Chris’ Favorite Method of Finding the BEST Book Storyline…Every Time
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Chris’ Favorite Method of Finding the BEST Book Storyline…Every Time

Sometimes all you need to write a strong fiction book is a good idea. But what if you could make that good idea GREAT? In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena talk about how to find the “golden thread” in a web of ideas that make your book really stand out from the crowd.

Why You Should Join a Mastermind
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Why You Should Join a Mastermind

Joining a Mastermind for writers, for small businesses, or for entrepreneurs may be just the “secret sauce” you need to finish writing your book, get published, establish your branding, or jumpstart your sales. In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena discuss how joining masterminds impacted their writing and publishing lives, and why it may be life-changing for you, too.

Q&A: Agent Rejection, Author Websites, And Starting with “And.”
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Q&A: Agent Rejection, Author Websites, And Starting with “And.”

Today on the podcast, Chris and Gena answer questions from listeners and writers on Twitter including:

What should a self-published author include on their website?
Is it OK to begin sentences with “And” or “Because”?
Will agents reject a submission based on word count?

…and more!

One of the BEST Ways to Grow as a Writer
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One of the BEST Ways to Grow as a Writer

We all need to grow as writers, so what are the best ways? In this episode, Chris and Gena talk about one of Gena’s favorites: by teaching writing to others. When you have to explain techniques and break down concepts, you can’t help but grow as a writer. You become more aware of those techniques as you write/edit.

4 Ways to DESTROY Writer’s Block – Every Time
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4 Ways to DESTROY Writer’s Block – Every Time

Writer’s block can plague writers, keeping them from writing their books or building their freelance careers. In this episode, Chris and Gena talk about writer’s block and how to DESTROY it like the wimpy villain it is.

Ideas include getting a due date, finding accountability, using the Pomodoro technique and more.

What works for you?