Happy belated New Year, people-who-listen-to-and-read-the-show-notes-for-our-podcast! It’s 2016, so we’ve decided to kick the new year off with an incredibly timely discussion of NaNoWriMo! Is it a worthwhile endeavor for aspiring writers? Is it good for the publishing industry as a whole? Why the fuck is it in November, like who even has the time in November to write 50,000 words–
Ahem. Anyway. Answers to all of these exciting questions and more await, with as little boring inside baseball chatter as we could manage. You’re welcome.
December First Books and NaNoCattleProd.com now accepting clients for the 2016 season. EMAIL US AT THE EMAIL WE DEFINITELY HAVE!
What about you guys? Does NaNo work for you? Got any tips or tricks you wanna share? Any NaNoCattleProd takers? Let us know in the comments!
Programs and Apps Discussed
Articles and Sites
- Traditionally Published YA Novels Written During NaNo (GoodReads list)
- Thursdays with Amanda: Why I Hate NaNoWriMo
- Why I Hate NaNoWriMo
And as promised, a photo of Robin’s Alpha Smart!
Theme music is Overnight, by Aya.
WARNING: NSFW! Mature audiences only! Contains salty language, subversive ideas, industry-challenging discussions, and nuts.