The Jed Herne Audio Experience

Sneak preview [chapter 1 excerpt]: FIRES OF THE DEAD, my debut fantasy novella!

An episode of The Jed Herne Audio Experience

By Jed Herne
Jed Herne is a fantasy & sci-fi author. On this show, he shares writing advice, author interviews, and other writing-related shenanigans. For links to his books, free stories, and to join his email newsletter, check out www.jedherne.com
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65. When you're stuck with writing, approach from another angle - Daily Writing Advice 65
My first fantasy book, Fires of the Dead, just released TODAY! (Which is why this video is a few hours late - sorry!) Get it here: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 When I'm struggling to write, rather than giving it all up, I often change my approach. Coming at a story from another angle can free you, and help produce your best writing even when you don't feel like it. Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
02:54
September 20, 2019
64. Show vs tell? Decide by asking: is the process interesting? - Daily Writing Advice 64
If it’s an interesting process/journey/event, then you should show it in your story. If the process isn’t compelling and you just need readers to know the outcome, then you may consider telling. Neither approach is better. It’s about picking the best one for each specific scene. Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
02:40
September 19, 2019
63. A time saving fantasy world building question - Daily Writing Advice # 63
Do you need it? If you don’t, then maybe don’t waste time worrying about it. Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
04:08
September 18, 2019
62. What your character wants vs what they need - Daily Writing Advice # 62
Understanding the difference is the key to creating captivating character arcs. Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
03:23
September 17, 2019
61. There is no shortcut to becoming an incredible writer - Daily Writing Advice # 61
There is no shortcut. And if you’re desperate for one, you might not truly be in love with the process. I’ve been doing this since 2012, and I still consider myself a massive newbie. After all that time, I’ve just got my first book coming out into the world. And I’m stoked with that, because I love the process so much and I love all the challenges ahead of me. Writing makes me feel alive. If it does the same for you, then it won’t matter that there isn’t a shortcut - because the long road will be worth it. Don’t ask, ‘what’s the least I can do?’ Instead, ask, ‘what’s the most I can bare?’ Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
05:46
September 16, 2019
60. Don’t talk about your stories until you’ve written them - Daily Writing Advice # 60
As tempting as it may be to discuss your story ideas with friends, you have to be careful. In my experience, I’ve sometimes found that talking about stories you’re going to write can delude you into thinking you’ve already written them. After all, if friends say that your story sounds cool, you might feel like you’ve done your job as an author - this, your motivation to actually write the darn thing may decrease. If you keep it pent up inside you, however, and only start talking about it once you’ve done the first draft, it will motivate you to write that first draft as quickly as possible so that you can share it with the world. For instance, I almost always only talk publicly about stories that have moved beyond the first draft. Plus, there’s the other downside of talking about stories you haven’t yet written: your walk probably won’t match your talk. I see so many people talking about all the great stories they’re going to write, and how they’re going to be an awesome author ... but their actions don’t map to their ambitions. They’re taking the talk, but not walking the walk - not actually getting into the grind of pumping out that story. On the other hand, selective and careful discussion of your story can help improve ideas and spot errors before you waste time writing them. Like with so many things, this is about intentions. If you’re telling someone your story idea to seek approval, it will probably be counterproductive. If you’re telling them with an open ear for critical feedback, you will win. Ultimately, you have a choice: talk about the stories you want to write, or actually write them and then talk about them. I suggest you do the second. Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
05:42
September 13, 2019
59. Use tracking to be a more productive writer - Daily Writing Advice # 59
For over a year and a half, I’ve used a spreadsheet to keep track of basically everything I’ve written. It’s become a valuable habit that encourages productivity. Particularly in the first draft phase of a project, it helps me stay focused and make substantial daily progress. It can do the same for you! Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
03:38
September 12, 2019
58. How to ask for feedback on your writing - Daily Writing Advice # 58
Don’t ask ‘did you like it?' Instead, ask: 1) What bores you 2) What confuses you 3) What don’t you believe 4) What’s cool? (So I don’t accidentally “fix” it.) These questions come from Mary Robinette Kowal, who uses them for early beta readers (http://maryrobinettekowal.com/journal/how-and-why-i-use-online-alpha-readers-while-writing-novels/). What’s great about them is how they focus readers on giving big picture feedback, which prevents them obsessing over micro details that will probably change anyway (I.e. spelling errors). Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Send me a message - I love hearing from you and I respond to every email! jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
05:57
September 11, 2019
Sneak preview [chapter 1 excerpt]: FIRES OF THE DEAD, my debut fantasy novella!
