Collaborating Tips – Writing with Co-Authors, Editors and Agents
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Collaborating Tips – Writing with Co-Authors, Editors and Agents

Writing isn’t a solo venture…especially if you’re co-authoring a book, writing a screenplay, working with an editor, or working with an agent. In this episode, Chris, Gena, and friend-of-the-show Rene Gutteridge share their favorite collaborating tips when working with others on your manuscript.

Let’s Talk Point of View! (Do You Have One?)
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Let’s Talk Point of View! (Do You Have One?)

You’ve heard about “Point of View” and know it’s important when writing fiction, but what is it? And why should you care? In this episode of Writing Momentum, Chris, Gena and friend-of-the-show Rene Gutteridge, talk about POV, the different kinds (first person, second person, third person, universal) and how YOU can make sure your novel has the strongest Point of View possible.

Our Takeaways from 2022 WriterCon Writer’s Conference
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Our Takeaways from 2022 WriterCon Writer’s Conference

Give your ears some momentum! Listen now: (00:18:17) 0.75x 1x 1.25x 1.5x 2x 0:0000:18:17 Our Takeaways from 2022 WriterCon Writer’s Conference AppleGoogle PodcastsPlayer EmbedShare Leave a ReviewListen in a New WindowDownloadSoundCloudStitcherSubscribe on AndroidSubscribe via RSSSpotify We just returned from the 2022 WriterCon Writer’s Conference. It was soooo good! In this Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and…

You Have a Story to Tell – with Frank Ball
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You Have a Story to Tell – with Frank Ball

Frank Ball is a master storyteller. The director of the North Texas Christian Writers Conference and founder of Story Help Groups, Frank has an extensive career as a ghostwriter, copy editor, graphic designer, and self-publisher. Today, Chris and Gena talk to Frank about his creative approach to storytelling – the SCOOP method, and how you, yes YOU, have a story to tell!

Writing for the Inspirational Market w/Frank Ball
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Writing for the Inspirational Market w/Frank Ball

When it comes to writing for the inspirational market, no one knows it better than Frank Ball. The director of the North Texas Christian Writers Conference and founder of Story Help Groups, Frank has an extensive career as a ghostwriter, copy editor, graphic designer, and self-publisher.

Today, Chris and Gena welcome Frank to give us insights into why you might want to write for the Inspirational market, and how to navigate your way successfully.

How to Convince the World You’re Right (Writing Persuasively)
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How to Convince the World You’re Right (Writing Persuasively)

Your writing can have MASSIVE influence in other people’s lives! Creating compelling writing that challenges people is a challenge in itself – but you can do it with the right preparation. In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena talk about the three components every writer must consider when writing an article or book designed to persuade.

5 Foolproof Ways to Find Time to Write

5 Foolproof Ways to Find Time to Write

Finding time to write can be difficult when life is slamming you with all its demands. Family, work, church, friends, volunteer projects, catching up with that latest show on Netflix…there’s always something to do, except write. But building a writing habit and writing every day is essential whether you want to become a professional writer…

Twitter Q&A: Plot or character? Picture book dummies?
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Twitter Q&A: Plot or character? Picture book dummies?

Twitter is a great source of questions and answers for writers. In this episode, Chris, Gena, and Rene answer more questions from Twitter including:

-How complete should picture book illustrations be?

-Do you start brainstorming a new script idea from plot or character?

-How long is too long for an epic novel?