatest writing minds.
In today’s #bloglikecrazy post, I am finishing the series by highlighting another great tool for writers looking for instruction and inspiration – Podcasts.
Lately, I have been looking for other podcasts to listen to after stumbling upon the podcast Write-minded.
In Write-minded, the listener gets a weekly dose of writing inspiration. Each episode has a takeaway at the end and the running sentiment throughout the podcast is that everyone has a story and everyone’s story matters. The podcast is hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). You can listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts. For more information, head to https://podcast.shewrites.com.
After listening to this one, I have been asking around in my writing groups about other great podcasts to add to my collection. And I discovered that there were some hidden gems right under my nose. I mean ears.
If you are a children’s book author and you are need help marketing your book, then head to the Children’s Book Marketing Podcast. Check it out at www.brandstoryblvd.com. While this podcast is in its infancy, Micaela S. Benn is dropping some nuggets to help self-published authors with your branding strategy.
And if you want to know you aren’t alone in this self-publishing game, check out In the Life of a Self-Publishing Mama. LaTasha Reynolds is the creator and host of this podcast. She shares what it is like to self-publish and offers real advice for those just now starting their journey or deciding if this is right for them. For more, head to https://anchor.fm/brylajpublishing.
Have any more podcast suggestions? Drop me a line. And when you listen to these, let me know what you think.
~Until Next Time