Top 10 ‘So you want to be a writer’ podcast episodes of 2017

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It’s been a big year – and a busy one for Valerie Khoo and Allison Tait, hosts of AWC’s So you want to be a writer podcast. Not only is it a weekly source of writer-related news, views and reviews, but also just a great catch up with two people passionate about this entire industry.

Now, of course we recommend locking yourself away on a hammock somewhere and listening to ALL of this year’s episodes, but if you don’t have a spare sixty hours, check out our top 10 most popular episodes of 2017…

1. Episode 182: How to use a plotting chart in your redrafting process. And meet Hardie Grant Egmont publisher Marisa Pintado.
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2. Episode 201: How to teach your kids to write a good story. And meet Tristan Bancks, author of The Fall.
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3. Episode 166: How to get over your wall of self-doubt. And meet Rachael Lucas, author of The State of Grace.
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4. Episode 204: Meet internationally best-selling author Kate Forsyth.
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5. Episode 186: Do you need to experience what your character goes through? We chat to Natasha Lester about her new book Her Mother’s Secret.
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6. Episode 196: Cool character development exercises. And meet Garry Disher, author of Her.
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7. Episode 184: How to launch your blog with your book in mind. Meet Nicole Alexander, author of An Uncommon Woman.
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8. Episode 193: How to use subplots to bring your story together. Meet Catherine Jinks, author of Charlatan.
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9. Episode 185: Have you started your book in the right place? And meet picture book author and AWC alumnus Shelly Unwin.
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10. Episode 176: Meet Lauren Child, author of the Charlie and Lola and Ruby Redfort series.
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