Best nanowrimo podcasts we could find (Updated July 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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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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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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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
Weekly
 
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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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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Nanobites
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Short, daily podcast of encouragement and advice on winning NaNoWriMo.
 
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Podcast – Nano Spirit Path
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An experiment in inspiration
 
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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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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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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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Alison Ingleby is a freelance writer who provides blogging and copywriting services to businesses all over the world who are connected to travel or the great outdoors. Alison is planning to use this freelance business business to bootstrap her self-publishing efforts. She has just written her first book, which will form part of a dystopian tril ...…
 
Which books and authors can we read over and over? Who has influenced us in our own writing? Join us for a freeform discussion of the books, films, shows and comics that have helped us get from there to here.
 
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What Book Hooked You?
 
In this episode Blair Thornburgh talks about how her involvement in NaNoWriMo led to her YA debut Who’s That Girl and how Blair’s job as an editor gives her perspective in her own writing journey. Episode Mentions: Anastasia Krupnik Illustrator Rebecca Thornburgh Ramona Catcher in the Rye Magic for Beginners Buffy the Vampire Slayer Catherine, ...…
 
We all have limited time, and part of being a successful author is knowing what to focus on. In today's show, I talk to Rachel Aaron about how to write more words faster, edit and publish carefully, and how to decide which marketing strategies will work for your books. In the intro, I reflect on walking 50km last weekend, the launch of How to M ...…
 
We all have limited time, and part of being a successful author is knowing what to focus on. In today's show, I talk to Rachel Aaron about how to write more words faster, edit and publish carefully, and how to decide which marketing strategies will work for your books. In the intro, I reflect on walking 50km last weekend, the launch of How to M ...…
 
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No Extra Words: the flash fiction podcast
 
I loved my chat with Jim Szabo, host of the Second Hand Stories podcast. We chatted about the inspiration for our shows, how we deal with submissions and what our pet peeves are, how much we love our writers, our recording spaces, and so much more. Here's some links to the things we talked about. Camp Nanowrimo The Ira Glass video on taste and ...…
 
Harper Bliss And Her Mrs How To Make My NaNoWriMo Novel Work In this episode Harper Bliss and Her Mrs (Caroline) discuss what the minimum length should be for a lesbian romance novel and how to turn a first draft NaNoWriMo novel into a finsihed product If you have questions please feel free to email them to HarperBliss@TheLesbianTalkShow.com an ...…
 
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Stories of an Unschooling Family
 
This is the (hopefully) un-muddled version! This week, I'm sharing my unschooling podcasting adventure. I talk about: My first episode and why I nearly deleted itWhy we have to take risksThe future of this podcast I also share: a few resources while talking about Gilbert and Sullivanmy plans for Camp NaNoWriMomy new Instagram adventureand lots ...…
 
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Writers' League of Texas Podcast
 
First drafts of novels begin with a spark of an idea and a rush of enthusiasm. But after 70-100 pages, that initial clarity often vanishes, along with any sense of the way forward into the book. In November 2016, WLT Program Director Michael Noll and panelists Carolyn Cohagen, Evelyn Palfrey, Rene S. Perez II, and Stacey Swann discussed strateg ...…
 
On this episode, we delve into research, and where to begin. Holly interviews Joseph Hirsch about his book 'The Dove and the Crow'. Includes a review of The Dove and the Crow at the end. For information on NaNoWriMo, click here: http://www.nanowrimo.org/To buy a copy of The Dove and the Crow, click here: https://www.amazon.com/Dove-Crow-Joseph- ...…
 
Daystar and Alexander review Alex's latest NaNoWriMo book, The Dark Wizard Of Donkerk.Time Stamps:1:12 Magic Systems9:18 The Twist15:53 Spirit Magic20:47 Potential Sequel25:17 Plot Threads28:33 Villain31:49 The Prophecy
 
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a zillion ideas in your head, but the trouble is getting it out of your head and on paper. That transition is the most painful experience, because not only do you not know how to start, you’re also fighting that monster that thinks that nothing you have inside you is worth anything, nobody will like it, an ...…
 
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What Book Hooked You?
 
In this episode I talk with Andrew DeYoung. Andrew is the author of the YA novel The Exo Project. Listen in as Andrew & I discuss Victorian detective literature, climate change, & YA literature.Episode Mentions Girl In Landscape Fortress of Solitude The Searchers Bleak House Walden NaNoWriMo The Exo Project The Martian Chronicles Wonder Boys Mo ...…
 
Robert Scott-Norton writes high-octane sci-fi thrillers and is the creator of The Tombs Legacy, a universe of fiction. A lifelong fan of Stephen King and Doctor Who, it was perhaps inevitable that his work would sit somewhere between horror and sci-fi. Robert’s books all take place in this same story universe – The Tombs Legacy. His debut sci-f ...…
 
This week Suzanne and Mike talk about the latest updates to Brightspace, one of Mike's favorite projects from when he was a teacher and the profound impact it had on his students. We also discussed what Blended Learning looks like even in a Kindergarten Classroom and our interview with Amanda Gonzalez from Sci-Tech about her time in the distric ...…
 
