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July 24th, 2015
Episode 165 of 349 episodes
Scott and I are back from the ALIVE Book Tour, and catching up on all things recently neglected at the office. We'll have a tour wrap up for you soon! http://media.blubrry.com/scottsigler/media.libsyn.com/scottsigler/138_FridayFix__Should_YA_writers_censor_their_social_media_.mp3 Today's Friday Fix is an interview that Scott did with Delilah S. Dawson (author of HIT) and Chuck Wendig (author of the new Star Wars novel THE FORCE AWAKENS and THE HARVEST, Book III of the Heartlands Trilogy) during this year's Phoenix Comic Con. All three are adults who write Young Adult fiction, and have, ahem, lively social media feeds. It begs the question: if your target audience is young but using social media, do you have an obligation to curb your less PG-rated language? Don't see a "play" button above? Click here to download. The post FridayFix • Should YA Writers Censor Their Social Media? appeared first on scottsigler.com.