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Editor's note: This week, we're running a special series of interviews in honor of BlogWorld's Speaker Appreciation Week. We'll be featuring new interviews with past and present BlogWorld speakers. We’re kicking off our special series this week with our interview of Bill Torgerson. He’s not really your typical blogger at all. In fact, he’s actually a university professor who teaches writing. He shared some interesting insights in our chat. Here are the highlights:
  • How Bill got Selected as a BlogWorld Speaker - Despite Being Unknown 
  • Some Key Insights about Developing Your Writing Voice
  • Lessons from the World of Academia
  • The Importance of Writing for the Love of Writing
Bill Torgerson is a novelist, screenwriter, teacher, family man, and author of the 80s music and movies themed novel, Love on the Big Screen. You can follow him on twitter @Bill_Torgerson.

Click here now to check out his bio and info about his BlogWorld session - A Writer on the Craft of Writing: From Writing Territories to the Final Draft


Originally aired about 6 years ago.

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