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First Draft with Sarah Enni
 
Kayla Olson, debut author of THE SANDCASTLE EMPIRE, out June 6, on writing secret songs in middle school, hearing the rhythm of books, words as a puzzle, writing to the same thunderstorm for years and years, and the closest she ever came to quitting. Kayla Olson Show Notes Sara Zarr’s episode of First Draft The Babysitter’s Club by Ann M. Marti ...…
 
The prolific, multiple award-winning, New York Times bestselling author, Catherynne M. Valente, took a break at her spooky writer’s island to chat with me about her superhero origin story, earning street cred with readers, and her truly unique process. This episode is brought to you by StudioPress Sites. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By Discov ...…
 
The prolific, multiple award-winning, New York Times bestselling author, Catherynne M. Valente, took a break at her spooky writer’s island to chat with me about her superhero origin story, earning street cred with readers, and her truly unique process. This episode is brought to you by StudioPress Sites. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By Discov ...…
 
What happens when you cross an entrepreneur with a literature professor and a frustrated blogger? Murder, of course! My guest on today’s podcast, Gilian Baker, has been a writing teacher for years. When she started working on a story during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) a few years ago, the muses took hold and they ……
 
In this episode, we discuss creating and using villains – how do you involve a villain in the story, how can a villain drive the story, and what sorts of villains can you write? 00:53 Intro 01:17 Story Types: Stories with Villains Villain-Driven Stories Stories without Villains 25:30 Designing a Good Villain 32:48 Getting Player Characters to E ...…
 
Science fiction author Michael Anderle talks to James about writing fast, finding voracious readers and building a publishing empire, one book at a time. This week’s key highlights: The connection Michael has with last week’s guest, TS Paul The learning curve experienced when we start out as indies Co-writing with other authors The origins of M ...…
 
While George and Chris are off on adventures, Cath and Chia hijack the show to talk about two current obsessions: Ben Aaronovitch‘s Peter Grant / Rivers of London series and Lisa Cron’s Story Genius.
 
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Creative Magic Network w/Frederic Byé
 
Kerry is a writer and blogger. She was born visually impaired. She writes to make sense of the world around her. Without words she truly would be in the dark. She has a Certificate of Creative Writing and has written a novel for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). She had a short essay published on BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog and just recen ...…
 
Elle, AR, and Paulina discuss our experience with National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and our plans for this November. NaNoWriMo.org Also mentioned in the podcast: Take Off Your Pants: http://amzn.to/2fgYCdq Romancing the Beat: http://amzn.to/2dXBVoz Don’t forget a thumbs up and subscribe! Focus On Fantasy Romance RSS…
 
Okay, so when you hear James say "episode 57" in this one, what he actually meant to say was "episode 56". This is episode 56. He can't count, apparently. What we can do is talk about Doctor Who! So can all of our co-hosts. Hear us give our input on season 10 episode 3, "Thin Ice". James, Damaris and Omega are "The Familiars", reviewing the epi ...…
 
Elle has been writing fantasy and science fiction romance for years and an avid participant in the NaNoWriMo. Her first novel, Stealing the Wolf Prince, is a 2016 RONE Award finalist. Elle is happily married to a martial arts instructor. She’s also the mother of two small boys and is constantly talking her husband out of adopting a new pet. She ...…
 
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Podcast – creative.mother.thinking
 
Gestrickt habe ich: Peachy Miss Winkle: so gut wie fertig Spiral-Socken: ein Paar für meinen Mann angefangen Gesponnen habe ich: nichts Gehäkelt habe ich: Sophie’s Universe: Teil 7 ist fast fertig Genäht habe ich: Auftrittskleid zugeschnitten Erwähnt wurde: Camp NaNoWriMo meine Patreon-Seite Rhiannon Julia Cameron: „Der Weg des Künstlers“* „Ret ...…
 
Gestrickt habe ich: Peachy Miss Winkle: so gut wie fertig Spiral-Socken: ein Paar für meinen Mann angefangen Gesponnen habe ich: nichts Gehäkelt habe ich: Sophie’s Universe: Teil 7 ist fast fertig Genäht habe ich: Auftrittskleid zugeschnitten Erwähnt wurde: Camp NaNoWriMo meine Patreon-Seite Rhiannon Julia Cameron: „Der Weg des Künstlers“* „Ret ...…
 
KWL Director Mark Lefebvre speaks with former college professor Gilian Baker about her new novel Blogging is Murder. In the discussion, the two explore: The transition from teaching academic writing and literature for twenty years to the challenge of writing; first approached through blogging and ghost-writing Her original blogging experience, ...…
 
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Podcast – creative.mother.thinking
 