Hey podcast! My debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead, releases in 10 days on September 20th! It'll be available in ebook, paperback, and audiobook forms. I'm so stoked to share it with the world :). Can't wait to hear what you think! Blurb: Wisp is a Pyromancer: a magician who draws energy from fires to make his own flames. He’s also a criminal, one job away from retirement. And it can’t come bloody soon enough. Leading his misfit crew, Wisp ventures into a charred and barren forest to find a relic that could change the realm forever. But they aren’t the only ones on the hunt, and the forest isn’t as barren as it seems … A jaded gang leader longing for retirement A bloodthirsty magician with a lust for power A brutish fighter who’s smarter than he looks A young thief desperate to prove herself A cowardly navigator with secrets that won’t stay buried Together, they must survive fights, fires, and folk tales that prove disturbingly real – if they don’t kill each other first. Fires of the Dead is a dark fantasy novella with a unique magic system, perfect for anyone wanting a fast-paced read. *** To stay updated with the book launch (and my writing in general), you can join my free author email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/. When you sign up, you'll get some bonus fantasy and sci-fi stories!
14:55
September 10, 2019
57. Top 5 writing lessons learnt from narrating my fantasy audio book - Daily Writing Advice # 57
Don't make my mistakes! Here's what I learnt: 1. Prefer free indirect speech over direct thought 2. Avoid tricky punctuation and formatting 3. Take regular breaks 4. Voices are hard, so work them out beforehand.  5. You can do this yourself - even on a budget. Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0
10:54
September 10, 2019
56. World Building through tone and voice - Daily Writing Advice # 56
When writing fantasy novels, we often think that world building = making cool creatures, religions, and societies. That's certainly part of it. But it's also useful to consider the subtler ways you can create an interesting world for your characters to inhabit. That's what today's episode is all about. Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0
03:10
September 9, 2019
54. Avoiding overwhelm as a writer by using WIN - Daily Writing Advice # 54
Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 WIN: What's important now? It's such a valuable question to deal with feeling overwhelmed - because as an author, there's a lot of reasons to feel overwhelmed. 
03:59
September 5, 2019
55. What if? Here's how to develop great secondary characters - Daily Writing Advice # 55
Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 What if? This powerful question recently helped me take a character from bland to great - and you can use it in your own stories.  My favourite 'what if' questions: 1. What if your protagonist's goal is the opposite of their current one? 2. What if the antagonist is more sympathetic than the protagonist? 3. What if you remove the most interesting character? 4. What if your character does something no one expects them to do? 5. What if your protagonist gives up? 6. What if your antagonist wins? 7. What if your main plot finishes at the midpoint (a la 'The Moon is a Harsh Mistress') and the second half is all about the fallout and consequences? Listen to my podcast on this here. Let me know about your What If? questions - I might feature them on a future episode :). Email me here: jed.herne1(at)gmail.com
07:24
September 5, 2019
53. How to write great twists (ft. Ender’s Game) - Daily Writing Advice # 53
Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game is a fantastic demonstration of how you should consider foreshadowing big twists, by providing micro twists earlier in your story. This episode analyses how you can pull off the same trick. My Ender's Game podcast.
03:45
September 4, 2019
52. If you want to edit better, you may need to print - Daily Writing Advice # 52
Read my debut fantasy novella, Fires of the Dead: https://amzn.to/33Ebcs0 Whilst working on my upcoming book, I made a big mistake that I want you to avoid.
