Best nanowrimo podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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NaNoWriPod - Nanowrimo / writing / creativity / process - Black Rectangle
 
National Novel Writing Month is an annual event where amateur authors scramble to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. This podcast centers around that event but will also publish throughout the year to talk about the creative process, writing and publishing.
 
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NaNoWriMo Every Month!
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How To Become An Every-Day Novelist
 
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Curiously Creative NaNoWriMo
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A podcast for the curiously creative who are bonkers enough to write a novel in one month. You'll hear from Fiona Barrows and Amber Monaco, two creatives who approach writing and creativity from completely different perspectives. They will give you an intimate look into their process, their struggles, and the hard work it takes to do something this big. Are you in?
 
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The Prisoner of NaNoWriMo
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Piers Langland is a mild mannered paint salesman with one burning passion. He aspires to be a famous author. Each November he looks forward to entering The National Novel Writer Month competition. To be a winner in NaNoWriMo he must write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, a tall order for any writer. Turns out, it is an especially tall order for our hero. Join Piers as he struggles to choose a topic for his novel before he can begin his epic task. Vampires or space opera, romance or pulp ficti ...
 
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Endlessly Writing: A Writer's Journey through NaNoWriMo
 
Writer Ian Philpot shares his writing process as he prepares for National Novel Writing Month. Ian covers everything from Kurt Vonnegut's "Simple Shapes of Stories" to "The Hero's Journey" to "The Seven Basic Plots" and more.
 
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Yellow Sheet (LibriVox NaNoWriMo novel 2007), The by LIBRIVOX VOLUNTEERS
 
An atomic bomb explodes in the mountains of Montana. But was there really a bomb? And was it really in Montana, or in Tokyo? Are Liz and Elizabeth the same woman, is she married with children, is her husband a spy? These and many other questions are constantly asked, and answered, in this round-robin small book written and recorded by LibriVox volunteers during the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) November 2007. (Summary by Gesine)
 
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Write Now! The Prisoner of NaNoWriMo
 
Piers Langland is a mild mannered paint salesman with one burning passion. He aspires to be a famous author. Each November he looks forward to entering The National Novel Writer Month competition. To be a winner in NaNoWriMo he must write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, a tall order for any writer. Turns out, it is an especially tall order for our hero. Join Piers as he struggles to choose a topic for his novel before he can begin his epic task. Vampires or space opera, romance or pulp ficti ...
 
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Mystery (LibriVox NaNoWriMo novel 2006), The by LIBRIVOX VOLUNTEERS
 
The idea was to write a whole novel in the month of November, based on the guidelines of the National Novel Writing Month. The twist is that there are up to 30 people writing together, instead of one toiling alone. Each writer signed up to do one section of 1,700+ words, in English. Plot and particulars were agreed before the start. Each writer also recorded his/her own chapter, which can be downloaded here. The resulting novel is in the public domain. (Summary by Gesine)
 
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StoryWonk NaNo
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Join Lani and Alastair every day in November as they share inspiration, advice and conversation to help you make the most of your NaNoWriMo adventure!
 
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Nanobites
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Short, daily podcast of encouragement and advice on winning NaNoWriMo.
 
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Books & Videogames - Keep Calm and Read On's Podcast
 
Keep Calm and Read On presents the Books and Videogames Podcast. Danielle plays various videogames and talks about books. Simple concept. This podcast features the audio from these episodes. Watch here play videogames on Youtube via this link, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQvH_raKSFnPz6kmbroGPOg?disable_polymer=true, or visit her at www.keepcalmreadonblog.com
 
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M.G. Leonard - On Writing
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A series of encouraging short podcasts about writing and overcoming hurdles, for first time novelists, from English author M. G. Leonard.
 
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Podcast – Nano Spirit Path
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An experiment in inspiration
 
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FromtheWritersDesk
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From the Writers Desk is a twice weekly podcast about writing reference, character development and all things creative. Each podcast given out has a theme and prompt for viewers to challenge themselves, we go over topics from genres to NaNoWriMo tips.
 
