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A collection of essays on 19th century novelists, both famous ones and those largely forgotten now. Among the writers presented most wrote in English, but three foreign authors are also discussed. Phelps taught a course on novels at a university and he added to those biographical essays some of his ideas about the importance of novels in the process of teaching about literature. (Summary by Piotr Nater)
 
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Tim has feedback on Charles’ recent question on getting the magic back. Resources Mentioned Question 868: Mental Reset–Fear, the Dark Side, and Finding New Magic The post Feedback: Getting the Magic Back appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today I chat to Lee Thackery a Essex lad in St Maarten! He has raised a sunken Yacht and it turning it into a ECO PROJECT A fascinating chat for more info about Jacky go to: www.jackyrom.comโดย Jacky Rom
 
Ed asks: I’m a writer that starts at “It was a dark and stormy night” and writes straight though to “…and they lived happily ever after” (well, maybe “and they all died”), so I’m curious about coordinating multiple POVs in that approach. Write each POV straight through? Or write the whole story, regardless of POV? The post Question 870: Writing Out…
 
Following up to Charles’s most recent question about performance pressure and fear, Dan talks about different kinds of pressure, and why some kinds of pressure may be good for a creative person. Suave Rob’s Amazing Ass-Saving Adventures Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Question 869: Mental Reset–The Right Kind of Pressure appeared …
 
Charles asks: “How do I rediscover that youthful naivety to be able to write without fear, and finish what I start?” Resources Mentioned: How to Lose at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams Sponsored by Archivos Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Question 868: Mental Reset–Fear, the Dark Side, and Finding New Magic appe…
 
Dave Robison joins us again, this time in his role as CEO of Archivos, the story-world management system that sponsors the show. We dive deep on what Archivos is, how it works, and who it’s for. Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Special Episode: Archivos appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Mark asks: How do I go about novelizing and expanding a short screenplay? Resources Mentioned: Down From Ten Predestination (film) All You Zombies by Robert A Heinlein Star Trek II and Star Trek III novelization by Vonda McIntyre Alien I-III novelization omnibus by Alan Dean Foster Hollywood Script Shop Fight Club, film and book Sponsored by Archiv…
 
Melisa asks: How often should you change the cover art on your books? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Question 866: Cover Art Refreshment appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Mark asks: If you didn’t have to think about making money from your writing, how would your writing change? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Question ep 865: Poverty and Creativity. Are They Related? appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Melisa asks: On Storybundle, how do I get asked to curate one? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums Storybundle.com bundlerabbit.com draft2digital.com The post Questions Ep 864: Curating a Storybundle appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Mark asks: If our writing only ever reaches a small audience, is it still something worth doing? Resources Mentioned Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Questions Ep 862: The Legacy Value of Fiction appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Mark asks: If we want to do something with our lives that helps the world or others, how can we justify writing stories? Is writing important? Why? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Questions Ep 861: The Social Value of Fiction appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today, JR asks us to a deep dive on writing memorable dialog that pops. So, here we have part one! Resources Mentioned: George Carlin: I kinda like it when a lot of people die George Carlin: Complaints and Grievances The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde A Portrait of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde Last Chance to See, by Douglas Adams Titan …
 
Khellan asks: Aare there any good tools that you can recommend to track word count? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums Resources Mentioned Permanent Record, Edward Snowden The post Questions ep. 860: Building a Word Tracker appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today we have feedback from Jeanne on our episode on using poetry in fiction. Resources Mentioned; Episode 534: Poetry in Novels The Dark is Rising by Susan Cooper A Swiftly Tilting Planet by Madaline L’Engle The Pendragon Cycle by SR Lawhead Sponsored by Archivos Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Feedback: Poetry in Fiction appeare…
 
Ian asks: In terms of affiliate links and marketing, does it benefit you more when we buy from Amazon or from Kobo? and Kobo so a purchase from which site gets you the best results either in cash terms or marketing? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Question 859: Affiliate Links and Support appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Today Ed has feedback on barbells, wedges, and risk management. Sponsored by Archivos Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Feedback: Going Pro Risk Management Episode appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today Roland has feedback on making a living with short fiction. Resources Mentioned Klytics SF report link ML Buchman Dean Wesley Smith Gail Carriger Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Feedback: Making a Living with Short Stories appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Melisa asks: You’ve talked a lot about process and flow and documenting, but why? Anytime I do something, I learn the checklists, so keeping checklists doesn’t do anything for me. Do you mean something else by this? What’s the difference between War Boards/Process control and Checklists? Resources Mentioned Kanban wikipedia entry Trello Join us at …
 
