The Writestream: All About Editing

The Writestream: All About Editing

Join me on Wednesday, June 21 at 11 AM Eastern when I’ll discuss all things related to editing on The Writestream:

What is collaborative editing? An editorial assessment? Basic editing? Why does Writestream Publishing include editing in every package?

Writestream Radio and Publishing co-founder Daria Anne answers these and all questions pertaining to the editing process on The Writestream on Wednesday, June 21 at 11 AM Eastern.

Whether you have a full manuscript sitting in your computer or just a few handwritten notes, this episode will explain the editing process and what you can expect when you hire a professional to help you. During the broadcast, dial in with your questions at (347) 945-7246 and press “1” to let Daria Anne know you would like to get on the air.

Check out the following blog posts on Writestream Publishing for more:

Adventures in Editing: He Said, She Said

Adventures in Editing: Exclamation Points

How to Revise and Edit Your Own Writing

See you on Wednesday, June 21 at 11 AM Eastern!

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The Writestream: All About Ghostwriting

The Writestream: All About Ghostwriting

Have you ever thought about hiring a ghostwriter, but don’t know how the process works? What qualities should you look for in a ghostwriter?

I’ll discuss the answers to these and many other questions during The Writestream on Wednesday, May 31 at 11 AM Eastern. As Forbes Magazine has stated, writing a book is good business. But if you’re a busy entrepreneur who doesn’t have the time or the passion for writing, hiring a good ghostwriter can help you achieve your publishing goals effectively.

But what is expected of you?

We’ll discuss everything you need to know about ghostwriting on Wednesday, May 31 at 11 AM Eastern. I welcome your questions at (347) 945-7246. Press “1” to get into the queue. Stream the show by clicking on The Writestream: All About Ghostwriting.

Enter to win an Amazon Kindle version of my book Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal. Prefer paperback? Enter to win a signed copy here.

UPDATE: Missed it live? Click below.

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The Writestream with Kimberly McGath and Daniella Bova – Archive

The Writestream with Kimberly McGath and Daniella Bova – Archive

This past Wednesday, I interviewed Kimberly McGath in the first hour of the show to discuss the importance of cover design in book marketing, particularly for indie authors. Kim, a multi-talented retired police detective, cold case consultant, author, singer and book cover designer, has created a several fabulous covers for Writestream Publishing clients, including the one below.

Before we began our discussion on cover design, Kim made an exciting announcement about a contract for a new TV program on true crime – which means this was her last interview. Thankfully, she’ll continue to co-host Partners In Crime on Writestream Radio Network, with her co-host and bestselling author Sue Coletta.

I appreciated Kim taking the time to delve into the various aspects of creating a compelling book cover, one that will make readers take notice. We also delved into the elements that comprise an effective back cover, including a succinct book description. To discover more about Kim, visit www.kimberlymcgath.com.

In the second half of the show, author Daniella Bova joined me to discuss the third and final book in her excellent series, Storms of Transformation, Cadáin’s Watch. Check out the book trailer below:

Michelle and Jason escaped the wreckage of their beloved hometown and are determined to live free. Though they are hunted by the totalitarian bureaucracy, they vow to resist oppression no matter the cost. But insidious evil still threatens. Once proud Americans are hopeless and unwilling to fight, making it that much harder for the rebels in their quest for Liberty. And so, God intervenes, and the angel-warrior Cadáin is sent to watch over those whose spirits are unbroken.

Discover Daniella’s full body of work at www.daniellabova.com.

Click on the player to listen to The Writestream with Kimberly McGath and Daniella Bova.

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The Formula with Jefferson Keith Langley, Episode 4

The Formula with Jefferson Keith Langley, Episode 4

When you’re a host on internet radio, you learn to improvise when a scheduled guest goes missing or announces at the last minute that they need to reschedule. Such was the case the other day when it was Jefferson Keith Langley’s turn to host on Writestream Radio Network.

If you don’t know him, here’s an excerpt from his bio on Writestream Radio.com:

Jefferson Keith Langley always had the winning mindset from a young age when he excelled in sports all the way to semi-pro status. Moving to Los Angeles from Texas at 19, he began his twenty-year career in entertainment, TV and media working as an assistant for numerous top people and companies on such projects as Gatorade; Smashing Pumpkins; Orbit Gum; Coors Light; Dave Mathews Band; Quentin Tarantino’s A Band Apart; Propaganda; Sony Pictures; Kaye Films; Emmy-award- winning director/TV showrunner Paris Barclay; Wayne Isham; Nigel Dick; Kinka Usher; Silver Pictures; and recognizable films like Starship Troopers, Tales From the Crypt and NBC/Universal series The Chang Family Saves the World for Misher Films just to name a few.

He co-founded a boutique production and finance company with an investor from Silicon Valley where he was President of Development and Production for over two years handling day to day operations, business affairs strategies to diversify the company portfolio, optioning material, negotiating deals, leading writer meetings, while managing, developing and raising funds for the slate of projects. He has been hired by film financiers to consult and write materials for fantasy thrillers and comedies as well.

This led to Jefferson expanding his spectrum and becoming a top adviser/consultant across all industries. His clients consist of financiers, producers, venture capitalists, creative types, pop singers, actors, oil and gas execs, sport athletes, jewelry designers, celebrities, entrepreneurs, global brands, top political aides, former intelligence officers, and many more. His unique, cutting-edge, one-of-a-kind techniques and innovative applications continue to garner rave reviews from his colleagues and clients through their referrals and recommendations. Jefferson’s knack for seeing to the core of things, coming up with innovative solutions, and providing guidance and execution all the way through to reaching the finish line garnered him the personal title, “THE HUMAN ARCHITECT.”

Since I produce his show The Formula, which airs every fourth Tuesday of the month on Writestream Radio, I decided to turn the tables and interview him. We spent an interesting, informative 90 minutes discussing his “blueprint” philosophy for individuals, which he incorporates into his one-on-one coaching sessions with entrepreneurs. To listen, click here.

Would you like to connect with Jefferson? Visit ABETHIA.com and Artitechtronix.com.

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