YES! There’s actually audiobooks you can listen to if you have a Spotify account.
Thanks to the SpotifyWarpped I found out that people don’t know about these, so today I’m sharing the books you can listen to fully on Spotify
This is obviously NOT sponsored
I wish but rather an honest attempt to get audiobooks to more people. They are such a nice way of reading, especially if you can’t stare at a page for whatever reason.
Spotify is also a cheaper alternative to buying each individual book
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By now we are all either too tired to compute OR too caffeinated to feel our fingers as they type but
Don’t give up!
That novel that may look terrible to you, or that looks like it will just never be done, is still your baby. And today I’m sharing with you NaNo Novels that became part of my favorites after (probably) making their author’s life hell all month long
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We are quickly approaching the end of the year and you know what that means:
it’s time to choose the best of 2019, or at least start thinking about it
I probably won’t start drafting that particular post in a few weeks yet, but when you have a big platform and want to get your audience involved with the process you need to get the votes in early.
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Can you believe we are already past the halfway point? I can’t. Usually, this is the part where stories get more complex and the plot holes stare into your soul, where all the hype of beginning your novel is gone and you have the (in my opinion harder) task of not giving up.
For this purpose is that today we’ll talk about pep talks offered on the NaNo website and self care for writers.
With special guest JK Rowling (
before she became the disappointment she is today)
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We’re one week done! If you’ve gotten this far then give yourself a round of applause, you deserve it.
If you are still wondering if you should join then do it! Take the leap now and don’t worry about catching up to the “ideal” word count. Just write
Last week it was all about the word-count and stats, now we talk about how to get there
I’ll tell you about write-in’s and writing sprints, both highly useful NaNo features. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 101-Write-ins and Sprints”
We are now fully into it.
November, for those of you who don’t know, is National Novel Writing Month and for those of us who don’t care enough about sleep is the perfect opportunity to get 50,000 + words onto a single document.
I already did a post about my personal survival kit for these trying times so I’ll just take you all through the basics of writing a novel in 30 days
Let’s talk Word Count
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