HTC: May 22, 2006 Shownotes
Welcome to the 33rd edition of the Hip Tranquil Chick podcast: a guide to life on and off the yoga mat. Produced from the Pink Palace in Washington, DC.
Today’s podcast is on book writing 101, topped of with a pose of the podcast, hip tranquil chick suggestions, and fun podsafe music! View our shownotes at hiptranquilchick.com/blog.
1. Create a concept
2. Query letter
3. Write the proposal
4. Search for an agent
5. Get picked up by a publisher
6. Write the book
7. Promote the book
Hip Tranquil Chick Suggestions:
Nonfiction Book Proposals Anybody Can Write by Elizabeth Lyon
How to Write a Book Proposal by Michael Larsen
Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg
Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
If You Want to Write by Brenda Ueland
The Journey from the Center to the Page by Jeff Davis
Publicize Your Book by Jacqueline Deval
Pose of the Podcast: Eagle arms in Warrior 1
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To close out the show, we’re playing podsafe music—by new and independent artists who are sharing their music through podcasting from the Podsafe Music Network. Today’s selection is Gut Feeling by DJ Eric Ill. You can learn more this week’s featured artist, including how to get more of his music, at DJ Eric Ill’s MySpace page.
Thanks for joining me for the 33rd edition of the Hip Tranquil Chick podcast. Namaste!
Colored cabinets ceolpmtely change the look, and are so easy to do/inexpensive way to revamp youra0kitchen. This is one of my summer projects this year! I am so loving the Aqua color, very soothing and pleasant to the eyes. The current ones in my kitchen are Oak and I have been wanting to change them since a long time. I believe 2 days should be enough for 2 people to paint about 20? Thanks for sharing!
I know, finding that spare time is tough! That’s why the process was so long for me. Carve it out, Ms. Zoe! You’ll find it when the time is right. Take a writing vacation, sign up for a writing class, create an ongoing writing date with yourself at a nearby cafe–the options are endless my darling. I can’t wait to see what you create!
I’ve always wanted to write a book one day… Very helpful podcast for where to begin! Thank you. I just need more spare time!!!