Write Through The Roof | For writers who want to improve their writing

A podcast interviewing all different types of writers and asking one key question 'what's the one thing that elevated your writing to the next level?' Perfect for writers who want to learn how to improve their craft. Thanks for listening and if you like what you hear, please subscribe.

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#69 – Alan Baxter – Write Through The Roof


Interview with Alan Baxter, writer of dark weird shit ‘Write caffeinated and edit drunk’ Episode 69 – Alan Baxter – Show Notes Baxter believes plotting and pantsing is a sliding scale. Vomit drafter but often edits a little before starting each day’s w...


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#68 – Lee Kofman – Write Through The Roof


Interview with Lee Kofman – author and writing teacher ‘In each draft I try to get one or two things right rather than everything.’ Episode 68 – Lee Kofman – Show Notes Creative non-fiction is her current favourite medium.


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 2019-08-18  33m
 
 

#67 – Agnes Gomillion – Write Through The Roof


Interview with Afro-futurist writer Agnes Gomillion “I wanted people to reflect on their relative state of freedom.” Episode 67 – Agnes Gomillion – Show Notes Writes something every day – maybe poetry or notes but not necessarily her ‘work-in-progress’...


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 2019-08-04  28m
 
 

#66 – Alison Morton – Write Through The Roof


Interview with alternative history novelist Alison Morton ‘Exercise your writing muscle in different ways on different days.’ Episode 66 – Alison Morton – Show Notes 30% plotter and 70% pantser Black moments: when it all falls apart for the main charac...


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 2019-07-20  33m
 
 

#65 – Clare Flynn – Write Through The Roof


Podcast interview with historical novelist, Clare Flynn ‘Read everything I could get my little hands on.’ Episode 65 – Clare Flynn – Show Notes Instinctive pantser who occasionally tries to plot The first book took 15 years to write but now tries to be...


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 2019-07-07  34m
 
 

#64 – Christopher Ruz – Write Through The Roof


Interview with horror and fantasy writer Christopher Ruz ‘Look for people who are one or two stages ahead of where you’re at.’ Episode 64 – Christopher Ruz – Show Notes Doesn’t know how to write short stories any more.


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 2019-06-23  27m
 
 

#63 – Toby Neal – Write Through The Roof


Interview with best-selling romance & mystery writer Toby Neal ‘People are preoccupied by crime because we want to recognise the wolves in our midst’ Episode 63 – Toby Neal – Show Notes Writing is like a muscle – needs regular workouts 2000 words a day...


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 2019-06-09  28m
 
 

#62 – Suzanne J Willis – Write Through The Roof


Episode 62 with Suzanne J Willis – fantasy short story & flash-fiction writer ‘The best kind of fairies, you know, the nasty ones’ Episode 62 – Suzanne J Willis – Show Notes A natural pantser but learning to plot and outline.


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 2019-05-26  23m
 
 

#61 – Pauline Wiles – Write Through The Roof


Episode 61 with Pauline Wiles – women’s fiction author & writing productivity coach ‘We need to figure out our own path and plod along steadily’ Episode 61 – Pauline Wiles – Show Notes Benefit from writing both fiction and non-fiction: entertainment v ...


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 2019-05-05  28m
 
 

#60 – David Baboulene – Write Through The Roof


Episode 60 – interview with David Baboulene – author, academic & story consultant ‘I find inspiration but analyse the inspiration to speed up the process’ Episode 60 – David Baboulene – Show Notes Type of writing depending on mood and deadline Both a p...


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 2019-04-21  28m