Podcasts for Writers

Podcasts for Writers

As a writer, I’ve found podcasts to be an excellent way to learn from other writers – what works, and what doesn’t work. I enjoy watching YouTube videos, classes, and interviews, but there is something about listening to a podcast while working out, walking the dogs, or driving in my car that helps the information settle in my brain differently than watching and listening at the same time.

One of my favorite podcasts is Carly Kade’s Equestrian Author Spotlight Podcast, and I recommend this to writers all the time, and not just horse book authors. Carly’s guests include tips on writing routines, marketing, and more from authors of all genres, and she makes the sessions fun and supportive. Her favorite hashtag is #authorsunite.

I’ve been fortunate to have been a featured guest twice including the most recent episode, “On Revisiting a Series, Awards & Dude Ranch Research Trips with Valerie Ormond.” I hope you will enjoy the show!

Or, listen to the podcast via Carly’s website.

 Need some ideas for more podcasts for writers? Check out DailyWritingTips’ 8 Great Podcasts for Writers and Book Authors.

If you have any thoughts about Carly’s podcast or recommendations for others, please leave a comment!

Author: valerieormond

Writer - please also visit my Believing In Horses website to learn more about my books at http://believinginhorses.com/

2 thoughts on “Podcasts for Writers”

  1. I listened to your podcast and enjoyed it. I love how you took your amazing experiences and put them in your books. Where in Canada did you do the cattle drive?

    1. Thank you, Darlene, and I did the cattle drive In Alberta. I spent a few days at Homeplace Ranch, where a group of us became familiar with the horses we would ride for the drive. Then we trailered to the starting point, camped out, and spent the next three days on a fabulous ride ending up parading through town in Cochrane, Canada. It was part of an event called “Hooves of History,” in 2000, and I understand that was the last year it was held. Thank you for stopping by!

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