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Episode 170 – The Genre of Andrew Pyper

In this episode Mark interviews Andrew Pyper, an international award winning Canadian author with novels published in multiple countries and multiple languages, with multiple property options in play, and more interesting creative projects in the works. Prior to the interview, Mark shares a personal update that includes the two book projects due in early 2021… Continue reading Episode 170 – The Genre of Andrew Pyper

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Episode 140 – Rachael Herron on Writing Your Memoir

In this episode Mark interviews Rachael Herron about her writing, her multiple pseudonyms, being a hybrid author, and writing memoirs. Prior to the interview, Mark shares some comments from recent episodes and via Twitter, some information about an offer the Clark Chamberlain has for his Story Stuck Consultation, and a personal update. He also thanks… Continue reading Episode 140 – Rachael Herron on Writing Your Memoir

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Episode 137 – Action Sequences & Sex Scenes with Joshua Essoe

Mark interviews editor Joshua Essoe who has edited for bestsellers, Piers Anthony and David Farland, for Dean Lorey, lead writer of Arrested Development, as well as numerous Writers of the Future winners, and USA Today bestsellers. Prior to the interview, Mark reads some comments from recent episodes, reveals the winner of Sacha Black's Anatomy of… Continue reading Episode 137 – Action Sequences & Sex Scenes with Joshua Essoe

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Episode 133 – Anatomy of a Rebel with Sacha Black

Mark interviews Sacha Black about her role and brand as a Rebel Author, about her writing, her podcast, and about her books for writers on crafting heroes, villains, and prose. Prior to the interview, Mark shares a personal update, talking about recent birthday activities, a recent Star Wars parody video he created, and what that… Continue reading Episode 133 – Anatomy of a Rebel with Sacha Black

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Episode 104 – Living the Writing & Editing Life with Valerie Francis

Mark interviews writer, editor and podcaster Valerie Francis about her perspectives on writing, being a StoryGrid Editor, and how creativity and storytelling have always been a part of her life.