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Getting Published

Getting Published is for aspiring writers everywhere who want to turn their hobby—their passion—into a career. I'm Peter Brewster, a Barcelona-based graphic designer; but deep down I've always been a writer. If you feel the same, follow me on my journey as I try to hone my craft and earn credibility as an author. Episode to episode, you'll hear the lessons I learn, as well as invaluable advice from interviews with published authors and other aspiring writers like me. Let's build a community together and propel each other forward. The end goal? Getting Published.
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Getting Published is for aspiring writers everywhere who want to turn their hobby—their passion—into a career. I'm Peter Brewster, a Barcelona-based graphic designer; but deep down I've always been a writer. If you feel the same, follow me on my journey as I try to hone my craft and earn credibility as an author. Episode to episode, you'll hear the lessons I learn, as well as invaluable advice from interviews with published authors and other aspiring writers like me. Let's build a community together and propel each other forward. The end goal? Getting Published.

Mar 28, 2017

Since our last interview, E.P. Wyck has been busy turning his NaNoWriMo story into a published book. We discuss his process from start to finish and all of the things he learned along the way.

You can find his debut novel on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Escape-Velocity-Black-Star-Chronicles-ebook/dp/B06XG7YJ77/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Visit his author page: amazon.com/author/epwyck

Or find him on Facebook here: facebook.com/likeepwyck

And on Twitter: @epwyck

And you can find out more about 20BooksTo50K here: http://20booksto50k.com/forum/index.php

As always, you can send me feedback via email: write@peterbrewster.com

 

 

Mar 21, 2017

So, I finished those first few chapters and now it's time to share them with a select group of people. Doing so was easier said than done!

In this episode I talk about whether or not it's possible to read your own writing objectively—and if it isn't, how do you stay motivated and keep your confidence up?

Send your (much appreciated) comments and questions to write@peterbrewster.com

Mar 14, 2017

While reading my new favorite book, I had an AHA moment. Sometimes the most memorable descriptions are the ones that aren't written down at all. In this episode, I discuss the concept of "invisible prose", and how this conflicts with my tendency to include a lot of description in my writing.

Here is that wonderful blog post I mentioned: Description - too much or too little?

http://allwritefictionadvice.blogspot.com.es/2011/05/description-too-much-or-too-little.html

Send me feedback, please!

write@peterbrewster.com

Mar 7, 2017

Frustrated with my procrastination habits and how they prevent me from getting the work done, I break them down and talk about how I combat them. I also give an update on my revision.

Here's that list of apps that will help you block out distractions while writing:

http://alternativeto.net/software/macfreedom/

And remember to send me a little feedback:

write@peterbrewster.com

Thanks for listening!

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