You are going to love this episode. Seriously.
Brandon throws an idea at Dan and Howard, and then we spend 15 minutes expanding on that idea as if we were going to base a story around it.
You people who keep asking where we get our ideas? You’re asking the wrong question. Ideas are easy to come by — everybody has them. The right question is “how do you turn an idea into a story?”
This podcast skips to the important part of answering the question: demonstration. Enjoy!
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Your writing prompt: Bugs are now magical. Ohcrap.
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