02:49
September 3, 2019
51. The worst story tropes - avoid at all costs! - Daily Writing Advice # 51
Aren't tropes just the worst? In this episode, I call out the most heinous ones - I bet you won't guess what common trope I detest! *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/
02:35
September 2, 2019
50. Sonder, and how it helps create amazing characters - Daily Writing Advice # 50
Aren't tropes just the worst? In this episode, I call out the most heinous ones - I bet you won't guess what common trope I detest! *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/
02:23
August 30, 2019
49. The Goodwill Hunting guide to making readers feel emotions - Daily Writing Advice # 49
Goodwill Hunting is one of the most emotionally resonant films I've seen. It has a way of getting under your skin and making viewers care. Today's episode analyses how it achieves this, drawing upon theories from The Emotional Craft of Fiction by Donald Maass.  *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead   For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/ 
04:35
August 29, 2019
48. Backwards, you must work - Daily Writing Advice # 48
Readers can only read forwards. Writers can cheat. Use this to your advantage, authors! *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead   For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/ 
03:40
August 28, 2019
47. The Name of the Wind guide to making small events have big stakes - Daily Writing Advice # 47
Gabriel Bergmoser said that The Name of the Wind somehow makes a man playing an instrument more suspenseful than a man fighting a dragon. That's not an insult. That's a compliment, because Patrick Rothfuss' incredible fantasy novel is a masterclass in making small stakes feel huge.  *** Podcast I did analysing The Name of the Wind in more detail:  https://novelanalyst.com/2018/08/07/episode1/ Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead   For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/ 
04:56
August 27, 2019
46. Give characters scenic outlooks - Daily Writing Advice # 46
 For readers to appreciate how far characters have come, you need to show how far they've gone. This episode describes how. *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead   For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/ 
02:23
August 26, 2019
The 3 pillars of story - plot, character, and setting - an in-depth creative writing workshop
Happy Saturday! Something special for you today :) I recently gave an in-depth creative writing workshop to an audience of 10 year-olds. They were amazing! Such good questions, and such attentive engagement. In this workshop, I discussed the main tenants of good stories: Plot - what happens Character - who is happens to, and who makes things happen Setting - where it happens This is an hour-long, in-depth, super detailed audio recording of that workshop. It originally aired on my YouTube channel, but I wanted to share it with you here, because I was very pleasure with how deep I dove into these aspects of the story craft. Hope you really enjoy it, and let me know what you think by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts if you like it :) *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/
1:02:50
August 24, 2019
45. The emotional craft of fiction by Donald Maass - plot vs emotional goals (ft. Toy Story) - Daily Writing Advice # 45
In The Emotional Craft of Fiction, a wonderful writing advice book, legendary literary agent Donald Maass outlines how writers can make readers feel emotion. As he says: "readers can read a novel, or they can experience it."  One technique to achieve this emotional engagement is to consider plot vs. emotional goals. Having both is the key to empathy. In today's episode, we'll examine how Toy Story achieves this.  *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead     For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/ 
03:52
August 23, 2019
44. Using Gary Chapman's the 5 love languages to write better characters - Daily Writing Advice # 44
According to Gary Chapman's book, The Five Love Languages, we each have unique ways of showing and giving appreciation. These are: 1 - Quality Time 2 - Words of Affirmation  3 - Touch 4 - Gifts 5 - Acts of Service As an author, you can use these love languages to create more complex, interesting, and realistic characters.  *** Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead    For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/ 
03:37
August 22, 2019
43. Overcoming procrastination as a writer - Daily Writing Advice # 43
While I don't believe in writer's block, I do believe that procrastination exists. However, I don't want it to exist, so in this episode I'll outline a four-step approach to diagnose and solve the enemy of productivity. This four-step approach has the handy acronym of DUST. We procrastinate because things are: D - Difficult U - Undefined S - Scary T - Tedious Read my debut fantasy book, Fires of the Dead: http://bit.ly/FiresOfTheDead For free fantasy & sci-fi stories, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and to stay updated with my writing, join my free email newsletter: https://jedherne.com/club/  
04:09
August 21, 2019
42. The 4 'C's of great stories - Daily Writing Advice # 42
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03:07
August 20, 2019
41. What would your character never do? (Writing lessons from Brent Weeks) - Daily Writing Advice # 41
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04:12
August 19, 2019
40. Same emotional quality, different aesthetics - Daily Writing Advice # 40
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03:28
August 16, 2019
39. Why adverbs suck - Daily Writing Advice # 39
