Book Wordy podcast 7 The Queen’s Favorite

Foils and mirrors can build depth to your characters. Using Beta readers and their feedback to improve your story but retain your vision.

Episode 6 of Book Wordy discusses one of the most loved stories in the collection: The Queen’s Favorite from The Wicked Wolves of Windsor and other fairytales. You can view the trailer for this short story below:

Topics: Foils and mirrors can build depth to your characters. Using Beta readers and their feedback to improve your story but retain your vision. Why is The Queen’s Favorite such a popular story?

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SHOWNOTES FOR EP 7

Wicked Wolves of Windsor and other Fairytales

Episode Rating: does include some language. 14+ recommended.

Some things mentioned in the podcast:

⦿ The name Malika translates to queen (Arabic and Swahili)

⦿ Italian Folktales by Italo Calvino where you can find the story The Magical Filly.

⦿ The Lymond Chronicles by Dorothy Dunnet

⦿ What is a foil in literature?

⦿ Foils in Shakespeare

⦿ A basic primer on Beta Readers

⦿ Places to find Beta Readers – great list here for authors to investigate.

⦿ Iron Chef – “the acclaim of the people forever” is the only prize the contestants in this food competition receive.

The Book Wordy podcast publishes weekly and is about 30 minutes in length, give or take 10 minutes. Find all the episodes on the Podcast page.

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