Gestrickt habe ich: Next Generation Pot Holders: der zweite ist zu einem Drittel fertig Peachy Miss Winkle: etwa ein Drittel gestrickt Gesponnen habe ich: grüne Merino/Seide auf der Bosworth Featherweight Gehäkelt habe ich: Sophie’s Universe: Teil 5 ist fast fertig Genäht habe ich: Probekleid ist etwa halb fertig Stoff für das tasächlich Auftri ...…
 
Gestrickt habe ich: Next Generation Pot Holders: der zweite ist zu einem Drittel fertig Peachy Miss Winkle: etwa ein Drittel gestrickt Gesponnen habe ich: grüne Merino/Seide auf der Bosworth Featherweight Gehäkelt habe ich: Sophie’s Universe: Teil 5 ist fast fertig Genäht habe ich: Probekleid ist etwa halb fertig Stoff für das tasächlich Auftri ...…
 
What do worldbuilding and guilty pleasures have in common? Not a damned thing other than our desire to discuss both this week. We begin with reactions to recent anti-worldbuilding press and how it may or may not affect your fiction. Then we regale each other with tales of TV shows too guilty to enjoy responsibly: Riverdale, Once Upon a Time, Un ...…
 
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Live Creative Now! with Melissa Dinwiddie: Happiness | Creativity | Productivity | Practical Inspiration | Lifestyle Design for Multi-Passionate People
 
A few years before we spoke, Ellen Bard would have introduced herself as a management consultant working in London. Now she’s a digital nomad, based in Thailand. She’s a freelance consultant, specifically a chartered occupational psychologist (aka, a work psychologist). She has a personal development website, writing primarily about self-compas ...…
 
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Podcast | Mark Dawson's Self Publishing Formula
 
Book launch expert Tim Grahl talks to James about the importance of an email list, successful book launches and his own experience of writing a novel for public consumption. This week’s key highlights: The challenge of having beginner’s mind about writing Writing a novel in public The disadvantage for writers of long feedback loops Two types of ...…
 
In this week's episode we talk about the flip side of reading: writing stories. We discuss how fanfiction is a great training ground for writing fiction, whether productivity trackers work, and just how long it should take to write a novella. We also invite you to join our Camp Nanowrimo cabin, and get sidetracked from the main conversation rou ...…
 
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Words Are Hard Podcast
 
We’re back with another in our series of reviews/story chats, talking about the game Life is Strange. A story-based adventure game, Life is Strange gave us plenty to discuss, from its use of place and atmosphere, to the complications of creating consistent dialogue options when time travel is one of the key game mechanics. Primarily, though, we ...…
 
Taran Matharu talks about the third book in his Summoners series, ’The Battlemage,’ about an orphan boy who discovers an ability to summon demons, and about the role that NaNoWriMo and Wattpad played in the origins of the series.
 
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NaNoWriPod - Nanowrimo / writing / creativity / process - Black Rectangle
 
Jim invites a very special guest to the episode. The two writers discuss their projects, give updates, and talk about Camp NaNoWriMo.
 
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Podcast – creative.mother.thinking
 
Gestrickt habe ich: Sunny Knee Socks: fertig Next Generation Pot Holders: der erste ist zu zwei Dritteln fertig Wrap Tie Headband: fertig Peachy Miss Winkle: angefangen Gesponnen habe ich: Nube auf dem Victoria: die ersten zwei Spulen sind voll Gehäkelt habe ich: Sophie’s Universe: angefangen, bin bei Runde 5 Genäht habe ich: immerhin habe ich ...…
 
Gestrickt habe ich: Sunny Knee Socks: fertig Next Generation Pot Holders: der erste ist zu zwei Dritteln fertig Wrap Tie Headband: fertig Peachy Miss Winkle: angefangen Gesponnen habe ich: Nube auf dem Victoria: die ersten zwei Spulen sind voll Gehäkelt habe ich: Sophie’s Universe: angefangen, bin bei Runde 5 Genäht habe ich: immerhin habe ich ...…
 
My guest today, Rachael Lucas, writes contemporary romantic fiction for Pan Macmillan. Her titles include Coming Up Roses and Wildflower Bay, and her first YA novel, The State of Grace is coming out this month (6 April 2017) from Pan Macmillan Children’s Books. Rachael has also run an award-winning lifestyle blog and worked as a social media co ...…
 
My guest today, Rachael Lucas, writes contemporary romantic fiction for Pan Macmillan. Her titles include Coming Up Roses and Wildflower Bay, and her first YA novel, The State of Grace is coming out this month (6 April 2017) from Pan Macmillan Children’s Books. Rachael has also run an award-winning lifestyle blog and worked as a social media co ...…
 
We welcome MAXWELL PALMER to the Wrote Podcast house! Journey in writing AND Narration || Evolution of his forthcoming novel || Learning the craft of Writing || NaNoWriMo || AudioBook Narration || RFQs || What's Ahead || Credits and Biooper
 
We welcome MAXWELL PALMER to the Wrote Podcast house!Journey in writing AND Narration || Evolution of his forthcoming novel || Learning the craft of Writing || NaNoWriMo || AudioBook Narration || RFQs || What's Ahead || Credits and Biooper
 
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