Podcasts Provide Practical on-the-go Instruction
I listen to many podcasts, between ten to fifteen hours a week, that cover writing or publishing. I listen in the car, during lunch, on walks and as I work around home. I access all through iTunes and listen on my iPod.
I select podcasts to help me become a better writer and indie-published author. With so much content to listen to, I don’t want to waste my time.
Here is a list of my current podcasts. They are in approximate order of how long I’ve listened to them.
- The Creative Penn (Joanna Penn) addresses writing from the perspective of a successful indie author.
- Novel Marketing discusses novel marketing, much of which applies to nonfiction too.
- Writing Excuses is a team of accomplished writers who discuss the craft of writing.
- Story Studio Podcast for self-published authors with Johnny, Sean, and Dave (may contains explicit content).
- The Sell More Books Show with Bryan Cohen and H. Claire Taylor
- The Career Author Podcast with Zach Bohannon & J. Thorn.
- The Writers Well has conversations about writing from craft to wellness with Rachael Herron and J. Thorn.
- Christian Publishing Show helps Christian writers change the world.
- AskALLi Self-Publishing Advice Podcast from the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi ).
- Book Marketing Show from Dave Chesson of Kindlepreneur.
- The Author Life to transform from struggling writer to career author with J. Thorn
- Stark Reflections on Writing and Publishing by Mark Leslie Lefebvre
- Kobo Writing Life is a blog about writing and self publishing.
- Self-Publish Strong podcast with Andrea Pearson
- Best Page Forward critiques book descriptions.
- The Writer’s Ink addresses the the business of writing.
- Six Figure Authors is the podcast that helps you take your writing career to the next level.
Though I don’t listen to every episode of every podcast, I do listen to most of them. And I never skip a single one of my favorites.
This list is long and, no doubt, daunting. Don’t let it overwhelm you. Pick one to check out and go from there.
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