Microcasting! It’s our high-speed Q&A! Here are the Q’s, listen to the ‘cast for the A’s.
- Is it still safe to go the commercial publishing route?
- How do you find the balance when writing serious stories with silliness in them?
- What are the alternatives to three-act structure?
- Do you ever lose your drive, and what re-inspires you when you do?
- How does your writing life affect your non-writing life?
- What was the defining moment in your life where you decided to become a writer?
- How effective are book trailers?
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: 1421: The Year China Discovered America, by Gavin Menzies, narrated by Simon Vance
Writing Prompt: Give us a story in which writers are using actual fantastic creatures in the process of writing fantasy — ink from unicorn horns, elf-skin parchment, etc.
Promised Liner Note Links: Dan’s 7-point Story Structure,
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