Welcome to A Scribe's Scribbles Podcast

Below you will find the podcast player where you can listen to every episode. Scroll through the episode menu, find the topic you want to hear and click play.

We talk about various topics, tips, tricks and advice for all types of writing. We cover novel writing, script writing, copywriting, working from home, and general writing aspects.

New episodes are released on Wednesdays and you can come back anytime to view all current and past episodes.

Enjoy!

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Favorite Episodes

Episode 6: Landing Your First Paid Writing Gig

Episode 6: Landing Your First Paid Writing Gig In episode 6, I tell you how to get your first paid writing gig for your freelance career. I cover why you should never work for free and how to get around not having a portfolio. You can listen to the episode

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Ep. 31: The Voice You Cannot Hear

Episode 31: The Voice You Cannot Hear Episode 31 talks about writer’s voice. JT attempts to define voice and where it needs to be used. We also cover the different voices you can use as well as making voice constant throughout your project. You can listen to the episode right

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Episode 7: Character Driven Writing Style

Episode 7: Character-Driven Writing Style In episode 7 we take a hard look at character-driven writing styles and see how they compare to plot-driven writing styles. We also examine how to write with a character focus and decide if you should or not. You can listen to the episode right

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Ep. 29: Show Vs. Tell

Episode 29: Show Vs. Tell In this episode, we cover how to Show instead of Tell. We look at why the “Show Vs. Tell” battle continues on, how to identify when you are telling, and of course how to show instead. We also give you an exercise to practice with

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