Author Jessica Brody joins me tomorrow!

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Jessica Brody

Jessica Brody joins host Adam Messer live tomorrow on Muses, Memoirs and More on local radio station WRUU 107.5 FM. Topics include her new projects and Save The Cat Writes a Novel!

Jessica Brody is the author of more than 17 novels for teens, tweens, and adults including The Geography of Lost Things, The Chaos of Standing Still, A Week of Mondays, 52 Reasons to Hate My Father, Better You Than Me, the three books in the sci-fi Unremembered trilogy, and the newly released Sky Without Stars (a sci-fi reimagining of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables, co-written with Joanne Rendell). She’s also the author of the Descendants: School of Secrets series, based on the hit Disney Channel original movie, Descendants and the LEGO Disney Princess chapter books. Jessica’s first non-fiction book, Save the Cat! Writes a Novel (a plotting guide for novelists) released in October 2018. Jessica’s books have been translated and published in over 23 countries and two are currently in development as major motion pictures. She lives with her husband and three dogs near Portland, OR

Visit her online at JessicaBrody.com. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram @JessicaBrody

What: Jessica Brody on Muses, Memoirs and More

When: Sunday May 19, 2019 at 4 pm – 5 pm EST

Where: 107.5 FM WRUU Savannah and http://www.wruu.org live streaming

The podcast will be available after on http://www.anchor.fm/adammesser

 

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Every Habit Needs One: How joining a writing group improves your writing.

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How joining a writing group improves your writing.

Winfield Strock III

Support groups bring like-minded people together for the improvement of all. Whether you’re kicking a bad habit or starting a good one it helps to have help. Sharing with other writers helps define what it means to be a writer. Experiencing others’ fears and failures, triumphs, and growth- these help shorten the journey to success and ease the pain that naturally comes from learning something new. But not all groups are created equal.

If like me, you want to improve and publish your work, you’ll want constructive criticism from your group. In some, they smile, nod, and offer vague and positive feedback. They don’t want to offend any more than they seek to improve. I need to know what sucks, how it sucks, and what you liked so I can remember to keep it. Continue reading