101: Listener Q & A

Listener Q & A

Your questions answered!

May 25, 2018


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It's a whole episode of your listener questions! Editor and Publisher Eileen Robinson is back answering your questions and giving it to you straight. We discuss:

How many and what kinds of errors are okay in a submitted manuscript?
Does punctuation really matter?
How long should an ending be?
What makes for an interesting/well-developed character?
What makes a character unlikable?
How do you create an unreliable narrator?
How does dialogue shape character?
In picture books, how do you shape a character in just 32 pages?

And, more!

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