5 Great Podcasts For Writers

If you’re a fan of podcasts and you love to write, you’re in the right place. Here are five awesome writing podcasts that you have to listen to.

The five podcasts I have listed below are helpful, informative and useful if you have Writer’s Block, you’re currently working on a novel or you want to improve your writing.

  1. Helping Writers Become Authors

This podcast is hosted by K.M Weiland and has over 500 episodes to help writers become authors and help authors become successful authors. Each episode is about 10-15 minutes long. In these amazing, concise episodes, K.M Weiland focuses on crafting solid characters, outlining and structuring novels and polishing prose.

She sticks to the point and her episodes are informative, helpful and easy to understand and learn from. If you want to write a book, edit it into a story agents will buy and readers will love, this podcast is for you.

Click here to check out the Helping Writers Become Authors podcast.

2. Writing Excuses

“Fifteen minutes long, because you’re in a hurry, and we’re not that smart.”

Writing Excuses

Writing Excuses is a fast-paced, educational podcast for writers, by writers.

With fifteen seasons, they cover hundreds of topics and an episode for almost every writing related question or problem you have. Their goal is to help their listeners become better writers.

It airs weekly, with new, interesting episodes appearing each Sunday evening. The episodes are about fifteen to twenty-five minutes long, but are usually less than twenty minutes.

Click here to check out the Writing Excuses podcast.

3. How writers write

How writers write is a great podcast hosted by Brian Murphy and in it he shares writing tips, routines and also powerful interviews with bestselling, award-winning authors and writers.

Many episodes feature interviews or discussions with some well-known authors who share note-worthy tips, great advice and talk about their writing styles.

This podcast has over sixty episodes, which range from thirty to an hour in length.

Click here to check out the How writers write podcast.

4. 88 cups of tea

88 cups of tea is a cheery, engaging and inspiring podcast and is all about motivating YA novelists.

They feature fun conversations with authors, literary agents, poets, film-makers and TV writers. The tone is joyful and conversational, making the listeners feel like they’re not amongst teachers, but friends.

They have hundreds of incredible episodes, talking about world-building, plotting and character development and lots of other interesting topics for aspiring authors.

Click here to check out the 88 cups of tea podcast.

5. Fiction writing made easy

Fiction writing made easy is a podcast with over forty informative episodes. It is hosted by Savannah Gilbo who has a quest to provide tips and useful advice to help writers and aspiring authors improve their writing skills.

This podcast is perfect for aspiring authors or writers intimidated by the idea of writing a full-length novel and is also great for authors who want to polish their craft.

Savannah shares actionable tools, tips, and strategies that will help you write, edit, and publish your book.

The podcast is usually under twenty minutes long, informative and the host gives clear definitions and advice to help you on your journey to finishing your future bestseller.

Click here to check out the Fiction writing made easy podcast.

Do you listen to any of these podcasts already? Are you planning to? Which one catches your eye? Let me know in the comments below.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post! Follow for more awesome writing-related content!

Stay safe,

4 thoughts on “5 Great Podcasts For Writers

  1. Hi Laura Beth, how are you doing?
    Great! We’ve also done an interview with KM Weiland on the Penable Blog, if you want to check it out.
    Thank you for reading, have an awesome time listening


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