Episode 154: Writing A Series with Helen Scheuerer

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In this week’s episode, Holly speaks to YA fantasy author, Helen Scheuerer about her non-fiction book, How to Write A Successful Series.

Author headshot of Helen Scheuerer

Helen Scheuerer is the YA fantasy author of the bestselling trilogy, The Oremere Chronicles. The series has been highly praised for its strong, flawed female characters and its action-packed plots. It has often been likened to Sarah J Maas’ Throne of Glass series, and the epic #girlpower film, Wonderwoman.

Helen’s love of writing and books led her to pursue a Bachelor of Creative Writing, majoring at the University of Wollongong and a Masters of Publishing at the University of Sydney. Now a full-time author, Helen lives amidst the mountains in New Zealand and is constantly dreaming up new stories.

Find out more about Helen at https://helenscheuerer.com/

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