Tim asks: There are topics and ideas that I avoid, but now I want to really dig into them. How do I approach those topics?
Sarah asks: What do you do when you have too many new ideas to write the one you’re supposed to write?
Roland asks: Can a writer revisit an idea in multiple stories, and keep the stories fresh and interesting? Resources Mentioned: The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum The Road to Gandalfo …
Charla asks: Sometimes I have a great idea for a later scene that evaporates before I write to that point. How do I deal with that? Subscribe Here!
Dawn: How do I keep up with the ideas that come at me in the middle of the night, when I’m half asleep.
Dawn asks: All my ideas exit my brain when I sit down to write. What can I do? Subscribe Here!
Subscribe Here! Charles asks: “I want to save my ideas for when I’m a better writer. What do I do?” Resources Mentioned Goldilocks and the Three Bears On Faerie Stories, …
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: “If you go with the English approach, do you explore aspects before you write, or just let it all come out while you write?” Resources Mentioned: …
Subscribe Here! Robert asks: “How can I tell if a story idea is worth pursuing before I start writing it?” Resources Mentioned Questions 588: Testing Your Premise
Subscribe Here! Simon asks: “I’ve heard that established writers don’t want to hear your ideas. Is this true, and if so – why?” This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit