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Face it. We all want to write novels. “Write A Novel” is the podcast you need to make that goal a reality. It doesn't matter if you don't know what to write about or how to tell a story. I'm here to walk you through the process as many times as you need to make your dreams of being an author come true. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/writeanovel/support
 
Was the name signed to the world's most famous plays and poems a pseudonym? Was the man from Stratford that history attributed the work to even capable of writing them? Who was Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, and is there any chance he was the actual author of those legendary works? Who WAS the writer behind the pen name "William Shakespeare?" Join Steven Sabel of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship as he and his fellow Oxfordians set out to answer all of those questions and many more on ...
 
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For week two of writing our first drafts, I discuss what point-of-view, or POV, is, and how you can determine which POV you're writing in. Next week, I'll discuss the merits of each POV, and how to determine which one you should write in. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive up…
 
Steven welcomes Kevin Gilvary, president of the De Vere Society in the UK, and editor of the masterful book, "Dating Shakespeare's Plays," to discuss the contents of the book, the processes used in compiling accurate date ranges for the works of Shakespeare, and discrepancies in orthodox dating. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill t…
 
It's time to start writing our first drafts! And don't worry. There's a good reason why we haven't finished fleshing out our outlines for the second half of our novels yet. I'll discuss that in this episode, as well as my first of many suggestions for things to keep in mind while you write your first draft. For a transcript of this episode, go to T…
 
Steven welcomes Emmy Award-winning composer and Shakespeare Authorship educator, Daniel Steven Crafts, to discuss his creation of Gonzo Opera and the class he teaches on the Shakespeare Authorship Question for the University of New Mexico extension program. Daniel also talks about a new book project he is putting together with a collection of ad ho…
 
AI text and speech generation tools are developing at a greater rate than we could have imagined. We are now at the point where a text box can serve as my writing partner, who pitches me ideas and makes suggestions on my plot. We are now at the point where an application can read my text out loud for me, in my own voice, and at times, it even trick…
 
Steven welcomes Bonner Miller Cutting, author of "Necessary Mischief," back to the series to discuss her interpretation of the most glowing dedication of "Venus and Adonis" to the 3rd Earl of Southampton. Together they explore the implications the epic poem and its famous dedication could have had at the time of its publishing and the appearance of…
 
No one is an expert about everything, but there are many people who are, in fact, experts about something. So how can we as authors convince our readers into thinking that we know what the heck we're talking about, without actually dedicating lifetimes to the study of every topic in existence? That's what I'm talking about in this podcast. And be s…
 
Steven unravels the clues the playwright has embedded in the text to inform actors how to deliver his lines and understand his characters and suspects these clues prove the author was also a skilled director. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented by the Shakespeare Oxf…
 
In this episode, finalize my list of scenes for the first half of Act II, stopping at the midpoint. I also forget to mention why I'm missing one scene, so you'll find out the answer to that in next week's episode. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, suc…
 
In this episode, we're going to be working to finish crafting our scene lists up to the midpoint of our works-in-progress. I also discuss the huge leap in reasoning that has helped me greatly in the development of my second act. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bon…
 
Steven welcomes Dublin-based lawyer, Rosemary O'Loughlin, to the series to discuss her discovery of what she believes are Oxfordian allusions contained within Irish playwright Brian Friel's play, "Translations." Rosemary is also the winner of the 2019 "Who Wrote Shakespeare?" Video Contest, as well as one of the social media managers of the De Vere…
 
Welcome to the Write A Novel podcast. Thanks for taking the time to give it a listen. I hope you'll consider sticking around! For a transcript of this episode, please go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If you’d like to listen to future episodes, be sure to subscribe on the app of your choice, and be sure to give it a rating while you’re at…
 
As much as I love and need to plot, there are times when the best thing to do is throw away my hard-earned outline and start from scratch. Why would I do such a thing? You can find out in this episode of the Write A Novel podcast. For a transcript of this episode, please go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If you’d like to listen to future …
 
In this bonus episode, I finish listing out my newly developed scenes for Act I of my novel. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, such as my list and review of the best character name generators on the web, sign up for my newsletter at TheWritersEverythi…
 
Steven welcomes John Brooks to the series. Brooks is the host of the podcast, "Hard To Believe," and a Connecticut prep school religious studies teacher. Steven calls upon John's expertise in world religions to examine why Stratfordians cling so tightly to the Stratford narrative. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger me…
 