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03:18
August 15, 2019
38. Don’t use convoluted contrivances for ‘said’ - Daily Writing Advice # 38
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03:09
August 14, 2019
37. What does your world want your story to be? (with examples from Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson) - Daily Writing Advice # 37
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02:46
August 13, 2019
Threatening your main character isn’t the best way to create suspense - Daily Writing Advice # 36
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02:49
August 12, 2019
Why Writer’s Block is a myth - Daily Writing Advice # 35
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02:53
August 9, 2019
Get free feedback on your stories with Critique Circle - Daily Writing Advice # 34
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01:45
August 8, 2019
4 and a half reasons why I love writing with Courier New font - Daily Writing Advice # 33
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03:12
August 7, 2019
Boost story conflict with this one question - Daily Writing Advice # 32
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02:43
August 6, 2019
All but the last paragraph should end in... - Daily Writing Advice # 31
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01:47
August 5, 2019
Writing secondary characters the Harry Potter way - Daily Writing Advice # 30
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02:14
August 2, 2019
Short sentences don't equal fast pacing - Daily Writing Advice # 29
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02:29
August 1, 2019
Using sentence structure to keep readers engaged - Daily Writing Advice # 28
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02:53
July 31, 2019
The most crucial word comes last - writing a periodic sentence - Daily Writing Advice # 27
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03:31
July 31, 2019
One way to consider mentors and apprentices in fiction - Daily Writing Advice # 26
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03:32
July 31, 2019
Can you take it further? - Daily Writing Advice # 25
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02:50
July 31, 2019
Are conventions worth it for aspiring fantasy writers? - Daily Writing Advice # 24
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02:18
July 31, 2019
Avoid this description mistake - Daily Writing Advice # 23
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02:21
July 31, 2019
A hack to improve your editing process - Daily Writing Advice # 22
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02:42
July 31, 2019
'But, therefore' - Gabriel Bergmoser's tip for dynamic stories - Daily Writing Advice # 21
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02:31
July 31, 2019
Using Tony Robbins' 6 human needs to write better characters - Daily Writing Advice # 20
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05:10
July 31, 2019
Building complex characters through dialogue tags - Daily Writing Advice # 19
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02:18
July 31, 2019
What happens if your main character vanishes - Daily Writing Advice # 18
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02:09
July 31, 2019
How to create amazing antagonists - Daily Writing Advice # 17
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01:53
July 31, 2019
Using value shifts to quantify character change - Daily Writing Advice # 16
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03:04
July 31, 2019
How to write interesting fight scenes in a book - Daily Writing Advice # 15
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03:25
July 31, 2019
What readers want according to Aristotle (aka why I love Brent Weeks) - Daily Writing Advice # 14
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04:39
July 31, 2019
Brandon Sanderon's 10 percent editing rule - Daily Writing Advice # 13
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01:42
July 31, 2019
Think beyond the obvious emotions in your stories - Daily Writing Advice # 12
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01:44
July 31, 2019
Give your characters better choices - Daily Writing Advice # 11
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02:09
July 31, 2019
Writing an ideal review so you can write an ideal novel - Daily Writing Advice # 10
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04:18
July 31, 2019
Stealing from your life to be a better writer - Daily Writing Advice # 9
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03:39
July 31, 2019
Who is the antagonist vs. who can be the antagonist - Daily Writing Advice # 8
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01:59
July 31, 2019
6 Ways to edit your stories with objectivity - Daily Writing Advice # 7
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06:31
July 31, 2019
Too many cakes - Daily Writing Advice # 6
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01:40
July 31, 2019
Nothing but the truth - Daily Writing Advice # 5
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04:50
July 31, 2019
Think about the birds - Daily Writing Advice # 4
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04:07
July 31, 2019
Theme isn't preaching - Daily Writing Advice # 3
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04:08
July 31, 2019
... but really, I hated them - Daily Writing Advice # 2
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02:09
July 31, 2019
Talk Isn't Cheap - Daily Writing Advice # 1
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01:24
July 31, 2019
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