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Why Your Story Will Always Be Interesting to Someone

Today’s episode is about how to work out what to write about when you feel like you have nothing left to say. It’s a short and sweet podcast episode, designed to be quick and easy for you to listen to even if you’re incredibly busy or having a lazy holiday.

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In This Episode

You can listen to today’s episode above or in iTunes or Stitcher (where we’d also LOVE to get your reviews on those platforms if you have a moment). In today’s episode:

  • Why your story will always be unique
  • Why it doesn’t matter that there are other writers out there who are smarter, funnier or more clever than you
  • Why your experience will always be interesting to someone

Further Reading and Resources for Why Your Story Will Always Be Interesting to Someone

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  • Jeanne Harrell

    Good podcast. I’m not always sure where my story ideas come from, but I drop bits and pieces of myself in every single one. If I don’t notice it, my editor does. It’s interesting how that works but you’re right on the nose.

  • Allison Monroe

    It’s so funny that this was your topic because I JUST wrote a very similar blog post. I took a little different approach, dealing with the fact that many writers simply feel they can’t write because they don’t have “permission” or because what they have to say has already been said. I called BS for the very same reasons you mentioned. Check it out!