Behold! Your Next #WritescastChat Topic!

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Now you’ve done it. No, really. You’ve done something that’s never happened before in the history of our listeners’ choice polls.

A tie. We had a tie.

So what will we discuss for our next #WritescastChat? After some deliberation among our Novel Approaches co-hosts, we’ve cast the deciding vote in favor of writing a synopsis!

Make sure you join us on the @writescast Twitter handle and on our Instagram account from the 24th through the 28th of July, when we’ll be discussing writing synopses as part of daily prompts on these social media channels.

And if you have questions about how to address wrangling synopses, leave those questions in the comments or drop them in our voicemail inbox at (608) 284-8342.

Until our chats come along, you can catch up on past episodes of Novel Approaches at this link.

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2 thoughts on “Behold! Your Next #WritescastChat Topic!

  1. Hi there! I stumbled upon The Writescast Network via WordPress and am looking forward to hearing more about writing synopses. I’m a new writer, myself, and this information is incredibly helpful!

    1. Hi, Jess! We’re happy to have you aboard! Like the post says, we’ll be chatting about synopsis writing on Twitter and Instagram in the coming days (@writescast on both platforms), and we’d love to have you join us for that conversation. And feel free to check out our site to listen to past episodes of any of our shows. We’ve got nearly four years of material ready and waiting to help writers at every stage of their journeys. 🙂 And thanks again!

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