Show Notes for Episode 106: Writing Naked – How to Put Yourself on the Page Honestly and Well-Disguised
Only you can truly see through your eyes… that is until you put them on the page through your characters. And then everyone can see it. For better or for worse – and sometimes both – you’re revealed in ways even you were not aware of.
Being naked on the page is being honest, is showing others who you are, why you believe the way you do, what you think is important and how you want the world to be. In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how to write true to yourself, why you’d want to put the best, worst, and ugliest parts of ourselves out there for the world to consume and what we as writers get out of it.
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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE
- Our episode on distinguishing helpful critics from personal criticism here.
- FREE COURSE: Write Flash Fiction that Doesn’t Suck
- How To Think Sideways (affiliate link, it supports the podcast!)
- AIARWIP Ko-Fi (support the podcast!)
- All the ways to support AIARWIP
- Credits: Producer – Rebecca Galardo. Sponsor – Holly’sWritingClasses.com. Intro written by Holly Lisle and performed by Mark Hermann. Our podcast is 100% free and sponsored only by Holly’s Writing Classes. AIARWIP THEME by Truth. Image by Enrique Meseguer from Pixabay