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The Pen to Profit Podcast: Fiction Writing Tips

Ray Evans| Proofreader, Copyeditor, Writing Coach

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From drafts to dollars: learn the secrets to writing, editing, publishing, and marketing to turn your fiction writing into a profitable business. Are you a fiction writer? Does having to write, edit, do cover design, keep up on market trends, research, get reviews, etc leave you feeling overwhelmed? Is marketing your book so confusing that you feel like you’re just throwing money into a shredder to make confetti? Are you a great writer but struggle with grammar, long and winding sentences, c ...
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Writing Tips

Brian M. Taylor

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Write better Stories. Get the answers no one else will give. Master your craft one page at a time. No Filter. No more bullsh*t.No sugar added. This podcast is all about teaching you to write like a boss. I don't pull any punches and talk about the things you need to do as a writer to write great stories.
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Let's nerd out where writing, psychology, and business success overlap! On this show, we look at how to ethically apply psychological principles of persuasion. You'll learn compelling copy tips to improve your writing of all lengths for biz. And you'll be ready to become a #1 bestselling published author on Amazon (faster, easier, and cheaper than you thought possible) and make money with your books as you grow your exposure and business. Join host @LaptopLaura, a tall Math and Psych teacher ...
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Five-time winner of Best Education Podcast in the Podcast Awards. Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing and feed your love of the English language. Whether English is your first language or your second language, these grammar, punctuation, style, and business tips will make you a better and more successful writer. Grammar Girl is a Quick and Dirty Tips podcast.
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A podcast for crime writers who value authenticity in their stories. In each episode, former detective inspector, Steve Keogh, talks through his experiences as a murder investigator, shedding light on a world that few get to see. If you are a crime writer, who wants to understand how murders are really investigated, this is the podcast for you.
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The Authorpreneur Podcast™️ is hosted by Mystery Author Amelia D. Hay. Every second Thursday, Amelia will teach you how to develop a story idea, create compelling characters and outline your novel. In each season of the podcast, you will learn how to write your first draft, revise your story, self-publish, establish your author platform, and reach readers. Season one of the podcast is on Plot and Story Structure, and season two documents her writing adventures during her first year after sel ...
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http://www.radiologyfellowship.net/radiology-letters-of-recommendation-professional-writing-guide/ If you are searching for some amazing samples of radiology letters of recommendation, know how you are in a perfect place to get exactly what you need! The truth is how this task is not easy, and it is also important for your future career. So, what can you do about that? The best would definitely be not to risk with it. You can find some amazing tips here that will help you to create stunning ...
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Authority Self-Publishing: Marketing, Writing and Kindle Publishing Tips for Authors

