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Online Workshop- Write on SC

Recently I’ve become co-host to a radio show on 100.7 The Point called Write-On-SC which interviews various writers around the state and discusses with the nuances of their individual genres and the difficulties of writing. Below are podcasts for the different shows. Hope you enjoy. 

Saying I Do:  On my wedding day, we broadcast this episode about Saying I Do -- in fiction. What were some of the worst fictional marriages ever? 

Make Mine Evil: What makes good villain? Kasie and Rex break down the bad guy in this episode from March 2019. 

Science Fiction Subgenres with Brian Barr. Kasie and Rex welcomed Brian Barr, science fiction writer, into the studio to discuss science fiction subgenres like cyberpunk (his specialty). 

Conferences, Workshops, and RetreatEvents can be a great way to promote yourself as a writer and your book. But what kind of event is the best fit for where you are in your literary journey right now? Chuck Sambuchino weighs in. 

Why do you write? A Conversation with Al BlackKasie and Rex welcomed father of Mindgravy Poetry, Al Black into the studio.  

The Changing Publishing Industry: Kasie visited with Cheryl Nugent, founder of Kentbury, an online community for writers.  

Dialogue and Dialect: A discussion on how to effectively use these attributes into ones own writing. With Appalachian writer Sharon May

Romance or Love Story?: A discussion of the romance genre and all the subgenres wherein, with romance author Savannah Frierson 

Read Like a Writer: The act of analyzing what you read for benefit of improving your craft. With author Mary Sturgill 

Genre Basics: The ins and outs of writing in the Mystery genre. With author Peggy Cwiakala (chi-CO-la): 

Research for Historical Fiction part 1: How much is too much in historical fiction? How much historical reality is necessary? With Author Bonnie Standard:

Research for Historical Fiction part 2: How much is too much in historical fiction? How much historical reality is necessary? With Mike Long: 

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