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Cops and Writers with Patrick O'Donnell, Ep 187

Cops and Writers with Patrick O'Donnell, Ep 187

Patrick O'Donnell is a self-published author and full-time police sergeant in one of the largest police departments in the United States. He has over 24 years of experience and has worked a variety of assignments ranging from undercover work, robbery details, vice squads, violent crime task forces, and served as the incident commander for multiple officer-involved shooting investigations. He currently works as a consultant to authors and screenwriters on police procedure.

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Bootstrapping your author career, Ep 186

Bootstrapping your author career, Ep 186

Kevin talks about how to get started in an author career when you have no money and very few resources. Learn how to get the basics—cover, ebook layout, print layout, and distribution—for free. And learn how to tackle some of the business aspects, such as tracking sales and royalties, building a website, and marketing your books, plus investing back into your business and your future.

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Hyper Creativity with GP James, Ep 185

Hyper Creativity with GP James, Ep 185

GP James is a writer and music creator living in Los Angeles. He has written four screenplays, two novels, and several volumes of poetry. His novels have been edited by Richard Marek, publisher and editor of Silence of the Lambs, The Bourne Identity, and countless other bestsellers. James has also worked as a music producer, sound mixer, and recording engineer for Snoop Dogg, Amy Winehouse, Patti LaBelle, and many other award-winning artists, television shows and feature films.


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WPC-072 - Writing for Comics with Nick Macari

WPC-072 - Writing for Comics with Nick Macari

Comic books are big business, especially with the recent flood of movies from Marvel and DC alike. Writing for comics has been the dream of many, but finding a guide for helping writers hone their craft and produce work that makes the industry take notice has been challenging. Nick Macari has literally written the book on writing for comics and graphic novels, and in this episode of the Wordslinger Podcast he shares what he's learned from decades in the business.


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WPC-066 - Happy Writers with Joey Tuccio

WPC-066 - Happy Writers with Joey Tuccio

Stage32.com is the world’s largest social network and educational hub for film, television and theater creatives, with close to 500,000 film, TV and theater professionals in the Stage 32 community. The Stage 32 Happy Writers offers one-on-one online pitch and written pitch sessions, screenwriting coverage, consultations with executives, and education through classes and labs. On this episode, Kevin talks with Joey Tuccio, who says Happy Writers was founded, at least in part, because he saw the struggle his mother and other creatives went through to get their work in front of the right people. Listen in to learn some insider information about building a creative writing career. 


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WPC-061 - Brand Mapping with Jason Arcemont

WPC-061 - Brand Mapping with Jason Arcemont

New year, new chance to get your brand into better shape! As we ring in 2016, Jason Arcemont—Goal Crusher—has some tips on fine tuning your brand without breaking a sweat. Along the way, you can find Your Spot on the Mountain. Because that's how we roll. 


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