In the first episode of my rebranded podcast, I finish developing the scene list for Act I of my novel. This involves a few alterations to my original idea, but that just comes with the territory of being a writer. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, su…
 
All the way from the Turks and Caicos Islands, Steven talks with international listener, Clare Jaget (aka Quiller Clare), about how she became an Oxfordian, discovered our show, and what it was like to arrange a gathering of friends to hear a presentation on the Shakespeare Authorship Question. It was indeed a dinner party to remember. Support the …
 
In this episode, I create a scene list for Act III of my novel, but much more importantly, I discuss theme, what it is, how to identify it, and how it should affect your story. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, such as my list and review of the best c…
 
Steven welcomes back his most popular guest of 2020, researcher and author Katherine Chiljan, to discuss how the man from Stratford became a convenient cover for the works of Shakespeare. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented by the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship. Learn…
 
In this episode, I translate my outline into a scene list for the second half of Act II. For a refresher on what constitutes a scene, please look at episode 9 of the #2021NovelChallenge here on this podcast. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, such as m…
 
In this episode, I translate my outline into a scene list for the first half of Act II, all the way until the midpoint. For a refresher on what constitutes a scene, please look at episode 9 of the #2021NovelChallenge here on this podcast. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive up…
 
We all have those blah days where it feels like our creative well has dried up. What can we do to proactively rediscover our muse? In this episode, I talk about four steps each of us can take to recharge our creativity and get back to what we love most: writing. For a transcript of this episode, please go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If…
 
In this episode, I go over the process of translating my brief outline onto my scene list for Act I. For a refresher on what constitutes a scene, please look at episode 9 of the #2021NovelChallenge here on this podcast. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus conten…
 
Steven speaks with investigative journalist Michael Blanding about his new book exploring the research of Dennis McCarthy who points to Sir Thomas North as an undiscovered source of Shakespearean writings. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented by the Shakespeare Oxford…
 
In this episode, we talk about what a scene needs, what a scene wants, whatever makes it happy and sets you free. And then we prepare to start charting out the scenes for our novels next week. You can find the referenced article on scenes here: https://storygrid.com/the-scene/. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transc…
 
Steven welcomes Dr. Earl Showerman back to the program to discuss the many mysterious aspects of the providence of Troilus and Cressida and the many autobiographical aspects of the play which tie it so strongly to the life of Edward de Vere, thus helping to solve many of its mysteries. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messeng…
 
We've made it! After this assignment, we will have a rough outline of our entire novel, from start to finish. Follow along with this episode to wrap things up by creating the events of Act III. In next week's episode, we will start fleshing out our outlines, so be sure to subscribe so you can be notified when future episodes are released. For a tra…
 
Steven welcomes his wife, actress Annie Sabel, back to the program to discuss some of their favorite Shakespearean film adaptations, and some of the stinkers they can't bear to watch. From Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet, to Baz Lurman's Romeo & Juliet, Laurence Fishburne as Othello, to Josh Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing and more. Find out which films g…
 
Steven welcomes author Robert Boog to the program to discuss his work, "Shakey's Madness," which explores evidence in the works of Shakespeare and the life of Edward de Vere suggesting he may have suffered from a mental disorder. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented b…
 
Steven welcomes back Dr. Earl Showerman to discuss the line-up for the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship's April 10 online virtual symposium, featuring an international cast of scholars, presentations, and panel discussions. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented by the Sha…
 
Steven welcomes William Boyle, retired librarian and founder of the New England Shakespeare Oxford Library, to discuss his 40-year history with Oxfordianism and why the controversial Prince Tudor theory of Shakespeare authorship continues to intrigue many who are interested in the Shakespeare Authorship Question and its history dating back to the 1…
 
In this bonus episode, I cover my outline for the second half of Act Two. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, such as my list and review of the best character name generators on the web, sign up for my newsletter at TheWritersEverything.org/newsletter. …
 
It's time to get working on a basic outline for the second act! Follow along for instructions, and be sure to come back Monday to hear the rest of my plans for Act II. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, such as my list and review of the best character …
 
This week, we're going to flesh out, if ever-so-slightly, the first act. We'll find ourselves with a quick and easy outline for at the very least three scenes! For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcoming bonus content, such as my list and review of the best character name gen…
 
Steven welcomes back Dorothea Dickerman to discuss the major romantic relationships in Edward de Vere's life, how they are reflected in the Shakespeare canon, and how they shaped the early feminism found in the works. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented by the Shakes…
 
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