Series: The Writers Voice

A forum for writers to discuss their craft, their books, and the creative process. For more information, visit Linda’s website at lindamchenry.com.

Episode 37: Gregory Wolos

This week, short story author Gregory Wolos shares his insights about writing short stories and making the transition from working in a longtime career to writing professionally, full-time.

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Episode 36: Kathleen Kaska

Kathleen Kaska is the author of three mystery series, a number of quiz books (including the Sherlock Holmes Quiz book), and other nonfiction. She talks about always wanting to write mysteries but finding it easier to get published in nonfiction.

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Episode 35: Timothy Gager

Timothy Gager is a multi-published author, writing in several genres. He talks about writing in multiple genres and his new book 2020–which is a collection of poems he wrote during the year (you guessed it!) 2020.

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Episode 34: R.B. Wood

In the second of a 2-part chat, R.B. Wood visits with me to discuss What Happens Next … all those tasks and chores and work that needs to be completed after a writer completes the first draft of a book. It would be lovely if we could just wave a magic wand at that point, but we can’t. And R.B. shares why.
Part 1 was broadcast on December 30, 2020.

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Episode 33: Ursula Wong

Historical author, Ursula Wong, talks with me this week about historical fiction and the 5th book in her Amber War series.

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Episode 32: R.B. Wood

In the first of a 2-part chat, R.B. Wood visits with me to discuss What Happens Next … all those tasks and chores and work that needs to be completed after a writer completes the first draft of a book. It would be lovely if we could just wave a magic wand at that point, but we can’t. And R.B. shares why.
Part 2 was broadcast on January 13, 2021.

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Episode 31: Terre Short

Terre Short is a human potential developer who specializes in leadership development and communication skills. She shares some of the wisdom that appears in her recent book, The Words We Choose, so you can maximuze the power of your voice – both as a writer and in your relationships.

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Episode 30: Sarah Osborne

Welcome back, Sarah Osborne! Sarah revisits The Writer’s Voice in Episode 30 to share her new Christmas book, talk about creating octogenarian sleuths, and offering tips for new writers.

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Episode 29: Ruby Peru

After building a career as a ghostwriter of fiction, nonfiction, and memoir Ruby Peru’s debut fantasy novel, Bits of String Too Small to Save, earned this from the Kirkus Reviews: “A wildly imaginative, occasionally haunting fantasy anchored by strong, evolving female characters.”

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Episode 28: John Radosta

In Episode 28 of The Writer’s Voice, John Radosta talks about co-writing a book, pseudonyms, and his book, Bob Dylan in Performance: Song, Stage, and Screen.

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