Teen Writers Publish Podcast

The Teen Writers Publish! podcast teaches writing craft for writers of middle grade and young adult fiction. We encourage writers of all ages to pursue their publishing dreams and never stop learning their craft!
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Welcome to Teen Writers Publish! Where your writing career begins now. Whether you write for tweens, teens, and young adults, or are a tween, teen, or young adult who aspires to be an author, this is the podcast for you.

Oct 20, 2015

Ron and Gina continue with their preparation for NaNoWriMo with expanded summary and plot, two crucial steps to a solid story.

Oct 6, 2015

This week Ron and Gina kick off our NaNoWriMo prep month by discussing Fast Fiction with YA Author Denise Jaden.


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Sep 15, 2015

This week Ron interviewss Heather Sunseri, author of Mindspeak, a YA dystopian series. Check out Heather's website here:


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Sep 8, 2015

This week Ron interviews bestselling author Claire LaZebnik. Claire's recent YA titles include:

  • Epic Fail
  • The Last Best Kiss
  • The Trouble With Flirting

You can check out Claire's wesite at

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Sep 1, 2015

Ron and Gina interview Terry Whalin, who's been involved in the publishing industry for over 25 years. 

Aug 11, 2015

Ron interviews a Wattpad Watty Award winner and Wattpad Ambassador Katherine Ganzel. Katherine talks about what it takes to be successful on Wattpad and how an author can use Wattpad to sell books. She also discusses her Wattpad Watty Award winning book which has over 4 million views.

Katherine's Wattpad Page

Jul 28, 2015

This week, Gina and Ron discuss building your scenes. A scene is the basic building block of your novel. A scene can be broken up into two basic elements: Scene and Sequel.

You Scene is the action, it's what will move your plot forward.

A Sequel is your character's reaction to the scene. Simple enough?

We've attached a short worksheet on the website to help you with your scene structure. 

You can find it here:

As always, thanks for listening!