The Professional Writer podcast has been a happenin’ place in 2020. During the 42 weekly episodes since its launch, 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, or you want to re-listen to your favorite episodes, the links to all 42 episodes are below. Many of the episodes include transcripts.
I’m taking a podcasting break for the holidays, and will be back with Episode #43 on January 4, 2021.
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Happy holiday listening!
Do You Have to Write Books to be a REAL Writer?
Going ALL IN
Is a B- Launch Good Enough?
Pivoting to Publication, with Monica Pierce
Being True to Yourself
Moving from Self-Focused to Self-Forgetful
Setting Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals
An Easy Way to Show You Mean Business
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
List Cleaning Gets Rid of Deadbeat Subscribers
3 Tools to Protect the Privacy of Your Business
7 Tips to Create a Memorable Brand Identity
What is “The Cloud”?
SOCIAL MEDIA 4-PART SERIES:
The Secret to ‘Doing’ Social Media
Create Winning Social Media Content
Efficiently Publish Social Media Content
3 Ways to Keep Up With The Professional Writer Podcast
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