DRS Episode 345 – Corporate Whores and Amazon Bitches

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Paul, Terry, Justin, and Scott discuss indie versus hybrid vs traditional publishing and we also discuss marketing with bookbub, and writing for the money. We are also terrorized by Justin’s nipples.

Bookbub pricing:

https://www.bookbub.com/partners/pricing

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DRS Episode 344 – Action AND Words

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Terry, Justin, Paul, and Scott discuss how to make action beats, thriller beats, and horror beats. In other words, we pretend we know what we’re talking about.

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DRS Episode 343 – Antags and Protags

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Terry, Paul, and Scott discuss making protagonist and antagonists fully realized characters. And Terry seeks counseling for his goodie-goodie characters.
Also, is 343 a prime number?

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DRS Episode 342 – Dreams in Fiction

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Justin, Terry, and Paul discuss using dream sequences in fiction.

Due to new audio capture software, there might be a couple of audio artifacts in the audio. My apologies

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Episode 341 – Brainstorming LWF

Terry and Scott discuss brainstorm Terry’s upcoming adventure in the world of Libertarian Wank Fiction (LWF). And yes, that is a genre WE ROBOTS ARE PIONEERING!

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Episode 340 – Reflecting On The Past And Looking Forward

Terry, Justin, and Scott gather to reflect on their writing during the past year and part the mists of the future to plan to do better.

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DRS Episode 339 – Michell Plested and YA Fiction

Paul and Terry interview Michell Plested and discuss YA Fiction, Collaborative Writing, and other disturbing topics.

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DRS Episode 338 – Building Worlds

Justin, Paul, and Terry discuss “world builder’s disease” and the smaller worlds writers should focus on.

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DRS Episode 337 – Overthinking The Thinking

Justin, Paul, Scott, and Terry discuss the problems over thinking plots, characters, and etc while you’re writing.

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DRS Episode 336 – Corncobs, Donkeys, and Ed Lorn

Justin, Paul, and Terry have a conversation with horror author Ed Lorn. No donkeys were hurt in the creation of this episode.

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