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… earlier on in your career, you ask somebody for technical advice, or a question about a character, or anything like that, just because someone gives you the information, doesn’t mean you now have to need to change what you’re doing to follow it. You go with your gut.”
“Oh, you’re a writer? I’ve got this great idea for what you should write next.”
Advice, it’s everywhere for authors. We get it from friends, family, readers, agents, podcasts, youtube, books, Facebook, and even conferences. How should we deal with the flood of advice that’s available to us? We consider this as well as the different ways we all learn in this week’s show.
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