AR asks: “What legal or copyright issues do I need to consider if I publish my fiction as simple animations on youtube?”
Today we have a brief update on the state of your podcasters.
Listener Melisa has a writer goals update and feedback on life, loss, change, and creativity.
Elizabeth asks: “How do I write a story with multiple interweaving timelines and multiple protagonists – without losing or confusing my readers?”
Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
Jason asks: How is writing a book with an intended sequel different from writing a stand-alone novel?
The Xanth Series, 1-3 Omnibus by Piers Anthony
The Night Shift by Nora Roberts
The Century Trilogy by Ken Follett
Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, and The Last Crusade
Doc Savage and The Thousand-Headed Man
Raise the Titanic! by Clive Cussler
The Clarke Lantham Mysteries by J. Daniel Sawyer
Jeanne asks: How to authors do those sprawling, interconnected universes with characters moving between stories? And why?
Newford series by Charles deLint
The Past Through Tomorrow by Heinlein
Dragonflight, by Anne McCaffrey
Metamor City by Chris Lester
Never, Never Will Shetterley
Life on the Border, edited by Terri Windling
Stephen King connections infographic
The Complete HP Lovecraft
It: A Novel by Stephen King
24 Hours by Greg Iles
Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien
Heinlein’s World as Myth series
The Number of the Beast
The Cat Who Walks Through Walls
To Sail Beyond The Sunset
The Nitpicker’s Guide to Star Trek
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn
A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin
A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (the Dunk and Egg novellas) by George RR Martin