Indiana Jim: Can you recommend a reading list or reading order for getting to know Robert A. Heinlein? Resources Mentioned The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A Heinlein Time Enough for Love by Robert A Heinlein I Will Fear No Evil by Robert A Heinlein Friday by Robert A Heinlein …
Ian asks: How can I reread my favorites over and over without losing my love for it? Subscribe Here!
Subscribe Here! Ed asks: “As I’ve learned more about storytelling, it’s gotten easier to spot writer tricks & techniques – especially when done poorly! – and harder to enjoy reading for pleasure. Any advice?” Resources Mentioned: Ep. 555 – The Writer’s Reading Experience Spammity Spam
Subscribe Here! Michael asks: “How do you study a work that’s epic in scope?” Resources Mentioned: Natchez Burning, The Bone Tree, and Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles Fall of Giants, Book 1 of The Century Trilogy by Ken Follett Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues The Gap …
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: “What are your thoughts on skimming through parts of a book?”
Subscribe Here! Caine asks: “So… how much of a Gregg Taylor fan are you, really?” This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit Resources Mentioned: Dogonomics Black Jack Justice by Gregg Taylor
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: I’m starting to get bored with predictable second novels in series. Is this normal for writers?
Subscribe Here! Ian asks, “Any thoughts on non-linear and non-Western fiction as palette cleansers?” Resources Mentioned: Salman Rushdie Toni Morrison James Joyce Quentin Tarantino The Usual Suspects Amy Tan