At Tumblr, Pallav asks: “Every reader wants to read something different from a fiction author. How do you reach that place which intersects what you want to write and what the readers want to read?” My very short, very incomplete answer: “You don’t.” My slightly longer and still woefully incomplete answer: “You don’t, at least, […]
Once again, time for another session of The Little Miss Wendig Writing-and-Storytelling Advice Column. Want to ask a question? Go to terribleminds.tumblr.com/ask and deposit it there under a name or as an anonymous human of the Internet. If I pick your question (and you’re not anonymous), I’ll toss you a free writing-related e-book of your choice.
Time then for another installment of, Ask A Wendigo. Or WWCWD. Or Interrogate The Penmonkey. Or Hide The Salami. Wait, that last one might be different? Whatever. Want to ask me a question about writing or storytelling? Then here’s the link. Once again, two related questions came in around the same time: The Mechanical Doctor […]
Looking for the requisite Tuesday “list of 25?” HA HA HA IT’S NOT HERE. You just got served! Ahem. The lists-of-25 are going on an “every other week” basis as I wind them down to completion — that’s not to say I won’t do them from time to time but I’m looking to get another 10 or so for a book and then I’ll pull the ripcord, at least until I have something more to say on the subject.