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Ramblings of an Undiscliplined Mind Podcast
 
The Ramblings of an Undisciplined Mind podcast is where author Keith Hughes talks about writing, NaNoWriMo, what annoys him on the interwebz, or any other topic that strikes his fancy. Recorded quasi-daily (6 days a week) on his commute, RoaUMP is spontaneous and totally unscripted.
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
During November, the NaNoWriMo special as I write my novel. For those of us who love reading and writing. In every episode, I pick a collection of words I've come across and discovered while reading three different books. After telling you a little bit about those books, I also share advice about writing - and maybe get to recommend another book!
 
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Whole Family: a Novel by Twelve Authors, The by VARIOUS
 
A 1908 NaNoWriMo forerunner, told in twelve chapters, each with a different author. The basic plot was to show how an engagement or marriage would affect and be affected by an entire family. The project became somewhat curious for the way the authors' contentious interrelationships mirrored the sometimes dysfunctional family they described in their chapters. The collaboration may have been an uncomfortable one, but a final product did emerge with some clever and entertaining contributions fr ...
 
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FromtheWritersDesk
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From the Writers Desk is a twice weekly podcast about writing reference, character development and all things creative. Each podcast given out has a theme and prompt for viewers to challenge themselves, we go over topics from genres to NaNoWriMo tips.
 
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Writing Drafts
Daily
 
Writing Drafts is a podcast about getting the story down on paper at the speed of NaNoWriMo. Follow along with our experiment as we feature interviews with writers, publishing professionals, and inspiring people from the community-at-large sharing insights and ideas to help along the writing process.
 
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Heena Rathore
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Fiction Writing with Author Heena is a Fiction Writing Podcast series where Crime & Thriller author Heena Rathore P. shares the basics of Fiction Writing or Creative Writing. These podcasts are a short and to-the-point collection of all the knowledge she has acquired in getting her novels successfully published. She mentors new writers and helps them by giving constructive feedback. She also answers queries related to writing, publishing and social media.Heena Rathore Pardeshi is a novelist, ...
 
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Heena Rathore
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Fiction Writing with Author Heena is a Fiction Writing Podcast series where Crime & Thriller author Heena Rathore P. shares the basics of Fiction Writing or Creative Writing. These podcasts are a short and to-the-point collection of all the knowledge she has acquired in getting her novels successfully published. She mentors new writers and helps them by giving constructive feedback. She also answers queries related to writing, publishing and social media.Heena Rathore Pardeshi is a novelist, ...
 
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A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
My Dream Podcast is coming in December. Jozi will lead Brandon through 12 months of a NaNo-like existence. One project each month. 365 days of commitment! Stay tuned on Twitter for more info! #mdpod #nanowrimo2017 #nanowrimo #girlyouknowitsmoo November 21, 2017 THANKS! ***************** FEEDBACK Nano Posts by US!!! National Novel Writing Month ...…
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
I shouldn't have gone back to my first half, but I did and saw that the timeline is a mess. What I've discovered about my protagonist's father and one of her rituals. Why I need to develop "Steve" and what I discovered about him. Is my character becoming a bit monotonous?!
 
My reactions to spending the day at a local Developer’s Conference, as well as today’s NaNoWriMo update.
 
Synopsis: Author Theodora Goss discusses her Victorian/Gothic mashup, The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter, as well as why we keep revisiting the same monster stories, their hidden feminism, and the trials and tribulations of writing historical fiction. As a bonus for NaNoWriMo, Theodora’s “Five Lessons Learned” mini-episode, normally a ...…
 
Rod feels moved to talk about Ward's hair NaNoWriMo - Ward is back on track Buzzwords - Eric's rant on Christian buzzwords and phrases Buzz words come from trying to simply and thus inherently losing meaning Nerf guns Adam Savage's Nerf gun buildBy FridaysOnTheFly@gmail.com (Ward, Eric, and Rod).
 
Another update on NaNoWriMo, along with a plug for a fantastic movie I just saw: “Genesis Part 1: Paradise Lost” produced by Eric Hovind and Ralph Strean of Creation Today.
 
