Chapter One

What hooks a reader into buying and reading a book? Heck if we know, but we try to examine that “hook” that pulls readers into our books. I read the first chapter of my latest book as an example. (Adult content warning)

We also talk about finishing the first draft of our latest book, and we go into the fun and challenges of writing a joint book. Lots of lessons learned!

We say this a lot, but this podcast is packed! If you’re a writer or a reader, there’s good things here for you!

Have a listen and let us know what you think. TIA! LYL!

Someone outside was listening to our podcast as we were recording it.

3 thoughts on “Chapter One

  1. The first chapter of your novel does draw the attention, even the small extract you published in this post did.
    Just a small note: it would be even better if you would read slightly more slowly.

    Is it common for you to have such listeners while you are recording?

    1. Carson City has deer on the valley floor all the time because that’s where the food is. People in our neighborhood feed them, and they wander into our yard for the shade.

      And thanks for the feedback. I was nervous. I’ve never read anything I’ve written in a “public” setting. I’ll be sure to slow down next time. 🙂

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