SSP082 Writing While Old(er) with Ninie

We’ve heard dozens of different stories (lies, usually) that authors tell themselves as reasons they can’t start their writing journey. One of the most common is “I’m too old now.” We’ve heard it from friends, family, and even our own audience. So, in the interest of putting that lie to rest, we’ve invited one of Sterling and Stone’s own “old” authors on the show so she can give her advice to those of you who are still disqualifying yourself based on age.

We Talk About:

How Dave’s car tried to kill him.

Johnny’s something cool… which is Dave’s story.

Sean is happy about the return of I’m Sorry on Netflix (

Ninie’s book, Typin’ Bout My Generation (

Ninie’s origin story.

The generational gap.

The secret of eternal youth.

The real power of Ninie’s book.

Ninie’s Kitchen Table.

Passing down your stories to future generations.

In 15-Minute Dictation, Platt and Silver show you how to adjust your approach to dictation to leave behind frustrating starts and stops and finally be able to produce more books in less time:

This is a book about how Dave understands darkness, its place in story, and how I make dark fiction that people enjoy reading. And, at its heart, this book isn’t just about the dark, but also the light. And in our darkest times, it’s more important than ever that we hold onto the light. But first, we must be willing to explore the darkness:

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