Podcast: Bailey’s Writing Tips – Episode 041 (17 Oct 2011) – NaNoWriMo

Episode 41 of the Bailey’s Writing Tips podcast was released Monday 17th October.

The yearly ‘50,000 words in the month of November’ project NaNoWriMo was looming and a topic for conversation on Twitter, especially between one of my followers (also a followee) Catherine Noble and myself. So the idea of doing an episode of my NaNo experiences was hatched and a few days later, the podcast episode aired.

The websites mentioned in this episode were http://nanowrimo.org, http://storyaday.org and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanowrimo and concluded with a 257-word first-person short story called ‘Flickering.

The podcast is available via iTunesGoogle’s FeedburnerPodbean (when it catches up), Podcasters (which takes even longer) or Podcast Alley (which doesn’t list the episodes but will let you subscribe).

Details of the other episodes (interviews, reviews, red pen sessions etc.) can be found here.

2 thoughts on “Podcast: Bailey’s Writing Tips – Episode 041 (17 Oct 2011) – NaNoWriMo

    • morgenbailey says:

      Hi Patricia. I’ll email you the info. There’s plenty to choose from. I don’t charge a penny – I promote you / you give me blog content / I enjoy it / hopefully you do too. Success stories: some known sales for authors featured (mine aren’t ready yet), some author website visit boosts with even some comments from interviewees saying that my questions made them think about their writing (I think in a good way :)). No testimonials as such but 162 satisfied ‘customers’ out of 162 (and that’s just the interviewees) with some comments to that effect dotted around the site… either that or no-one’s brave enough to complain but I’m gentle really. 🙂


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