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StoryADay

Writers write. Successful writers write a lot. The StoryADay (http://storyaday.org) challenge exists to help you learn how much you're capable of writing in a month. The StoryADay (Writer, Every Day, Not "Some Day") podcast helps you figure out how to keep that commitment up for the rest of your life. Each 10-15 minute episode tackles a particular topic and gives you a writing assignment to complete before the next episode. Music credit: Alan McPike (http://standardstrax.com)

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
11/18/2018 119 - Creative Play Encouraging you to find the creative joy in your writing at this ...
11/12/2018 118 - UnStick Your Writing During NaNoWriMo, Part 2 Advice about how to get unstuck when you still have 30,000 words ...
11/12/2018 117 - Getting Unstuck During NaNoWriMo - Part 1 NaNoWriMo, the National Novel Writers' Month, is well underway. B...
10/20/2018 116 - Critique Week Is Back! Oct 21-31 Join our critique 'week', Oct 21-31 (because wouldn't it be nice ...
10/06/2018 115 - Slow Down This month, as we transition from StoryADay September into the re...
09/24/2018 114 - On Promiscuity In which I talk about when (writerly) promiscuity is good, and an...
09/08/2018 113 - Should You Edit While You Write? This could be a really short podcast (just me screaming "NO!"), b...
08/11/2018 112 - Backstories & Integrity Firstly I talk about some people who are making short and long fi...
07/28/2018 111 - The Joy of Writing (Backstories) Writing a longer work like a novel can get a bit overwhelming. To...
07/14/2018 110 - Putting Systems in Place This month I am still talking about writing for minor holidays an...
06/30/2018 109 - Writing For Minor Holidays Minor holidays are a great opportunity for writers to show editor...
06/16/2018 108 - June is for Revisions This month at StoryADay we're all about revisions. This episode t...
06/02/2018 107 - Revisions, StoryFest and SWAGr StoryADay May is over and now we get to celebrate. This episode t...
05/26/2018 106 - After The Challenge This week I share some of the prompts from week 4 of StoryADay Ma...
05/19/2018 105 - Is It Time To Quit? The problem with doing something hard (like writing) is not that ...
05/12/2018 104 - Getting Your Mojo Back In Week 2 of StoryADay May 2018 we're working on craft-based writ...
05/06/2018 103 - StoryADay May 2018 is Underway! The first week of StoryADay May 2018 is drawing to a close. In th...
04/28/2018 102 - Top Three Tips For A Successful StoryADay May In this episode I give you my top three tips for a successful mon...
04/21/2018 101 - Windy Lynn Harris & Short Fiction Apologies that the audio is a little crackly on this one, but it'...
04/14/2018 100 - Read LIke A Writer This week I share some ideas on how you can read like a writer, a...
04/07/2018 099 - Jane Friedman & The Business of Being A Writer Today I interview publishing industry expert Jane Friedman (www.j...
03/31/2018 098 - Why Can't You Write That Story? This week's podcast is a pep-talk to get you writing, even when y...
03/30/2018 Mini Episode: Sonnet writing prompt Today's mini episode is a writing prompt that challenges you to w...
03/29/2018 Mini Episode: Writing Prompt - Letters This mini episode contains a writing prompt that challenges you t...
03/28/2018 Mini Episode: Lists, A Writing Prompt This mini episode contains a writing prompt that challenges you t...
03/17/2018 097 - Short Story Forms This month I'm focusing on short story form. Watch out for a few ...
02/24/2018 096 - How To Make Flash Fiction...Flash Flash fiction is more than just a collection of fewer than 1000 w...
02/10/2018 095 - Flash Fiction Part 1 February is the shortest month, so we're focusing on the shortest...
01/27/2018 094 - P.A.C.E. Yourself To Reach Your Writing Goals As we settle into a new year of writing, it's worth taking a look...
01/14/2018 093 - Getting Creative In The New Year Happy New Year! If you haven't quite settled into your new routin...


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