In this third AMA installment, Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) answer your questions!  If you don’t hear yours answered – or you have one you didn’t submit head on into the forums or email us at show@alonewithinvisiblepeople.com

 

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In this second AMA episode, Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) answer your questions!  If you don't hear yours answered - or you have one you didn't submit head on into the forums or email us at show@alonewithinvisiblepeople.com

 

After the episode: Have something to say? A question to ask? Jump into the FREE forums at HollysWritingClasses.com (no purchase or ownership of courses necessary) and share with us.

 

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In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) answer your questions!  If you don't hear yours answered - or you have one you didn't submit head on into the forums or email us at show@alonewithinvisiblepeople.com

 

Join us in this week’s episode and if you have a question for us join us in the forums at HollysWritingClasses.com and get to typing!

 

After the episode: Have something to say? A question to ask? Jump into the FREE forums at HollysWritingClasses.com (no purchase or ownership of courses necessary) and share with us.

 

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How to Write Fiction: Poetry has many uses!

Poetry can be difficult - to write, to understand and to share with others. However it can also be so very useful to those who do not even publish the poems they've written!

In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how you can reap major benefits from writing in poetic prose without sharing word one!  So tune in as Holly shares her tips, tricks and poems and we talk a little about how you can become a better writer in any genre while working on poetry.

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How to Write Fiction:

Whether you want to write a couple of scenes from an animal's perspective, a short story from only their point of view or an entire book or series about nothing but animals and their lives, this episode and worksheet (found here for free, no email required) is intended to help get into the mind of the animal you want discover more about and, of course, to share with your readers.

In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how writing animals is different from other characters, how to create enough of the backstory to fit whatever level of importance your character will have, what important points to focus on when doing the actual writing and more.

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How to Write Fiction: Being Naked and Proud

Only you can truly see through your eyes... that is until you put them on the page through your characters.  And then everyone can see it.  For better or for worse - and sometimes both - you're revealed in ways even you were not aware of.

Being naked on the page is being honest, is showing others who you are, why you believe the way you do, what you think is important and how you want the world to be.  In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how to write true to yourself, why you'd want to put the best, worst, and ugliest parts of ourselves out there for the world to consume and what we as writers get out of it.

Join us in this week’s episode and if you have a question for us join us in the forums at HollysWritingClasses.com and get to typing!

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How to Write Fiction:

We are such strange creatures.  We desire comfort and chaos, routine and inspiration.  In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss the importance of creating space in your life for your art.  We go into each of the three types of space in detail and why they're important.  

If you're lucky enough to be able to do all three, they can only help in aiding in the building of your writing habit.  Consistent efforts to create and maintain your space will benefit you to creating the life you want to live.

Join us in this week’s episode and if you have a question for us join us in the forums at HollysWritingClasses.com and get to typing!

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How to Write Fiction: Stories using both the Editor and the Muse!

For three weeks we have been talking Sweet Spot Map.  From building a one, to building a world and then building your characters.  In the fourth and final installment, we go over how to use the map for story building.

In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how to take what you've written down on your map and to find key conflicts, mixing and matching over and over to fine-tune your story.  Using examples from both of our works and maps, we'll go over how to find the conflict in the parts you love (and hate) most.

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Becca is experiencing an internet outage. As soon as her provider gets her service back up, she'll get the podcast to you.

Please hang with us. We have a really fun episode this week we think you'll love.

Holly

How to Write Fiction: Build Characters using the Muse's input!

Two weeks we went over building a Sweet Spot Map, last week we went over building a world.  This week we go over how to use the map for character building.

In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how to take what you've written down on your map and build the characters that will inhabit your worlds, using examples from both of our works. Anything on these maps can be used to build characters you've just created or enhance ones you've had around for a while.  We go into how much to include, how to look at different sections in more than an obvious way and drawing from your own life.

 Join us in this week’s episode and if you have a question for us join us in the forums at HollysWritingClasses.com and get to typing!

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