Much ado about reviews and reviewers in this podcast! Question for reviewers: hard copy or PDF okay? The Twitterverse casts its vote! Goodreads are reviewing their reviewers - yay and it's about time! A great newsletter you should sign up for, a motivational quote, is life the spinning wheel of death and top tips from Instagram on how to write great horror! Don't miss out!
Lots of great info this week! How to grow your writerly pumpkin patch this fall! Plus, an exclusive chat with wonderful author Linwood Barclay, as well as can you plot your book using an online template? I'll share the skinny about an amazing writer, D.J. McIntosh, who did just that! Plus, a crucial tip from a top agent about what to focus on in the book world!
Lisa looks at the new language of the youth movement, empowerment, money and books, unleashing creativity with Osho, and she's added a new element to the podcast - sharing is caring - so there are two reviews! Plus there's breaking news about a law the French government is trying to pass, to stop Amazon's wild rampage. Join Lisa for a listen!
I take a look at what Amazon was going to be called before they settled on the moniker that changed our lives forever and, what was their original product? Plus, have Amazon changed their (already dubious) review processes? I chat about a controversial tweet about books needing a timeout, Canada's non-fiction crisis, whether you should write a memoir or not and finally, should you write every day?
Matthew Heneghan is the author of A Medic's Mind, his memoirs of working as a medic with both the armed forces and in civilian services. His account of dealing with PTSD, his family, alcoholism and more are vividly and candidly explored in his debut publication. At the time of this writing, A Medic's Mind is on "The Very Best!" Book Awards 2020 longlist for Best First Book (Non-Fiction).