Jozi is recording under the bed after moving a couch and she says “Pivot!” a lot, which confuses Brandon. Brandon makes a list of some movie posters. Are roller blades cool? We talk about it for like five minutes! As if! Jozi orders you to read The Princess Bride. Brandon has to talk fast because his face feels funny from laughing. We ask the q ...…
 
Another NaNoWriMo update…still behind my word count, but there may be a light at the end of the tunnel. And then some other inane chatter about taking on a side job.
 
How’s your NaNoWriMo coming? This week, Larry and BQ pause at the annual novel-writing sprint’s halfway point to reflect on their experiences keeping up a 1,700-words-per-day pace, and to discuss the ins and outs of speed-dating your latest writing project. Then, having analyzed the heck out of their respective triumphs and challenges, they div ...…
 
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Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast
 
This is it Zongers! This week a guest who's been on Bizzong but you never heard him (unless you were one of the lucky ones to be there live). Author Justin Walker joins Bizzong for real this time to discuss the work he's been doing in Bizarro and beyond. Justin has had a surprising, long history in self publishing and he's one of the truly mad ...…
 
Weekend update on my NaNoWriMo progress, and some other useless jibber-jabber.
 
Obviously hyped-up and delirious from too much Halloween candy, November is the month many authors dive into NaNoWriMo. Are these Continue reading The post NaNoWriMo: Madness or Mastermind? Ep 21, The Writers’ Podcast appeared first on Writers After Dark.
 
Kindness Day NaNoWriMo Dune How much money in pounds did Chris Farley weigh when he died? Reading audiobooks
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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Ladies of Nerditude
 
To celebrate NaNoWriMo, we discuss our favorite female writers including poets, authors, and screenwriters. Some of our favorites include funny women extraordinaire Mindy Kaling and Tina Fey as well as the dystopian masters Margaret Atwood and Suzanne Collins. And who can forget the queen: JK Rowling?! We owe so much to these brave ladies, who ...…
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
Happy NaNoWriMo everyone, and happy Sunday! This week, Ariel guest starred on Femme Trash's virtual write-in for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). The write-in consists of five writing sprints, broken up with a 5-minute, 7-minute, 10-minute, 7-minute and a final 5-minute. During that time you can use our prompts or not, no pressure! Jus ...…
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
The obsession with word count and how it's helping me to keep going. The point of NaNoWriMo is not to generate quality, but quantity. And in typing away, you get to break through your conscious choices and explore what else is in your subconscious. I'm certainly discovering a lot about my characters and I share this with you. I share what I've ...…
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
Happy NaNoWriMo everyone, and happy Sunday! It's Femme Trash's second virtual write-in. Please also welcome our special guest, Ariel, from Within Walking Distance! This week, our write-in consists of five writing sprints, broken up with a 5-minute, 7-minute, 10-minute, 7-minute and a final 5-minute. During that time you can use our prompts or n ...…
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
I'd forgotten to write the ordinary world scene and when I did, I discovered my protagonist was hooked on sleeping pills. I recommend Scrivener.
 
Today’s update on my NaNoWriMo progress (or lack thereof) followed by a general confirmation that work is more pleasant and productive when it is shared.
 
How’s NaNoWriMo going? Do you have 20 percent of a novel on your hard drive yet? If not, maybe you’re having trouble thinking of what to write. Fortunately, there’s a place on nanowrimo.org that is full of ideas ripe for the stealing. It’s a forum called Adoption Society, so no, it’s not actually stealing. People think of plots, and put the one ...…
 
Behavioral economics & Nobel prize winner Richard Thaler Planning for retirement NaNoWriMo- National Novel Writing Month is difficultBy FridaysOnTheFly@gmail.com (Ward, Eric, and Rod).
 
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Endlessly Writing: A Writer's Journey through NaNoWriMo
 
Host Ian Philpot talks about this poll on Twitter and about how he's seeing his story coming together on its own. CONNECT Endlessly Writing Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Ian Philpot Website | Instagram | Twitter | Email | NaNoWriMo Profile
 
A brief update about my current novel’s status turns into yet another full podcast all about NaNoWriMo. Which is probably better than anything else I could have come up with to talk about!
 
