Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Red Ink Tank Podcast

I guess since my other two critique partners have shared the news, I won't be spoiling anything--I'm actually very good at spoiling things, usually on accident.

For at least five years now, I've had the pleasure of hoarding Anna Banks, NYT Best Selling Author, as my critique partner. About two years ago now, I had to start sharing her with Kaylyn Witt, a very talented writer who wanted to subject her manuscript to our red pens. Earlier this year, Anna brilliantly suggested that we start a podcast--offer writing tips, critiquing tips, and stories of our overall journeys with other writers.

Soon, very soon, we will start recording these podcasts and unleashing them on the world.

We are funny, irreverent and full of wisdom and sarcasm. We'll be broadcasting at least twice a month and we want to know what you want to hear about. Anna's blog had someone suggest we discuss how we found our critique partners--that is an excellent idea. Critique partners are vital to making your story the best it can be and give you outlets for the frustrations of trying to become a represented and/or published author. 

Be on the lookout for our website and the date of our debut podcast. Let me know if you have any writing, querying, critiquing questions you want us to answer.

But beware: pages WILL bleed. 


  1. Can't wait for this. This will be good for writers.

  2. Hi Heather, just found out about your blog on Twitter and looking forward to your podcasts! A fellow blogger @bhawkesrn