1. Hey, your submit questions page isn’t working for me, so here are some questions for later episodes:

    Lots of people have opinions about how to write a bestseller. What are some of the more interesting and counter intuitive ways to write a book that never sells at all?

    What writing advice would have totally tanked you as a writer if you hadn’t ignored it?

    Lots of young people want to be writers, but don’t have enough life experience to write anything interesting. What ways do you recommend to gain that sort of life experience?

    Should writers read widely in their own genre, or avoid their own genre and read widely in everything else? Or is it better not to read at all?

    What will our writing careers and lifestyles look like when AI can write a novel at least 80% as good as a human writer?

    Joe Vasicek

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