Finale, The Power of Completion
Conclusion of the DIY Book Process: Finding the people who love to read the things you write.
A look at what's involved in creating a website — to serve as a platform for you as an author and your books.
Introducing the third part of the DIY Book Process: The Book-to-Reader Process.
A special interview with indie publisher and Amazon queen Zoe Winters (zoewinters.org)
In this episode, you'll learn how to create an e-book from your manuscript, and how to use software to do the "imposition" of your book's pages so they can be printed out, folded, and stacked into a book.
Coming up with your book's cover design and getting it on paper.
In this episode, we look at how to prepare the pages of your novel for printing as a book.
A look at the four main publishing options available for getting your book out into the world.
In this episode, we'll review all the bits of legality and registration involved in publishing a book — from protecting your ideas to making sure your book can be found anywhere in the world.
A preview of the next series of podcasts which will teach you how to turn your finished work into a physical product you can share — in other words, a book!
At last, your beloved novel is finished! Here are a few final touches to add before you go on.
Serialise Like the Dickens. Your novel is underway, and sharing your work in progress can be a great way to keep it alive. But beware the lurking murderers!
In this episode, we look at ways to outsmart mental obstacles and get down to writing your novel.
How long will take you to write your novel? And how do you balance this with the rest of your life?
In this session, you'll break your story arc into individual chapters, then divide those chapters into scenes — leaving you ready to start writing your book!
In this episode, you'll get to work defining what particular story you're telling, and starting to map it out.
This episode contains several exercises to help you define the characters who will populate your novel.
We take a look at the way ideas begin to connect after you've been gathering them for a while, the major story archetypes, and some ways to prepare for the task ahead.
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