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Biblio Breakdown

Biblio Breakdown

By Ekta Garg
Welcome to Biblio Breakdown! First appearing on The Writescast Network, Biblio Breakdown is a podcast where I take a recently released book, examine it along the lines of a particular theme, and then offer writing exercises so you can have the same successes in your own work in progress. You get to make your writing better and hear about great books all at the same time. What’s better than that? 😀

Note: New Biblio Breakdown episodes appear on the fifth Friday of every month that has five Fridays.
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July 30, 2021 -- Recklessness in our writing

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July 29, 2022 -- Incorporating layers in our storytelling
The best stories include intricate layers that enrich the work and make it better. Discover how author Sulari Gentill did it in The Woman in the Library!
28:03
July 29, 2022
April 29, 2022 -- Taking chances in our writing
Learn how to take chances in your writing like Jennie Wexler did with her YA debut Where It All Lands!
24:27
April 29, 2022
Nov. 1, 2021 -- Going big in our stories
Do you ever wonder how to go big -- really big -- in your stories? Listen how Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anthony Doerr did it with his latest novel, Cloud Cuckoo Land, and find out how you can do it too.
29:26
October 31, 2021
July 30, 2021 -- Recklessness in our writing
In this episode, learn about how to be reckless in your writing within the context of Enola Holmes and the Black Barouche by Nancy Springer.
22:11
July 30, 2021
Apr. 30, 2021 -- Audacity in our writing
The best characters and plots shock us, because they’re audacious. In The Nature of Fragile Things, author Susan Meissner shows us just how to create a fearless protagonist who must be bold when circumstances and even the earth turn against her. Listen to the episode to find out more about this incredible book and how you can use some of the same techniques in your own writing.
29:50
May 07, 2021