WriteNowDave

Absorbing new material

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Now I know you are all biased towards Audible.com which is understandable, which I am a customer, no thanks to your show, but here is my question. When you mention that new/existing authors should absorb as much material as possible, in order to grow our skills, do you think that one method of absorption is better than another? For example I have been listening to what I deem more entertaining books off of audible but buy digital/print copies of books I want to use more as a reference/guide. Do you think that one way is truly better for assimilation or is that just my biased preferences?

 

 

 

 

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Hey Dave, I'm fairly sure that the only person who does Writing Excuses that might conceivable hear about this is Brandon, assuming his assistant notices it and passes it on, given that he doesn't read the forums himself. I suggest using the comments section, or submitting this for a Microcasting episode. Sorry.

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Hey Dave, I'm fairly sure that the only person who does Writing Excuses that might conceivable hear about this is Brandon, assuming his assistant notices it and passes it on, given that he doesn't read the forums himself. I suggest using the comments section, or submitting this for a Microcasting episode. Sorry.

Hello and thanks.

 

Now I just went to the front page and did a search for "Comments" (Control +F)but came up with nothing. Where is it?

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Hello and thanks.

 

Now I just went to the front page and did a search for "Comments" (Control +F)but came up with nothing. Where is it?

You can leave a comment under any episode, look for 'view comments' on the bottom right of each episode description. Underneath share/tweet etc.

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