Robert asks: “How would an intelligence without a body differ from a human character, and how would a lack of a body affect a character’s perspective?”
Caine asks: “What can a content creator expect from the content producer/owner in a work-for-hire arrangement?”
Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene
The Hardy Boys by Franklin W. Dixon
Tom Swift by Victor Appleton II
Manhunt by James Patterson with James O. Born
Tom Clancy Power and Empire by Marc Cameron
The Patriot Attack by Robert Ludlum (sort of)
Robert asks: Should descriptions of weather be overt or subtle? Is bad weather in a dystopia a cliche? If the weather is the antagonist, how do I keep the characters from thinking only of survival?
Dune by Frank Herbert
1491 by Charles C. Mann
1493 by Charles C. Mann
Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps that Explain Everything About the World by Tim Marshall
American Nations by Colin Woodard
The Accidental Superpower by Peter Zeihan
The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate by Robert D. Kaplan
Tammy asks: My attempts at writing first person are very stream-of-consciousness, and I end up taking out a lot. Is there a better way than writing 150,000 words to get 90,000?
Simon asks: I’m starting to get bored with predictable second novels in series. Is this normal for writers?
Ed asks: In a recent episode, you alluded to cultural and economic trends that could contract the ebook marketplace. To what were you referring?
The Accidental Superpower and The Absent Superpower by Peter Zeihan
2017 MN AgriGrowth Annual Meeting – keynote presentation by Peter Zeihan
Panel Discussion: The Future of American Power and Influence(council on Foreign Relations)
World Poverty Falls
Good news from around the world
The Past 70 Years, and The Next Century (lecture by George Friedman)