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The Book Editor Show

By Clark Chamberlain

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The Book Editor Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley. Each show looks at one area of novel editing that an author can easily implement into their editing process. Shows have guest editors, explore different creative storytelling fields, and give you the knowledge to build a better book.

Customer Reviews

Lots of concrete guidance

I listen to a lot of writing/reading podcasts, but this one is full of concrete practical assistance to. Over the last few weeks, it's kept me encourged as I revise my first two novel length rough drafts. If you're a writer, this is a wonderful podcast that pulls off a lot of information without bordom. Thank you guys.

A Useful Podcast

This podcast fills a needed niche in the writing/indie writer podcast market. Right now most writing podcasts focus on how to plan/conceptualize one’s story, pitfalls to avoid, writing technique, etc. Most indie writer shows focus on learning from author interviews and how to package and market one’s work once finished. The Book Editor show concentrates on polishing and refining a finished or near finished work from an editor’s perspective. Listening to how editors think about a story, to my way of thinking, is a valuable learning opportunity.

If I had any nit, it would be having a few more prepared examples on hand rather than rely on off the cuff ones that sometime get tangled when the imagination stumbles mid sentence.

Still good information, and now that there is some live editing, it helps a lot to see editors thinking through a submitted story.

Favorite podcast hands down.

Never wrote a review in my life, but these two have earned the 5 star appraisal.
If you love to read, write, edit, or just want to improve in general, this is a podcast to
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