Self-Publishing Tips and Amazon Marketing Advice for Authors

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Authority Self-Publishing is a show where you can get detailed advice from three author marketing experts: Steve Scott, Barrie Davenport, and Ron Clendenin. Primarily, they cover Amazon Kindle publishing strategies (through the KDP platform). But they also offers a variety of marketing tactics you can use to grow your book-based business. Each episode contains 30+ minutes of actionable content you can immediately apply to your writing business. Tune in every Monday and Thursday to get the la ...
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If you are looking for actionable leadership and marketing skills to take your business, church or ministry to the next level while you drive to work or are sitting at your desk and needing encouragement, Jason Sisam brings that in a fresh way from the trenches. This is where you come to get the tools you need to stay motivated with clarity so you can find your voice and succeed in your family, business and life!
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1004. This week, Karen Yin, author of "The Conscious Style Guide," discusses the concept of conscious language and its importance in promoting equity and respect. We explore the differences between conscious language and political correctness, the evolution of the singular "they," and how to navigate language change. Karen also shares insights on a…
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Episode title: Email List Secrets for Indie Authors with Carla King! Welcome back! Today, we're diving into the depths of authorship and self-publishing with Carla King. Whether you're a rookie writer or a seasoned scribe, this episode packs a punch with actionable insights and expert advice to catapult your writing career to new heights. 🌟 Why You…
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1003. This week, we look at zero — what a weird number! It has two plurals, sometimes you use the word and sometimes you use the numeral, and it gave rise to a bunch of idioms in the World War II era. Then we turn our attention to email. Generational differences can lead to misunderstandings. We explain why and how to avoid them. | Edited transcrip…
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For this episode, former Scotland Yard detective inspector, Steve Keogh, explains how investigations get to court and what to expect during the trial. You can learn more about all of Steve's work at https://stevekeogh.com/ and find out about the two books Steve has published and his TV series, Secrets of a Murder Detective.…
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1002. This week, Mignon talks with author Martha Brockenbrough about the good and bad sides of using artificial intelligence for writing and education, including ethical concerns about using AI-generated content, strategies for teaching writing in the age of AI, and the potential effects on teachers' jobs. Martha's new book, "Future Tense": https:/…
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1001. This week, we explore the often-overlooked rules for ordering adjectives in English and when to use commas between them. Then, spurred by a recent shout-out at a Taylor Swift concert in Australia, we look at the rise of the phrase "yeah-nah" (and its American cousin "yeah-no"). | Edited transcript with links: https://grammar-girl.simplecast.c…
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In this episode, former Scotland Yard detective inspector, Steve Keogh, interviews Ray Fysh, a former forensic scientist and now a successful author. The role of forensic science is crucial in murder investigations. Ray explains how he became a forensic scientist, the work it entails, and recounts some real-life murders he helped investigate. His b…
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1000. In this special 1000th episode, I take the hot seat to answer your questions. Hear what made the first year of the podcast so wild, what I wish I had done differently, what mistakes I still make, how I still find fresh topics after all these years, and the title of my secret dream show (hint: it involves penguins!). It's a celebration of lang…
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🖋️ Query Letter Success: Your Guide to Getting Noticed with Literary Agent Sarah Bullen In today's episode of the "Pen to Profit Podcast," we dive into the art of getting published, and the role of a literary agent with the extraordinary Sarah Bullen. Broadcasting from a tiny, picturesque Greek island, Sarah brings us insider tips directly from her…
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999. This week, we look at what shaped early American English, from Native American words to Noah Webster's spelling reforms. Then, we explore phrasal verbs, looking at their grammatical peculiarities and some tips to distinguish them from other types of verbs. The "American English" segment was written by Valerie Fridland, a professor of linguisti…
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For this episode, former Scotland Yard detective inspector, Steve Keogh explores the question, why do people kill? His answer is simpler than you may think. If you enjoy these podcasts, you may wish to join the online community at https://steve-keogh.thinkific.com/pages/landing-page where you can meet and talk with fellow authors, take part in regu…
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998. This week, I talked with Samantha and Greg Enslen, who recently purchased their hometown newspaper, the "Tippecanoe Gazette" in Tipp City, Ohio. Sam and Greg shared how they are making it work, from updating antiquated systems to expanding news coverage and readership. We also discussed balancing print and digital content, the challenges of ad…
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Welcome back again, you lovely Hemingway hopefuls and aspiring Austins! 🎙️ In today’s rip-roaring episode of the Pen to Profit Podcast, I chat with the fascinating Kel Bruem, a Bay Area-based indie author who spins tales of monster romance with a twist. Kel's works include titles like What’s Luck Got to Do with It and Every Bite You Take, and her u…
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997. This week, I help you learn (and remember!) the difference between "which" and "that" with practical tips and examples about cupcakes. Then, we take a linguistic stroll through walking-related terms, including "perambulate," "sashay," and "traipse." The "words for walking" segment was written by Michaela Dunn, a Wyoming-based editor and publis…
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For this episode, former Scotland Yard detective inspector, Steve Keogh, asked his police contacts, what annoys you most in crime fiction. Here he gives you the top ten answers, and explains how each would be in reality. If you enjoy these podcasts, you may wish to join the online community at https://steve-keogh.thinkific.com/pages/landing-page wh…
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996. This week, you'll learn about the rich linguistic history of African American English with Dr. Sonja Lanehart, an advisor to the Oxford Dictionary of African American English. We talked about what goes into making an entirely new dictionary and about some of the first entries, including "kitchen," "Aunt Hagar's Children," and "do rag." Find Dr…
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