Encouraging Podcasts for Writers

Thirty people signed up for the April challenges, and all four groups got off to a running start yesterday!

When enthusiasm is still running high–at the beginning of any race–it’s easy to keep going. But part way through any project, the going can get tough. The enthusiasm can drain away.

Here’s one good way to keep that from happening.

Podcasts for Writers

If you can’t get started… If you can’t keep going… If you want to quit…


There are popular podcasts for writers at the touch of your fingertips. Below are five sites where you can find podcasts ranging from ten minutes to over an hour, on every possible writing subject.

Have fun checking them out!

Still Need Help?

But you’re not an auditory learner? You prefer to read? If you haven’t yet downloaded my free ebook Rx for Writers: Managing Your Writing Space and Your Writing Time, then do so now.

Scroll back up to the top right of this page, give me your email, and I’ll send you a link that takes you to the ebook.


Encouragement is on the way!


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4 Responses to Encouraging Podcasts for Writers

  1. Audrey McLaughlin says:

    Thanks again for setting this up for us! I appreciate you.

    • kwpadmin says:

      You’re so welcome, Audrey! I’ve really enjoyed hearing all the stories, what people are working on, and what obstacles they are working around. Such a variety! :-)

  2. Thanks for the mention! We really appreciate it. I hope everyone gets something out of the Dead Robots’ Society. That’s why we do it.

    • kwpadmin says:

      You’re welcome! I’ve been enjoying them. Gives a feeling of camaraderie in a sometimes lonely business. :-)

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