Well, we’re back, and we’ve rescued our time travel episode. Unfortunately, almost all mentions of Lincoln have been redacted, and his gold is conspicuously absent. Instead, Brandon, Dan, and Howard all travel in time (sort of) to offer advice to our past selves.
What do we have to say to our earlier incarnations?
- Stop playing video games.
- What you’re doing is actually working. Keep doing it.
- Stop waiting on your collaborator.
- Don’t try to write to the market.
- Try outlining all the way to the end.
- Try new things.
- Stop worrying.
- You can make a living as an artist.
So… there’s the advice. Now listen to the ‘cast and get all of it in context.
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Wee Free Men, by Terry Pratchett
Special Plug: Superstars Writing Seminar — Brandon will be presenting this January with Dave Wolverton, Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, Eric Flint, and Sherrilyn Kenyon.
Writing Prompt: Go forward in time and get next week’s writing prompt.
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