Episode 134 "All successful books have this one thing in common..." A conversation with Dr Ginger Moran

February 10, 2019 01:00:56
Episode 134 "All successful books have this one thing in common..." A conversation with Dr Ginger Moran
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Episode 134 "All successful books have this one thing in common..." A conversation with Dr Ginger Moran
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This episode is a conversation with the author, writing coach and academic Dr Ginger Moran. We talk about the right mindset for writing, the different disciplines that we need to bring to the first draft and editing, learning from great writers, and why we writers are such tender souls. And yes, Ginger tells us what that one thing successful books have in common is, enjoy!

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