April 6, 2022
You have your language now you need to know how it will sound. This is achieved by saying it loud. What does this do for you and your readers? Find out in this episode.
April 4, 2022
You wrote it out, now you have to figure out the phonetics of your language. What does that mean? I go over that in this episode.
April 1, 2022
Now that you have an idea on if you want to adapt a language that is already in existence or write one from scratch, it's time to write it out. What does that mean? I go over all that in this episode.
March 30, 2022
This episode I talk about adapting a language or creating one from scratch. Which should you choose and why can be very important when it comes to the world that you are creating and your writing.
March 28, 2022
In this episode, I discuss what a reader may understand or comprehend when it comes to using languages in your writing that aren't typical.
March 25, 2022
You need to realize that if you are going to create a new language or even adapt one, there are a number of settings you must consider. I go over those in this episode
March 23, 2022
This is the start of a series on languages and creating your own. I talk about why this could be an interesting and rewarding challenge or one that makes you really question being a writer at all.
March 21, 2022
In this episode I discuss the 10 second and the 30 second pitch, even as far as the extended pitch and how one or the other may be useful. It all depends on the situation.
March 12, 2022
This episode is a live episode about creative ideas and being observant in your surrounding!
March 4, 2022
Change of pace as I was going to start with marketing in this episode, but I wanted to talk about your elevator pitch. This is important because it's your way of convincing someone in a short period of time to buy your book. I go over why this is valuable and how this short series will divide out in this episode.