You’re going to love this one. This fast-paced episode of Writing Excuses goes out to everybody who thinks Writing Excuses isn’t already fast-paced enough.
We’ve done Q&A episodes before, but this one is special. This time we applied our “shot clock” to each question we fielded, and set out to knock each one down within three minutes.
What’s the right way to kill a character?
Who are the authors who have influenced you the most, and why?
When do you quit your day-job?
Brandon, would killing you and partaking of your flesh grant the killer your powers?
What do you do when you discover you hate a character you’re writing?
How do you respond to accusations of having written Mary Sue characters?
What are some basic tools for ensuring that all characters in a story have different voices?
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Dragonflight, by Anne McCaffrey
Writing Prompt: Two critics who reviewed Dan Wells’ book and who had completely opposite reactions actually read two different books…
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