What is Writers' Rough Drafts?
On the Writers’ Rough Draft podcast, Elisa Doucette dives behind the scenes of the glamorous world of successful writers and entrepreneurs and climbs into the minds of folks who started out just like you. Equal parts witty writing information and unabashed content curiosity (along with a healthy dose of laughter), Elisa’s conversations with these pros give insight on some of the trials and techniques that others have used to become the writers they are today. Listen in for tips and ideas that can help you build your own writing and content reputation and establish yourself as a leader in your field.
- Season 5
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- Season 2
- Season 1
Want to get a taste of what the podcast has to offer, before diving into the full archives above? Here are some of our top and favorite episodes - based on things like shares, downloads, comments, and our own expert opinions on what some of the best conversations were. Give them a listen!
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John Lee Dumas & Kate Erickson // Entrepreneur On Fire
"We’ve been waiting for a podcast just like this one that interviews great writers and shares their expert advice, tips and tricks - not to mention the incredible wealth of knowledge the host has to share from her own experience as a writer. Elisa is a seasoned author and it shows here as she brings KILLER content to the world of Podcasting. IGNITE!"
Taylor Pearson // TaylorPearson.me
"I'm 2 episodes in and this is already one of my favorite podcasts. As someone who only in the last year started to get serious about writing and truly building a life around writing, I love this show. I read Daily Rituals by Mason Currey recently which tells the daily habits of writer's stories and this is like that BUT a) on awesomeness steroids b) for modern writers. The episodes give me inspiration for where to take my writing, how to turn it into a real business, and small habits I can start implementing tomorrow. The guests give their full story about what it really takes to go pro as writers."