WriterDojo S3 Ep 14: Worldbuilding with Chuck Gannon

At FenCon 2022 we had the opportunity to sit down and have a conversation with some amazing guests. This week, hosts/authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia talked with Special Guest, Dr Charles E Gannon (Chuck) about Shared Worldbuilding and what it takes to make it in the writing business.

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This week’s episode is sponsored by M.C.A.Hogarth’s *Earthrise*

Reese Eddings has enough to do keeping her rattletrap merchant vessel, the TMS Earthrise, profitable enough to feed herself and her crew. So when a mysterious benefactor from her past shows up demanding she rescue a man from slavers, her first reaction is to run for the hills. Unfortunately, she did promise to repay the loan. But she didn’t think it would involve tangling with pirates over a space elf prince…

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One thought on “WriterDojo S3 Ep 14: Worldbuilding with Chuck Gannon”

  1. As a professional author, how does Mr Correia feel about things like national novel writing month?

    Are they a waste of time, good practice, an efficient way to give yourself burnout?

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