The Writescast Network

--- r. r. campbell ---

The Writescast Network is a podcast collective for writers, by writers, with the mission of helping writers everywhere become more confident in themselves and in their craft. Our network includes podcasts featuring author interviews, conversations on the art and business of writing, and analyses of your favorite books—all from a writer's perspective. What will the Writescast Network do for you?
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Latest Episodes…

  1. A Reader's Perspective with Lacey - Writescast 099

    For the penultimate episode of Writescast Network programming, I'm joined by an avid reader who just so happens to be my wife. Over the course of our discussion, we chat about what gets her to pick a book off a shelf, what keeps her engrossed while reading, and ...


  2. Simmering Down with Sarah Smith - Writescast 098

    Sarah Smith joins the show to discuss her most recent release, SIMMER DOWN, along with what got her into writing romance in the first place, among other topics. Thanks to this episode's sponsors Dandelion Web Marketing, Lost Lake Press, and ...


  3. You're Not Your Author You featuring M.A. Hinkle - Writescast 097

    Author M.A. Hinkle discusses the importance of separating one's personal identity from one's writerly self, as well as how writers can go about surviving the, well, *gestures broadly,* we confront on a daily basis. Thanks to this episode's sponsors Dandelion Web Marketing, ...


  4. Ten Steps to Finding Happiness featuring Dr. Lindsay Weisner - Writescast 096

    Dr. Lindsay Weisner discusses her ten steps for finding happiness while pursuing one's creative endeavors. Thanks to this episode's sponsors Dandelion Web Marketing, Lost Lake Press, and Kill Your Darlings Candle Company. ...


  5. On Letting Go featuring Laurie Scheer - Writescast 095

    After an important update on the future of the Writescast Network from host r.r. campbell, Writers' Institute Director Laurie Scheer returns to the show to discuss the dissolution of the University of Wisconsin's Continued Studies in Writing program. Thanks to this episode's sponsors Dandelion ...