Stephen King said “Write with the door closed, rewrite with the door open.”

But he did an awful lot of coke and while blow and closed doors may have been fantastic for his productivity, writing with an audience has been good for mine.

For the last couple of weeks I’ve been live streaming my daily writing sessions on Twitch. It’s been surprisingly good for my daily word counts and I’ve had a great time chatting with everyone. I’ve also been drawing Danger Bear’s Odyssey which is really just Homer’s Odyssey but with bears. So it’s better. Because, Homer didn’t have bears.

I’d love it if you follow me on Twitch and join me while I work on Book 5 of the Duck & Cover Adventures. I’m dropping a few hints here and there about the story and I’m happy to chat about whatever.

I’ll be writing from 10-noon every weekday and be drawing later in the day.

All times are Central Time.

You can follow me here.

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