Two Ways You Can Deal With Bad Writing (And Make It Better)

Hey there, hero!

I think writers should be hailed as our heroes – it’s their work that gives us the raw materials for our performances.

I certainly hold the writers I’ve worked with as my heroes.

And yes, sometimes, just as with our work, their work could be better.

A comment on a recent video about audiobooks being a slog brought what to do about that to the front burner.

Hope this helps!



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  1. I really like the new look. The shirt, the background, the film quality all went up a notch. I also like that the video shows up before the text. Great job!

  2. I’ve just delivered my first audiobook. And yes, the writing was awful (and in some respects just *wrong*). I wrote the author, and told him what changes I made to the actual mistakes, and he was very appreciative. Wanted me to do some more of his titles. Even suggested I start a blog about effective writing, based on my suggestions. In the end, it wasn’t a great book, but I learned a great deal, and I’m very grateful for the experience. Onward and upward!