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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 …
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Subscribe Here! In this sixth installment in our miniseries on teaching students how to write, Rob asks: “How do I get my students to expand their reading tastes so they can write in multiple genres?” This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit Books Discussed: Tales from the Twilight Zone by Rod Serling …
Subscribe Here! Rob asks: “How do I get back into reading fiction?”