S2Ep3: Writer Groups and Beta Readers

IPs (Intellectual Properties) can be tricky to write for. When does FanFic become canon? What are the Dos and Don’ts? Having been on both sides of the equation, Hosts/Authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia return to discuss the pros & cons of writing in someone else’s property as well as having someone write in yours.

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