Ed asks: Are there ways to buffer your writing career against the coming chaos, besides going into the wilderness and starting a farm? Antifragile by Nassim Nicholas Teleb The Naval Podcast Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Going Pro ep7: Surviving the Coming Chaos appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Ed asks: How do you arrange your business for maximum flexibility? What do you absolutely not compromise on and what do you easily put on the chopping block? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Going Pro Ep 6: Flexibility and Trade-offs appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ed asks: In terms of production, what do you *really* need to learn? And how deep do you need to get into these subjects? Resources Mentioned w3c schools (website) Making Tracks by J. Daniel Sawyer The Creative Penn Mark Dawson’s Self-Publishing Formula Newsletter Ninja by Tammi Labrecque Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Going Pro …
 
Ed asks: What do you need to learn about small business to get started? And what business roles can you farm out to contractors? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums Resources Mentioned: Tax Savvy for Small Businesses Accounting Made Simple C-corp, S-corp, LLC The Copyright Handbook News Article: Dr. Seuss Enterprises Wins Appeal Case Against S…
 
Today we continue with the Going Pro series with Financial Prep: What kind of financial preparation do you need before you can quit the day job? The post Going Pro episode 3: Financial Prep appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ed asks: I’ve heard that you can’t make a living as a Indie writer unless you’re putting out 3-4 books a year. Is this true, and if so… how does one manage this, particularly in the transition to being full time? The post Going Pro: Episode 2 appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ed asks: What level does your craft need to be before jumping from hobbyist to pro? How do you know it’s ready without a gatekeeper? Decoder Ring Theater Suave Rob’s Double-X Derring Do Suave Rob’s Rough-n-Ready Rugrat Rapture Suave Rob’s Amazing Ass-Saving Association The Golden Ass by Apuleius Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Goi…
 
Today JR has feedback on researching law enforcement jurisdiction. Resources Mentioned Questions Ep 815 Police Corp Program Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Feedback: Jurisdictional Research appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today JF has feedback on novel and short structures. Resources Mentioned: Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums The post Feedback: Novel and Short Story Structure appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today Ed has feedback with more examples of fix-up novels Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums Resources Mentioned Callahan’s Key by Spider Robinson Callahan’s Lady by Spider Robinson Lady Slings the Booze by Spider Robinson Variable Star by Robert A. Heinlein and Spider Robinson Time for the Stars by Robert A. Heinlein Starman Jones by Robert …
 
Ian asks: Is the upcoming “Wolf of Venus” a direct sequel to Hadrian’s Flight? Join us at the Every Day Novelist Forums Resources Mentioned: Hadrian’s Flight Sponsored by Archivos The post Question 857: Wolf of Venus and Heinlein Juveniles appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Ed asks: In fantasy and science fiction worlds, ending a cult is just a matter of killing the leader. How would that work in the real world, or at least a realistic setting? Resources Mentioned: The Wrong Way Home: Uncovering the Patterns of Cult Behavior in American Society, by Arthur Deikman Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, by L…
 
Brad asks: Can you build a career with short fiction? Resources Mentioned: The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien Lord Foul’s Bane by Stephen R. Donaldson The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss Dune, by Frank Herbert The Real Story by Stephen R. Donaldson Join us at the Nanogang Forums The post Questions 855: Short Novels and Short Fiction appea…
 
Charla asks: When writing into the dark, how do you finish a story when the flow stops? Resources Mentioned: Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective by Donald J. Sobol Join us at the Nanogang Forums The post Questions 854: When the Flow Breaks appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Brad asks: Given today’s climate, will censorship of writers and artists get worse? And how can we survive it? Resources Mentioned Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Join us at the Nanogang Forums Sponsored by Archivos The post Questions 853: The Coming Censorship appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Charles asks: What advice would you give someone who’s starting from zero as a writer? Resources Mentioned Becoming an Every Day Novelist, by J. Daniel Sawyer Rear Window and Other Stories, by Cornell Woolrith The Maltese Falcon by Dashiel Hammet Farewell, My Lovely by Raymond Chandler Cardiff by the Sea: Four Novellas of Suspense, by Joyce Carol O…
 
