Are you afraid to explore the themes hidden in your fiction? Do you question your place as a writer? Welcome to the everyday life of the Abysmal Brutes. In this episode, we examine where we are at this moment as writers, do a little autopsy on our writing pattern and style then commiserate about the results. Bill is not of fan of holding a mirror up to his stories. Rob wonders if he should write in different genres or focus on a singular voice that carries over to all genres. If you have questions about your own writing identity, maybe laughing at the lad’s foibles will make you appreciate your own writing process. Come join us.
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