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The Dog Days of Podcasting 2017: Raising the Stakes

Special thanks to Corbin J Drake for the photo.

You want to know the best way to really make a book dull? Let people know that “everything is going to be okay” because the author may be worried that audiences can’t handle the tension. No kidding. Authors do this. And today on the Dog Days of Podcasting, Tee cites his current read and his determination in getting through it to the end, despite the author’s insistence that  “It’ll be okay…” again and again. Tee suggests to torture your audience a bit. Raise the stakes. Make that book of yours a page-turner.

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The Dog Days of Podcasting 2017: Avoid the Almanac Characters

Special thanks to Corbin J Drake for the photo.

Thanks for the run in Destiny last night, P.C. Haring and Indiana Jim! That was good fun!

False start this morning, but the Dog Days of Podcasting rolls on with Tee breaking down the “Big Three” of the Justice League, and how characters should not be super-human and all-knowing. That way lies lazy storytelling and zero tension.

Find Tee on Twitter here,
leave a voicemail or questions for the Dog Days of Podcasting at 703.791.1701,
or leave us a comment here at the blog.
I’ll talk about it!

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