Simon Moore is a multi award-winning writer and director working in theater, film, and television. Listen in as he peels back the layer of his creative process and reveals secrets to writing for both the stage and the screen.
Critically-acclaimed mystery writer Hallie Ephron has been an Edgar Award finalist and four-time finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. An expert on character and plot, she shares time-tested tips for improving your writing.
Mystery and crime writer Jeff Gulvin brings a unique perspective on storytelling with a careful eye for detail in his critically-acclaimed novels. Jeff’s insights and anecdotes will inspire you to tell better stories yourself.
Eva shares the cold-sandwich approach to critiquing others’ writing, insights on Southern fiction, and her unquenchable passion for helping aspiring writers reach the next level of excellence.
Former TV executive and international bestselling novelist Simon Toyne talks through what he learned in the film industry and how anyone can shape better stories by applying those lessons.
Gabriela Pereira has a passion for helping writers strive for excellence and find a community of like-minded “word nerds.” Listen in as she shares her seven scintillating secrets to creating better characters and building better stories.
A truly organic writer, award-winning novelist Deborah Raney shares keys to working without an outline. Learn about choosing the best words to enhance the emotion of a scene and how a master at penning women’s fiction writes male characters. Tune in for a lively, intriguing conversation that will bring a smile to your face.
Three-time Edgar award-winning mystery writer T. Jefferson Parker takes us on a detailed journey into what really makes a mystery work, how mysteries differ from suspense, and the important of promise-making—and keeping in fiction writing. You’ll also hear about his latest release The Room of White Fire and what led him to write it.
Tune in as one of the nation’s most popular and prolific authors shares insights that have led her to write sixty-eight New York Times bestsellers. (No, that’s not a typo.) You’ll learn about catalytic events, invisible villains, the “Aha!” moment, how to turn an idea into a story, and more. Don’t miss it!
As one of the A-list screenwriters in Hollywood, Mark Bomback is best known for his movies Live Free or Die Hard, Total Recall, Insurgent, The Wolverine, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and the forthcoming War for the Planet of the Apes. Listen in as one of Hollywood’s top writers shares his approach to writing, storytelling, and how to break in as a new screenwriter.