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Welcome to Sparrow’s brand new podcast about all things science! Sparrow is the single, trusted source for science and unlike anything else on the market, our content comes straight from the horse’s mouth: ground-breaking journal papers presented in summary. No journalists. No agenda. No interpretation. Visit www.sparrow.science to read more science stories and sign up for our free daily Digest Email.
 
The Writing Sparrow is all about writing, publishing and marketing your book, so you can go from unfinished draft to published novel no matter where you are on your indie author journey! We're here to motivate and encourage you. Also find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewritingsparrowpodcast and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewritingsparrowpodcast/
 
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Keith, Tom and Graeme

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“Sparrow-Talk presents:” is the result of a failed attempt to do a podcast about Goodnight Sweetheart. After 8 episodes following Gary Sparrow’s time travelling adultery, these three youngish men now talk about a different TV show every week. There’s little rhyme or reason to what they choose to watch, it’s just stuff they’ve heard of from the 70s onwards. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The Birch & Sparrow podcast is about life, business, and all of the fascinating stories that make those two things interesting. We'll interview Etsy moguls, grandparents with wisdom to share, kids that say the darndest things, and anyone else with an interesting story that we can get to sit behind a microphone. Sometimes it will just be us, sharing our successes and failures as we attempt to build a life far outside the ordinary. From practical business tips to sage life advice, we'll plunge ...
 
In 1887, it was an isolated stretch of marshland on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay. By 1958, it was the biggest steel mill in the world. It went bankrupt in 2001. And by 2015, it was a pile of demolished rubble. Sparrows Point is a story of capitalism, labor unions, race, gender, civil rights, pride, and hubris. It’s the story of American steel.
 
We are so excited to launch this thing and we are even more excited that you have decided to join us on this wild adventure! Stories of a Sparrow started with conversations around the table. It was a place that we felt comfort and solace in each other as we began to open up about the things going on in our hearts. As we began to share life with each other we found something special. We found being vulnerable and open with each other as scary as it was brought so much life and energy. We bega ...
 
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Sparrow connects the curious public with the latest science that empowers them to make informed decisions. Our experts turn scientific research into short summaries called Science Digests. There are many ways to improve outcomes for cancer patients beyond developing new treatments. In today's podcast, we discuss data regarding the length of time it…
 
Sparrow connects the curious public with the latest science that empowers them to make informed decisions. Our experts turn scientific research into short summaries called Science Digests. In today's podcast, we discuss how and why obesity is linked to different cancers and actions that can lower cancer risk. Visit www.sparrow.science to read more …
 
Sparrow connects the curious public with the latest science that empowers them to make informed decisions. Our experts turn scientific research into short summaries called Science Digests. In today's podcast, we discuss how genetic testing for hereditary cancer traits may be able to help inform treatment decisions for patients with rare cancers. Th…
 
Sparrow connects the curious public with the latest science that empowers them to make informed decisions. Our experts turn scientific research into short summaries called Science Digests. In today's podcast, we discuss a recent study which reports that about 44% of global cancers are attributed to modifable risk factors. What does that mean? And w…
 
Sparrow connects the curious public with the latest science that empowers them to make informed decisions. Our experts turn scientific research into short summaries called Science Digests. In today's podcast, we discuss how an increasing body of research is showing that healthy levels of vitamin D can improve the likelihood that cancer immunotherap…
 
The Writing Sparrow will take a break now. It will return, I just don't want to promise a date. This is a good time to subscribe to the show (completely free, if the word puts you off!) or follow the podcast at any of the links below. That way, you won't miss us when we're back. Thank you for listening, writers and Sparrows! Speak soon. *** Come jo…
 
Kirsten McNeill joins me again for this week's episode to talk about how we can overcome fear on our writing journey, be that the fear of writing a book, of being read, of our books being disliked, etc. This is a super-sized episode, and we hope you'll enjoy our pep talk! Please note: The Writing Sparrow will take a break after this episode. It wil…
 
Today I have the great pleasure of welcoming Adriene Arce to my show! Adriene is my narrator for the Blood Wisp trilogy, and it was really great to talk about the process with her. It's a slightly longer episode, but we think it's worth every second. (but if you want an even longer chat, the Patreon Extended Edition is 2 1/2 hours long :O We couldn…
 
Once a quarter, I talk to another writer about their writing routine. We answer questions such as Are you a plotter, pantser, or somewhere in between? , Do you write every day? , Where does your inspiration come from?, What’s your beverage of choice?, and many more! At the end of each episode, the writers recommend their favourite book on writing a…
 
Welcome to my quarterly writing updates, goals, and podcast news! If this isn't why you're here, don't worry - it'll only happen four times a year. Hopefully, my process, goals, and achieved deadlines (as well as surprise challenges) will be interesting for you whether you're here as a writer or as one of my readers! Listen to find out what I'm wor…
 
Today I'm talking to Aluko Deborah JB about every writer's greatest foe (besides burnout, self-doubt, etc): the rabbit hole of procrastination. Want to know how to beat procrastination and foster consistency instead? You've come to the right place. Note: we sadly had technical issues when we were recording, so we apologise if this chat sounds a lit…
 
This week, I talked to Marisa Mohi about Author Website 101 - what kind of content you should have, how early on your writing path you should create one, your questions from social media, and if you even need a website in the first place. *** Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram account! To find …
 
Sparrows, we're finally discussing one of my favourite subjects this week! Bekah Berge stopped by to talk about *drumroll* worldbuilding! We specifically discuss things like maps in fantasy novels (how much do you need to include?), magic systems, the flora and fauna of your world, worldbuilding in epic fantasy and in urban fantasy genres, series b…
 
