Storytelling Spotlight: James Wade

We often get bits and pieces of a writer’s writing process from interviews, podcasts, and the occasional YouTube video. But have you often wondered not just how a writer gets the job done, but what the job even is? What does it take to write a book? What steps does an author use to get from idea to finished book? In this eight video series, author James Wade takes us through his process for writing a book start to finish. James goes about things a little bit differently. He’s not an outliner, but his pantsing definitely has a structure! So join us as we delve into how James Wade gets it done.

Meet James

James Wade is an award-winning fiction author with twenty short stories published in various literary journals and magazines. His debut novel, All Things Left Wild, was released June 16, 2020 from Blackstone Publishing. 

James spent five years as a journalist, before serving as a legislative director at the Texas State Capitol during the 83rd Legislative Session. He also worked as a lobbyist on behalf of water conservation in Texas. 

James lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and daughter. He is an active member of the Writers’ League of Texas.

Represented by Mark Gottlieb with Trident Media Group

Awards and Honors:
A winner of the 2016 Writers’ League of Texas Manuscript Contest (Historical Fiction)
A finalist of the 2016 Writers’ League of Texas Manuscript Contest (Thriller)
A finalist of the 2016 Tethered By Letters Short Story Contest
Honorable mention in the 2015 Texas Observer Short Story Contest

Work by James can be found in the following Publications and Anthologies:
The Bitter Oleander | Skylark Review (Little Lantern Press) | Tall…ish (Pure Slush Books) | Intrinsick Magazine | Dime Show Review | Bartleby Snopes | Jersey Devil Press | Typehouse Magazine | After the Pause Journal | J.J. Outre Review | Potluck Magazine | Yellow Chair Review | Through the Gaps | Eunoia Review 



You Can Find Jame’s Book Here

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  • 9 Lessons