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Not Too Busy To Write

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Penny Wincer is not too busy to write. Except of course, sometimes she is too busy to write as much as she would like. Join Penny as she has conversations with other writers about writing, publishing and creativity whilst juggling all the demands on them such as motherhood, caring and other paid work. Penny Wincer is the author of Tender (Hodder, June 2020), a mother of two, a non-fiction writing coach and an Australian and long-term resident of London. She’s currently writing her second narrative non-fiction book (publishing Spring 2024) and working on her first novel.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 57 ratings
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    Fun to listen to and full of helpful and inspiring information. I love the diversity of guests and ability to make me think a bit differently on a range of topics. Inspiring me to write more and Penny helps me realise that although I’m a parent carer, with all that entails, I’m really not too busy to write.

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    I have listened to every episode of Not Too Busy to Write and it is one of my all time favourite podcasts. Penny and Ali have a lovely relaxed interviewing technique putting their authors at ease. I’ve also done one of Penny’s online courses on writing and it was super helpful. I am now writing every single day.

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    I absolutely love Not Too Busy To Write podcast not only because it’s inspiring but also because each conversation leaves me with that warm and cosy feeling one gets after meeting with a long lost friend, even if you just met this friend for the first time. A friend that you are so happy to connect again. A friend that gives you a hug and tells you that you can do it too. Step by step, word by word… and you really start believing it. more

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