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Ask Your Editor Writing Podcast

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Ask Your Editor is a WRITING podcast for WRITERS, discussing the writing process, the writer's life, and other creative writing topics from the perspective of two fabulous ladies: one experienced writer and a developmental editor of fiction.


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Recent Episodes

Do I Need a Writing/English Degree to Be a Writer?
Will a degree help my writing? Is it even worth it? Well, the answer is that it depends on what you want to get out of it. Abby and Amanda talk about their experiences in academia to shed some light on going to college for writing. Full show notes (including things mentioned on the show) can be found at
How Do I Beat Writer's Block?
Abby has a controversial opinion about writer's block. Listen to find out what it is plus tips on how to beat writer's block. Full show notes (including things mentioned on the show) can be found at
How Do I Overcome Imposter Syndrome With My Writing?
Thoughts such as "What if my writing isn't good enough?" will only hurt your writing in the long run. How can writers overcome imposter syndrome? Note: The 'making the bed' example was not Coach Carter but rather advice from Admiral William H. McRaven. Will post the link in the show notes. Full show notes (including things mentioned on the show) can be found at
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Jan 29th, 2019
Latest Episode
Apr 16th, 2019
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