What to Watch: Writers on the Fly

For Writers on the Fly, you should check out Larry Baker, the author of The Education of Nancy Adams. In this chat, he talks about his newly found struggle to find a quiet place to write and how he thinks a writer should “get into the mind of all sorts of characters.”

Check it out here: http://writersonthefly.org/larry-baker/

And, if you’re interested, go check out his newest book is From a Distance.

 

For Writers on the Fly, you should check out Amber Dermont, the author of The Starboard Sea. Here she tells us about her current influence of stand-up comedy and the dangers of free time creating more wasted time.

Check it out here: http://writersonthefly.org/amber-dermont/

And, if you’re interested, go read her latest book is Sorry, You Are Not a Winner.

 

For Writers on the Fly, you should check out John Scalzi, the author of Lock In. He tells us plainly that a writer is someone who writes, along with this, he tells that people ask him the wrong question when they ask him how he gets his ideas. Instead, he thinks they should ask, “How do you filter the good ideas from the bad ideas?”

Check it out here: http://writersonthefly.org/john-scalzi/

And, if you’re interested, go see one of his newest books – Head On.

 

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