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Bestselling author William Bernhardt discusses the latest news of interest to writers, offers writing tips to make your work more appealing to movie/tv scouts, and interviews Danielle Norman, a romance writer who explains how she used dictation to increase her productivity and find her voice. News: 1) Barnes & Noble opens a new "bookstore of the future." 2) Amazon release a less expensive Kindle, increasing the viability of Kindle ads. 3) Amazon explains that its "most favored nation" policy requiring competitive pricing still applies to KDP authors. 4) The Second Circuit rules that digital files (like audiobooks) may not be resold. 5) Bernhardt explains why Amazon is arguably the best place for a new or unknown author to build a following. Writing Tips: Bernhardt talks about TaleFlick, a new online platform that allows writers to get their work in front of movie/tv scouts, then discusses the elements that makes stories more appealing to those producing stories for visual media. Interview with Danielle Norman: This wildly successful romance author explains how, although she had never written before, she started dictating her early drafts and found a multi-book contract with Simin & Schuster in seven month. She says that dictation not only allowed her to increase her productivity but to find her voice. She provides details on how you can do the same. Want to join William Bernhardt's Patreon mentoring program? Thinking about attending WriterCon over Labor Day weekend? Please post reviews and like this program at your favorite podcatcher. Email William Bernhardt at:


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