Episode 17: October Reading Wrap-Up

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in which Laila and Lorrie wrap up their reading month October and chat the Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth.
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[audio http://www.lailablake.com/Podcast/Lilt-Podcast_EP17.mp3]

What about you? What do you think about Divergent?
And what did you read last month?

Credits:

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The books mentioned and discussed in this episode were 
Divergent - Veronica Roth
Insurgent - Veronica Roth
Allegiant - Veronica Roth
Free Four - Veronica Roth

The Harry Potter Series - J.K. Rowling
The Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins
Our intro music was taken from the Free Music Archive:
GeeNerve - Pink Fish Signs (Take Two).
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Hiatus

Lilt is on a brief hiatus while we work on ten projects at once and Lorrie gets into the wine. In the meantime, we wanted to relink some of our pasts podcasts in anticipation of the start of NanoWriMo next week!

Episode 7: Planning vs. Pantsing

Episode 12: Writing “sensitive” male characters.

Episode 13: Writer’s Block

We’ll be back on the 28th with our monthly reading wrap-up. Join us then, and for the wild month of writing ahead!

Episode 16: Rewriting

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in which Laila and Lorrie discuss the difference between editing and rewriting, when the latter is necessary and how to do it.

[audio http://www.lailablake.com/Podcast/Lilt-Podcast_EP16.mp3]

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What about you? Do you have any good rewriting stories?


Credits:
Our intro music was taken from the Free Music Archive:
GeeNerve - Pink Fish Signs (Take Two).

Episode 15: Book Beginnings

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in which Laila and Lorrie discuss hooks, book beginnings and the complicated issue of trying to give writing any rules at all.

[audio http://www.lailablake.com/Podcast/Lilt-Podcast_EP15.mp3]

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What about you?
What kind of beginnings make you excited to read on?
Credits:
Our intro music was taken from the Free Music Archive:
GeeNerve - Pink Fish Signs (Take Two).