#18: Writing to a set structure, Kindle Cloud Reader and Bruce the mechanical shark

This week I'm joined by Robert Mills, studio manager and copywriter at Bluegg, a design agency in Newport, South Wales. We talk about writing to a set structure, which is handy because Rob has just written Designing the Invisible, a book published by Five Simple Steps. The book is broken down into five sections, each containing five chapters. I also wrote to a set structure when I began my novel. I decided (stupidly, on reflection) that each chapter would begin with a letter of the alphabet, which meant that there would be, obviously, 26 chapters. Needless to say, I ended up in a bit of a tangle. In 'My favourite thing' I talk about the Kindle Cloud Reader, which was announced this week, while Rob goes for The Atlantic. There is talk of a shark.

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