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I do love a podcast!
I listen to podcasts when I’m at the stables doing the chores, mainly. It’s great to use the time to educate myself on anything writerly, techy, or simply inspirational or motivational. Here are a few of my favourites:
- Joanna Penn is great for loads of information. I love her podcast for keeping me up to date with trends right across the sector, as well as new products and services. I’d go as far as to say her podcasts are invaluable! Lookup The Creative Penn and have a listen.
- Sarah Painter calls her podcast The Worried Writer. Although she’s taking a break from podcasting right now, it’s well worth listening to her back catalogue of podcasts. I think nearly every writer suffers from self-doubt, and she is no exception. Her interviews with other authors delve into how they cope “to get the job done.” to quote Sarah. It’s a great comfort knowing you’re not alone, and they share great tips for overcoming these unhelpful feelings.
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