Ink and Impact Podcast
Hosted by Dalene Bickel
The mission of the Ink and Impact podcast is to educate, encourage, and embolden God’s writers.
Friend, our weary and wandering world is in need of writers of all ages, races, and nationalities to create quality nonfiction and fiction books that offer Biblical light, hope, and truth.
Even more than that, God is calling His writers to step out in faith and share their God-inspired stories.
If you’re a writer who
* desires to create books that counteract the worldly titles featured prominently on bookstore shelves today,
* takes their craft seriously, and
* understands that God should be glorified in all they do,
then this podcast is for you.
Ink and Impact addresses not only tips and best practices to help you improve your craft and magnify your message, but also guide you through the ENTIRE writing journey.
From overcoming fears and building your faith, to discovering fellow writers and keeping a pulse on the overall publishing industry – the goal is to help you keep God at the center of it all.
Weekly rotating content includes:
* Occasional interviews with Christian authors and industry professionals who will share their insights and experiences to help you navigate your own writing path,
* Book recommendations,
* Listener feedback opportunities (polls, surveys, & call-ins),
* Announcements about author events,
* Occasional giveaways,
* And more!
Be sure to subscribe to Ink and Impact to automatically be notified when a new episode drops, as well as to access show notes, direct links, and additional resources.
Remember: Don’t just write a book. Make an impact.
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Blog versions of each episode (with full links)
LISTENWATCHREADWelcome back to another episode of the Ink and Impact podcast. I am excited to have Sarah Moffitt with us today, and she is going to be sharing about starting a podcast to promote our author brands and sell more books. Sarah, thank you for joining us....
LISTENREADWhat Is Your Motivation and Identity as a Writer? Today we're going to dive a little bit deeper into the personal side of things and talk about your motivation and identity as a writer. This morning during my Bible reading time (I am currently using the...
LISTENWATCHREADIn today’s episode, I’m joined by my guest, Lori Ann Wood – author of the new book Divine Detour: The Path You’d Never Choose Can Lead to the Faith You’ve Always Wanted. We speak about the power of story and how to take thoughts from personal journaling...
LISTENWATCHREAD*Note that this blog post includes some affiliate links. Did you know that May is Personal History Awareness Month? I became aware of the fact many years ago when I first started my business as a commissioned biographer, and I founded the company...
LISTENWATCHREADNote that the following interview is based on one person's personal experience. Not every publisher (hybrid or traditional) will share all of the same levels of service that she shares in the following discussion. Always conduct your own research, ask...
LISTENWATCHREADApril is Christian Book Month. I wasn't aware of that, actually, until just the other day. Korrie Johnson, the founder who is a children's book reviewer who started this website, GoodBookMom.com, and also she decided that April would be a fantastic...
LISTENWATCHREADToday we are going to be talking about backlist titles. So if you have written a book longer than six months to a year ago, or you've written multiple books, it might be pushed to the back of your mind and you might be tempted to not market that book as...
LISTENWATCHREADDalene [D]: Can I just tell you how excited I am to have Jen Hand here as the guest on today's episode? I’m so thrilled to have you, Jenn. I've gotten to know you a little bit from the Inkwell writing sessions that I've been hosting, but I wanted to...
LISTENREADWelcome back to another episode of the Ink and Impact Podcast. Today I'm going to be discussing something that everyone else seems to be talking about these days, and I really debated about whether I should make an episode to join in the crowd, but I really...