A podcast a day will make you a better writer

Well, it just might!

Especially if you check out this article I found over at Bustle.

Last week I asked what books were y’all reading and the response was amazing. I’ve got a “to read” mile long list. Should keep me knee-deep in reading material through the Christmas holidays.

So I thought maybe podcast would be the next step. Because there are times when we can’t drag along our laptop or iPad. And sometimes we do need a break from our WIP.

That’s the best thing about podcasts, no computer needed!

Work on your writing skills when you walk the dog, relax at the beach, ride a car, plane or train. While others are rocking tunes you are rocking podcasts.

20 Podcasts About Writing That Will Have You Penning A Bestselling Novel In No Time by E. CE MILLER

I know which one I’m starting with, Magic Lessons. Especially since the book by Elizabeth Gilbert is on my to read list.

Check out the list of 20 and tell me which one you’re going to start with first. Some of the names you’ll recognize right away, others are new friends waiting.

Which one will you watch first? Why?

Do you see a podcast that might help with your writing?

Have you ever watched podcasts?

What do you think about the list? Have a favorite to add?

Tell me I really want to know.

 

I love reading your comments.

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