Microcasting again! The questions we fielded from the Twitterverse include:
- How do you hold the whole story in your head when it’s a thousand pages long?
- What steps do you use when creating a character?
- As an outliner, when do you start putting in the details?
- How do you patch plot holes?
- How do you come up with names?
- Is there one writing skill you’d like to get better at?
- Writing groups: what do you look for?
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Hard Magic, by Larry Correia, narrated by Bronson Pinchot
As Promised, Here is a Link: The Everchanging Book of Names
Writing Prompt: Someone has to save the world from an intercontinental ballistic hairball, but their keyboard layout has been changed.
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