Ian asks: Is there a magic formula of reading for pleasure or writing for fun and writing for publication? And would it be useful? Join us at the Nanogang Forums The post Questions 851: Practice and Magic Ratios appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Charles asks: “Now that I’m done with school and have time again… how do I get back into the writing groove?” Resources Mentioned The Cat Who Walks Through Walls by Robert A. Heinlein Join us at the Nanogang Forums Sponsored by Archivos The post Questions 850: Re-Finding the Groove appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.…
 
Herbert asks: “How you would go about writing two protagonists that are each other’s main antagonist?” Join us at the Nanogang Forums Falling Down Raiders of the Lost Ark The post Question 849: Protagonist vs. Protagonist appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today the Nanogang debriefs on their experiences for this NaNoWriMo, discusses their future writing goals, and looks ahead to NaNoWriMo 2021. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Alexis’s obsession comic: “Freaking Romance” Word Counts: Dan 67468 Gail 81587 Tori 15162 Kitty 8799 Alexis 7138 The post Nanogang 2020 Post-Game: Reflections o…
 
Today we field a question from the forums on first time writers. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Word counts Dan 67468 Gail 81587 Tori 15162 Kitty 8799 Alexis 7138 The post Nanogang Day 30: Nano for the New Writer appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today the Nanogang fields questions on POV and gets listener feedback on audiobooks and jargon. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums My Sister’s Song by Gail Carriger, audiobook by AWP Audiobooks Soulless, by Gail Carriger The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien Lord Foul’s Bane by Stephen R Donaldson Dune by…
 
Today the Nanogang fields a question on character depth, with particular attention to long series. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums League of Extraordinary Gentleman, by Alan Moore Crudrat, by Gail Carriger Blameless, by Gail Carriger Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, by J. K. Rowling Word Counts: Dan 60766 Gail 80910 Tori 13160 …
 
Today the Nanogang fields a question on sustainable daily word counts and slowly digests their Thanksgiving dinners. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums San Andreas Shifters Amazon series page My Sister’s Song by Gail Carriger, audiobook by AWP Audiobooks The Warded Man by Peter V. Brett Word Counts: Dan 57107 Gail 80629 Tori 11119 Kitt…
 
Today the Nanogang fields a question on revisions, and discusses our favorite foods. Which is appropriate, as it is Thanksgiving Day here in the US where we all are. Happy Thanksgiving, folks. May it be relaxing and full of deliciousness! GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Serious Eats Super Amazing Falafel Babylon 5 The Complete Book …
 
Today the Nanogang talks about portable writing setups for writing anywhere, any time. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Word Count: Dan 53027 Gail 79654 Tori 10580 Kitty 7110 Alexis 6130 The post Nanogang Day 25: Writing on the Go appeared first on The Every Day Novelist.โดย J. Daniel Sawyer
 
Today the Nanogang fields a question on using jargon so the layman can follow. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums A Wrinkle in Time by Madaline L’Engle Cold Welcome by Elizabeth Moon Word Counts: Dan 52326 Gail 79236 Tori 10009 Kitty 7110 Alexis 5941 The post Nanogang Day 24: A Pie of Coprolites appeared first on The Every Day Novelist…
 
Today the Nanogang talks about social rules in formal societies, and fields a listener question on subplots and POV. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Nori snacks Stargate SG-1 Circe by Madaline Miller (Circe) Last of the Wine, by Mary Renault (last of the wine) What Jane Austin Ate and Charles Dickens Knew by Daniel Pool Ring for Jee…
 
Today the Nanogang fields a question on writing controversial topics and why eggs are an abomination. Julia Eklar “Divine Intervention” Nanocast eps: Nuclear Storytelling Options GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Word Counts: Dan: 4639 Gail: 78100 Tori: 9335 Kitty: 5966 Alexis: 5638 The post Nanogang Day 22: Playing Chicken and Courti…
 
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