Welcome to our second episode on book marketing! This time, Chloe Hodge joins me to discuss this most daunting of author tasks. And if you missed it, Lyndsey Hall talked us through her strategy a few weeks ago in Episode 61! *** Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram account! To find out more about…
 
Welcome to one of my favourite chats of all time! In this week's episode, I talked to C E Hoffman about how to approach sensitive subjects in our writing. We discussed things like gender, spirituality, and the Shadow in Jungian psychology, so you're in for a fantastic episode. The short answer is that it all comes down to respect. The long answer i…
 
Once a quarter, I talk to another writer about their writing routine. We answer questions such as Are you a plotter, pantser, or somewhere in between? , Do you write every day? , Where does your inspiration come from?, What’s your beverage of choice?, and many more! At the end of each episode, the writers recommend their favourite book on writing a…
 
Welcome to my quarterly writing updates, goals, and podcast news! If this isn't why you're here, don't worry - it'll only happen four times a year. Hopefully, my process, goals, and achieved deadlines (as well as surprise challenges) will be interesting for you whether you're here as a writer or as one of my readers! Listen to find out what I'm wor…
 
For this week's episode, R.S. Williams kindly agreed to come back to discuss Patreon for Authors! If you want to know what this platform does and how authors can use it to connect with their readers, this is the episode for you! *** Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram account! You can learn more…
 
Alice Ivyna joins me this week to talk about how to make your next book launch a success! She has a lot of information for you guys, so I recommend you get a notebook. As promised in the episode, here is a summary of the steps she takes when she publishes a new book: Include a pre-order link to the sequel (if your book is part of a series) at the e…
 
This week I welcome romance author Lyra Thorsson onto my show! We discuss the differences between romance novels, erotic romance novels, and pure smut ;) Her action step for those of you wanting to write one or all of the above holds true for any genre: read books like the ones you want to write, familiarise yourself with how other authors approach…
 
In today's episode, marketer Lyndsey Hall chats about what's possibly the most daunting part of being an author: book marketing. She shares her tried-and-tested marketing techniques, tips, and lots of advice on how to market your book in free as well as paid ways. Why not treat yourself to the Enchanted Waters anthology she's a part of? It's for ch…
 
Content warning: Please be advised that this episode mentions the author of a certain popular wizarding series as well as the books several times. Please also be advised that the word paedophile comes up once but is not discussed in detail beyond the mention. I would like to make it clear that this mention has absolutely nothing to do with my guest…
 
(Sooo, I'm here saving and scheduling this episode for Monday, and I notice I only have 58 previous episodes scheduled. This is because I had a moment many months ago and made a spot for '59: 27/12: Christmas Break' in my planner -.- Ignore me when I say this is E60. It's of course E59 *ahem*) Welcome to my quarterly writing updates, goals, and pod…
 
Today I have the great pleasure of talking to Faith Rivens about reading with intention. It's no secret that writers can learn a lot by reading--in fact, many writers swear by it and will tell you that you need to be a reader if you want to be a writer. In today's episode, Faith and I discuss how reading can improve your writing skills! *** Come jo…
 
Today I'm talking to Stephanie Ellis about how to put together an anthology! Stephanie has worked closely with horrortree.com for the last four years doing just that. In this episode, she shares her experience with how it's done and what to keep in mind. *** Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram a…
 
Today I'm talking to Dani Hoots about how to include several genres in one book (or one series)! Dani is the author of over 20 books, and with her latest being a sci-fi western, she knows a thing or two about crossing genres. *** Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram account! To find out more abou…
 
This week I talk to Jon Tilton about how we can nurture our creativity - a subject he discusses regularly with his guests on the Cause of Craft podcast. I can't think of better timing for this chat than the first of November - happy NaNoWriMo, everyone! We hope our discussion will help you nurture your own creativity this month, whether you partici…
 
Once a month, I talk to another writer about their writing routine. We answer questions such as Are you a plotter, pantser, or somewhere in between? , Do you write every day? , Where does your inspiration come from?, What’s your beverage of choice?, and many more! At the end of each episode, the writers recommend their favourite book on writing and…
 
As requested in my reader group on Facebook, I will be sharing quarterly writing updates and goals. If that's not why you're here, don't worry - it'll only happen four times a year. Hopefully, my process, goals, and achieved deadlines (as well as surprise challenges) will be interesting for you whether you're here as a writer or as one of my reader…
 
After nine episodes, Mission of the Lunar Sparrow is complete. Perhaps feeling a little nostalgic after the run of the show, the series creator took some time out from casting his next project to interview one of the series leads about what it was like to make the podcast. They cover the casting process, discuss what's coming next for both of them,…
 
This week I've had the great pleasure of talking to my good friend Tobi about how to write fan fiction! I'm a complete newbie to this, but Tobi has been writing fan fiction for a rather long time as you'll hear and had a lot of great advice to share. Want to try writing fan fiction but don't know where to start? Tobi's action step for you is to fig…
 
In Episode 9 of this short-flight audio drama, Mission Control is flying the Lunar Sparrow on autopilot, returning Commander Field to Earth. A mysterious decision has been made, at a high level, to end the mission. Commander Field, as is often the case in situations like this, is the last to know what has happened. But before the fade out, she take…
 
In this episode before the final episode of this season, Commander Field has sent Mission Control off on a computational errand, keeping the machine busy and giving her a chance to record a secret diary entry. She speaks from the heart about what she has seen on the lunar surface and how it has changed her.…
 
Writing lecturer and author Eden Sharp stopped by my podcast this week to talk about her approach to writing a non-linear series--that is, a series that can be read in any order. Get a pen and some paper ready for this one! *** Come join The Writing Sparrow on its very own Facebook fan page or its very own Instagram account! To find out more about …
 
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