We complete our profile of NCW Conference presenters with this interview of thriller author Chuck Barrett. In addition, host Rich Keller talks about the future of the NCW Podcast.
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We have the privilege to speak with "Ready Player One" and "Armada" author Ernest Cline in this week's episode of the NCW Podcast. We delve into his role of screenwriter prior to his shift to novels, why he enjoys writing science fiction, and how he felt when Steven Spielberg was attached to the movie version of "Ready Player One."
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We continue our presenter profiles for this year's Northern Colorado Writers Conference. Today it's author and speaker Jason Brick and award-winning YA author Laura Resau. Plus, more about the conference.
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We return with a new episode of the NCW Podcast and start highlighting the presenters at this year's NCW Conference. First, former NCW Director Kerrie Flanagan discusses her new role at F&W Media and upcoming books. Next is YA author Todd Mitchell who discusses his graphic novel "Broken Saviors" and his new works. Plus, we talk about the conference, announce the winners of the Jerry Eckert Scholarship, and name the nominees for this years Top of the Mountain Book Award.
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Children's Book Insider and Writeforkids.org founder Laura Backes, speaks to us this week on the NCW Podcast. We delve into what books she loved as a kid, how she jumped from literary agent to her current profession, and how technology has changed the children's book world.
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We have a busy edition of the NCW Podcast. First is an interview with independent author Jim Heskett, writer of the new Micah Reed thriller series. Next, YA/New Adult author Shannen Camp discusses her best selling title "Pwned." Finally, we detail the events and presenters of the 11th annual Northern Colorado Writers Conference.
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EOFire's JLD -- John Lee Dumas, speaks with Rich Keller of the NCW Podcast on how he started his road to entrepreneurship and how his goal setting conventions fit in with the world of writing.
We mark episode 50 of the NCW Podcast where we started -- a discussion with the organization's director. This time around it's new director April Moore. We talk to her about how she became the director, what changes she's looking for in the organization, and what she is doing for writers across the world in the form of the annual NCW Conference.
We're proud to have Joanna Penn, author and host of The Creative Penn Podcast, on this episode of our own podcast. In the 45-minute interview we discuss a number of topics, including why she left her job as a technical writer to become a full-time author, how she made a six-figure income off of her writing and other ventures, and what the outlook is for independent authors in the near future.
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This week's guest on the NCW Podcast is Tracee Sioux, the author of "Soul vs. Ego Smackdown: How to say YES! to your Soul and tell your Ego to Suck It!" We talk to Tracee about the difference between the two, which one you need to listen to when it comes to creativity, and the quick time it took to write the book.
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