Recorded live at Dragons & Fairy Tales in Eagle Mountain, Utah, this episode features the work of several brave souls who submitted their first paragraphs to us for critique.
We are not American Idol — we’re not out to rip these to shreds. We offer constructive criticism, highlight the good we find, and point out where improvements could be employed.
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: The Desert Spear by Peter V. Brett, which Howard loves because of the risks the author took.
Writing Prompt: You’re writing in your journal for the first time in ten years, and the last ten years included the invasion of Earth.
That Thunder You Can Barely Hear: It was really, really loud. And funny.
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