Tag: writing on wednesdays

Launch Your Book: A Free Checklist (Middlesode)

Launching a book or curious about the process? Last week on the Writing on Wednesdays episode, Sarah and I talked about book launches. We threw a lot of ideas out there, so I compiled them all (and more) into a free marketing checklist specifically intended for authors publishing with a small to medium-sized press. You…
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Launch Your Book: A Free Marketing Checklist for (Small-Press) Authors

Last week on the Writing on Wednesdays episode, Sarah and I talked about book launches. We threw a lot of ideas out there, so I compiled them all (and more) into a free marketing checklist specifically intended for authors publishing with a small to medium-sized press. There are a lot of marketing guides out there…
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A Tale of Two Book Launches (Ep 030)

At the time this episode was recorded, Nicole was days away from the release of her second book (in realtime, it’s already here!). She compares the strategies she used to launch her first book with what she hopes to do differently this time around. Plus, a tip and tool from Sarah about appointment software. Resources…
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Writing Retreats At Home (Ep 025)

This summer, Sarah did a mini writing retreat at her home. Here’s how she did it, why, and how you can create something similar for yourself. Join the conversation in the Writing on Wednesdays Facebook Group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WritingonWednesdays/)  Until next week, Nicole Roccas – www.nicoleroccas.com Sarah Bereza – www.sarah-bereza.com

Social Media for Writers (Ep 024)

Why use social media as a writer? Nicole and Sarah discuss two ways to approach the wild west of FB, Twitter, Instagram and more.

The Most Dangerous Writing App: Nicole’s Ridiculous Experiment (Middlesode)

“If you stop typing for more than five seconds, all progress will be lost.” –The Most Dangerous Writing App

5 Boundaries Every Writer Should Have (Ep 009)

We know boundaries are important, but what do they mean for writers?

Getting Sucked In: The Dangers of Cognitive Tunneling (Middlesode)

Do you ever get sucked into the minutiae of writing projects? This week Nicole reflects on the dangers of cognitive tunneling and how to beat it. Join the conversation in the Writing on Wednesdays Facebook Group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WritingonWednesdays/) Until next week, happy writing! Nicole Roccas – www.nicoleroccas.com Sarah Bereza – www.sarah-bereza.com

Write Like an Onion! (Ep 005)

A weird but useful writing strategy, especially for crunch times!

Welcome to Writing on Wednesdays! (Ep 001)

In this episode, we discuss what inspired us to start the podcast: our 10+ year friendship that has revolved around writing, our mutual passion for self-improvement and refining processes, and this quote from Scott Belsky’s book The Messy Middle.