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Write With Courage!

In less time than your commute takes we bring you a dose of danger from today's exciting writers including Scott Adams, Peter Hitchens and Nick Cohen. “An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.” Oscar Wilde. Your host Thor, mines for stories of previous failures, useable writing tips, and discovers how they got published to begin with! We bring the sort of Libertarian conversation, which happens when you are willing to listen and debate with writers of all political or religious persuasions and none. Might you be a writer with courage?
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Jun 3, 2016

Thor Holt from www.thorholt.com/writer-podcast/ @writewthcourage talks to Cartoonist creator of Dilbert and Author of 15 books, Scott Adams: topics: life, writing, persuasion and Donald Trump 

"I focus on persuasion. Only one candidate is good at it. I can't change that."

Enjoy more of Scott's wisdom on Trump - connect with him on twitter @scottadamssays and tell him Thor Holt from Write With Courage sent you!

Write With Courage Podcast will only ever work commercially with organisations who fit with our values: encouragement and freedom. This is why we are sponsored by Audible. Go and get a free trial audio book, because; you can listen to it in the car, your eyes won't get sore reading and because we spend eight hours (480 minutes) or more in research, logistics to get guests on, admin, all to bring you the show for free :)

Go to http://www.audibletrial.com/WriteWithCourage  right now and take just one minute of your time to get set up with an audio book. Perhaps try 'God's Debris: A Thought Experiment' by Scott Adams. Publishers Summary: God's Debris can be a mind altering experience. Fair Warning: Because of the hypnotic writing style, readers tend to have strong reactions to the work.

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