The Difference between Scenes, Sequences, and Chapters

Authors, editors, and writing coaches like myself have a number of different terms we use to group together story moments and beats within a narrative. There are so many terms, in fact, that writers and aspiring authors can sometimes get confused about the difference between terms like “scenes”, “sequences”, and “chapters”. As such, in this article we’re going…

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The Perfect Printer for Writers (7 Factors to Consider) — The Writing Coach 045

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors who help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. What printer should a writer buy? What is the perfect printer for an aspiring author who needs to print their draft manuscript? Turns…

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The “Do You Hate Me?” Email — The Writing Coach 44

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors who help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. Last week I sent Ryan Levesque’s “Do You Hate Me?” email to my email list. Boy was THAT an interesting experience! Email marketing…

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12 Steps to Writing a Novel — The Writing Coach 043

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors who help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 43 of The Writing Coach,  Kevin  T. Johns outlines what he calls “The Novel Writer’s Roadmap”, a 12 step process for…

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Dave Chesson on How to be a Kindlepreneur — The Writing Coach 042

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors who help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 42 of The Writing Coach, I speak with Dave Chesson. Dave Chesson is a best selling author under a number of…

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Chandler Bolt 7-Figure Writing Coach — The Writing Coach 041

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors that help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 41 of The Writing Coach, I speak with Chandler Bolt. Chandler is the best selling author of six books, including Book Launch and…

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Ron Vitale on the Challenges of Independent Publishing — The Writing Coach 040

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors that help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 40 of The Writing Coach, I speak with author Ron Vitale. Ron is the author of Cinderella’s Secret Witch Diaries and A Witch’s Coven…

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Joan Dempsey on Revising with Confidence – The Writing Coach 038

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors that help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 38 of The Writing Coach, I speak with Joan Dempsey. Joan Dempsey, author of the forthcoming novel This Is How It…

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Rachel Smets on Awakening Your Confidence – The Writing Coach 037

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors that help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 37 of The Writing Coach, I speak with Rachel Smets. Rachel is an author, speaker, and personal confidence coach dedicated to…

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Shauta Grimes on Becoming a Ninja Writer – The Writing Coach 036

Welcome to The Writing Coach. On this podcast, I speak with the instructors, editors, coaches, and mentors that help writers and authors create their art, build their audience, and sell their work. In episode 36 of The Writing Coach, I speak with Shaunta Grimes. Shaunta has worked as a substitute teacher, a newspaper reporter, a…

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