Jozi’s child has spread a wealth of germs with her. Leaf blowers attack this episode. We have loud neighbors. It turns out men are only nice to women for the sex. Chandler fools around with Joey’s sister!? Oh gosh. Could this BE any more uncomfortable? Well, yeah, because Ross is jealous. Ross gets nuts, but some of it seems justified. We are a ...…
 
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Too Many Words
 
Pop Culture journalist and host of Obsessed Right Now, Heather Mason joins Jayme this week.They talk about Heather's six weeks on the road, changes in weather, and the pressure to binge-watch Stranger Things 2. Before Heather comes on Jayme gets into the twisty world of her writing process and thoughts for those participating in NanoWriMo. The ...…
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
Writing an outline with different options for the characters; writing the final scene; discovering that your first novel is the result of trying to understand yourself...
 
Another day, another discussion of NaNoWriMo. I correct a mistake in my last episode in which I referred to Scrivener as Stitcher, and then talk about the tools of NaNoWriMo as well as my own progress and experience.
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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Endlessly Writing: A Writer's Journey through NaNoWriMo
 
Host Ian Philpot gives a reminder to back up your National Novel Writing Month novel and encourages you to listen to music (or sounds, I guess) that set the mood for your novel. Click here to listen to Ian's novel writing playlist. Fair warning: This playlist is dark and moody. Do not use if you're writing a happy novel. CONNECT Endlessly Writi ...…
 
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Off Book.
 
Yes we know it's long. #YoureWelcome Lindsey has her first guest! Welcome Katie! We talk about NaNo and other things that are not related to NaNo. Part 2 to be uploaded on 11/9 or 11/10 #NaNoWriMo
 
Continuing my discussion of NaNoWriMo, I explore some of the support and resources available at www.nanowrimo.org to help writers reach their goals.
 
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Mandy #bookwritingmentor
 
Why focus is important.
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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BPL Word of Mouth
 
Find out who Corey dressed up as for Halloween (:30), how to read away your library fines (1:14), donate food and forgive fines for Can the Griz (2:22), a brief discussion about Stranger Things 2 (4:56), our first ever interview with Pam Henley about how buying used books helps the library (6:49), national novel writing month aka NaNoWriMo even ...…
 
The Vorpahl sisters make their way through Youtubers, Halloween rhymes, pest control (or lack thereof), and whatever the heck NaNoWriMo is !Jenny Cronlund, Amy Vorpahl, Angela Vorpahl, Amanda Vorpahl. Edited by Angela Vorpahl. Intro/outro by Maxi Morales.
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
No writing yesterday but I caught up with my word count today! Musings on avoiding "deep thinking", how word count is motivating me and the temptation of sub-plots.
 
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Endlessly Writing: A Writer's Journey through NaNoWriMo
 
Host Ian Philpot gives a quick update and shares encouragement to those participating in National Novel Writing Month. CONNECT Endlessly Writing Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Ian Philpot Website | Instagram | Twitter | Email | NaNoWriMo Profile Also, just out of curiosity, does anybody read these things? If you're reading this right ...…
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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Savoring Our Lives
 
Welcome to Savoring Our Lives! In this week's episode, we: Watched Stranger Things Spoiler-free discussion! Netflix launched season 2 of Stranger Things last week and we watched all nine episodes this week. It's been fun to see the series' take on the 1980s. It blew Chad's mind when Ruth pointed out that since the show takes place in 1983/1984, ...…
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
I give a little bit of the plot away, or else I can barely share anything of what's going on with my story... The joy of ideas coming to you and why am I still pulling myself away from my keyboard??!!
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
Day 3 and I'm already struggling! Why I brought in a scene where a cat goes missing, changing character names and hey, I hit 5,000 words!
 
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Mandy #bookwritingmentor
 
A look at my strategy. Am i on track?
 
A Kidlit with KE special series: writer peptalks! Each day in November I'll share one, along with an update on how I'm doing for NaNoWriMo in real time. Get inspired as a writer and also follow along as I make NaNoWriMo work (hopefully!)
 
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Word Maze - on reading and writing
 
My thoughts today: Does plotting the story in advance destroy the magic of discovering the story? How I've solved my third/first person dilemma. Why are we afraid of writing?
 
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