We’re off to a great start, with a dangling preposition right there in the title.
We end each podcast with the tagline “you’re out of excuses, now go write,” but many people still come up with plenty of excuses. How does the professional writer deal with these sorts of things? We talk about the absence of the muse, the wrong space, the absence of ideas, discouragement, lack of time, distractions, and pants.
Howard’s pants, of course.
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Hyperion, by Dan Simmons.
Writing Prompt: You need to change your shoes, or something awful is going to happen.
Full Circle: Pants at the beginning and the end. Oh, good. That means we wore them the whole time.
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