As 2014 draws to a close we say goodbye to Season 9, and talk a bit about what we’ve each learned this year.
- Howard explained the surprising changes that came with a change in his work space
- Mary told us how she reached a new understanding of pacing
- Brandon talked about how recent time pressures have informed his writing process
- Dan learned why he is writing
Hopefully our discussions of how we’ve changed as writers this year will offer you some insight into how your own writing has developed, and how you might take steps to develop it in the future.
We also talk about how Season 10 is coming, and is going to be a bit different than seasons past.
Thing We Failed To Do: get a picture of the possum. It turns out that those things are sneaky, and none of us a very good photographers.
Can of Already Open Worms: Writing for fun. “Didn’t you guys just talk about that?” Yes, we did, in an episode that was recorded 3 months later, but which aired just last week.
What did you learn or accomplish this last year, and what are you hoping to learn in the coming year? Write this down, and then at the end of NEXT year, review what you wrote, and compare the reality of 2015 with your hopes for it here at the end of 2014.
Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat, by Bee Wilson, narrated by Alison Larkin