The Professional Writer Podcast – Links to Episodes 1-42
The Professional Writer podcast has been a happenin’ place since its launch on February 14, 2020. My guests and I have discussed our struggles and successes as we plan, launch, and grow our writing-related businesses.
We’ve heard from a range of writerpreneurs – from pre-published writers to New York Times bestselling authors.
If you haven’t checked out the podcast yet and want to start from the beginning, the links to episodes 1-42 are below. Many of the episodes include transcripts.
During 2021, we added episodes 43-76. You can find them here.
If you know a writer who would be interested in The Professional Writer Podcast, please share this link with them:
Happy holiday listening!
Do You Have to Write Books to be a REAL Writer?
How to Act Like a Professional Writer (Even When You Don’t Feel Like One)
Going ALL IN
You’re a WHAT? The Problem With Alphabet Soup Acronyms
Is a B- Launch Good Enough?
3 Ways Writers Can Act Like Grownups During the Pandemic
The Secret Life of a NYT Bestselling Author, with Susy Flory
Pivoting to Publication, with Monica Pierce
Being True to Yourself
Moving from Self-Focused to Self-Forgetful
One Writer’s Secret to Staying Sane and Paying It Forward, with Lisa Bogart
Setting Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals
Giving Readers Exactly What They Want, with Karen Barnett
Everyone’s Favorite Radio Station – Are You Tuned In?
Expert Tips for Your Book Launch, with Kathi Lipp
An Easy Way to Show You Mean Business
The Delicate Dance of Writing YA Fantasy, with Lindsay A. Franklin
Swag Ideas for Your Book Launch, with Lindsay A. Franklin\
Three Things That Pull Readers Out of a Story
“Get it said. Shut up. Post.” With Tim Fall
What to Do When Your Blog Content Gets Stolen
“Don’t write because you want to get published. Write because you enjoy writing.” With Tessa Afshar
Dealing with Rants, Ridicule, and Crushing Criticism
List Cleaning Gets Rid of Deadbeat Subscribers
One Word Makes All the Difference for Susie Crosby
3 Tools to Protect the Privacy of Your Business
Three Ways a Professional Editor Provides Value, with Tisha Martin
Recipe for An Almost-Perfect Manuscript, with Tisha Martin
Doorbelling in Hostile Territory: 6 Strategies to Plan Your Brand Campaign
The Secret to Writing Believable Suspense Fiction, with DiAnn Mills
How One Best-Selling Author Pays It Forward, with DiAnn Mills
7 Tips to Create a Memorable Brand Identity
Three Power-Ups to Include in Your Bio, with Emma Fulenwider
What is “The Cloud”?
3 Easy Tricks to Help People Discover Your Website and Blog
The Two Most Common Issues That Hold Writers Back, with Ginny L. Yttrup
How to Destroy Your Professional Credibility in One Easy Step
A Sip of Cold Water to Refresh the Weary Soul, with Grace Fox
SOCIAL MEDIA 4-PART SERIES:
The Secret to ‘Doing’ Social Media
Create Winning Social Media Content
Efficiently Publish Social Media Content
Analyze Engagement and Adjust Your Social Media Goals
3 Ways to Keep Up With The Professional Writer Podcast
Click here to join my my email list and I’ll notify you about every episode. I publish new episodes every other Monday. When you subscribe, you’ll also get my free guide, Essential Resources for Running a Writing Business.
Listen to the podcast from your favorite podcast listening app, or tell your smart speaker, “Play The Professional Writer podcast.”
To find the podcast on an app, open the app and key in “The Professional Writer.” When the show pops up, save it to your favorites so you don’t miss an episode.
Direct links to the show on many popular apps is at the top of the “Podcast” page (bloggingbistro.com/podcast).
3. Facebook Group
Join The Professional Writer Podcast Community – our private Facebook group for listeners. It’s a great place to share what we’re learning and to meet others who are building a writing-related business.
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