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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.

Aug 23, 2017

Back from an amazing vacation and my first ever Worldcon, I sit down to talk all about the experience.

Topics discussed include: developmental editing, self-publishing, beta readers, what drives us as writers; and of course meeting the mighty Mur Lafferty!

The blog post I mention about developmental editing: https://janefriedman.com/developmental-editor/

Send me love on the Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/gettingpublishedpodcast/

Or via email: write@peterbrewster.com

 

Aug 3, 2017

Ever write a scene and feel like you nailed it, only to cringe when you reread it later? This happens to me all the time!

In this episode (after a generous amount of rambling), I try to break down why seemingly good writing can suddenly turn bad. I also talk about what bad writing usually means to me, and why I should probably be a little less harsh on myself.

Will you be at Worldcon in Helsinki next week? If so, let me know in an email to write@peterbrewster.com.

And if you have anything to add to the conversation in today's or any episode, please comment on the Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/gettingpublishedpodcast/

 

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