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Galley Table 82 – There be Dragons Here

This week we work with Jeff Hite’s entry for NaNoWRiMo this year. He is planning to write a story for his kids about their adventures in a world with dastardly dukes, dangerous dragons and the power of being a family.

Galley Table 081 – Battle Robots and the Power or Rock and Roll

NaNoWriMo Story Workshop – Zachary Ricks This week we continue our series of workshop episodes that will lead up to NaNaWriMo with hopes of building better stories before then even being. Galley Table 081 Audio direct Download This week we work w…

Galley Table 79 – NaNo Story Workshop – Laura Nicole

NaNoWriMo Story Workshop – Laura Nicole This week we start a series of workshop episodes that will lead up to NaNaWriMo with hopes up building better stories before then even being. This week we walk all over Zach a lot because his audio was not …

Galley Table 78 – NaNoWriMo Story Workshop – Scott Roche

NaNoWriMo Story Workshop – Scott Roche This week we start a series of workshop episodes that will lead up to NaNaWriMo with hopes up building better stories before then even being. Galley Table 078 Audio direct Download This week we work with Sco…

Owner’s Share: A Podcast Novel Review

I think we all, at Flying Island Press, look up to Nathan Lowell. And there are many reasons, not the least of which is that he’s a really, really, nice guy. He’s a prolific writer who started out by podcasting all of his stories and has made the “Big Time” getting his stories published on […]

Put it where the sun don’t shine

I was listening to a podcast, I think it was Mur Lafferty’s “I should be Writing”, and she was interviewing Scott Sigler. He recommended that any new author should write his or her first novel, edit it, and then put it somewhere dark and lonely away from the world and potential view. I can see […]

Resolutions, Retrospection, Realization, and other words that begin with R.

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRiting I ran on Monday night. Only the second time since the marathon on October 1st. My twin brother told me he was preparing for a half marathon in March and I told him I would prepare with him. It ends up that he will run one in Modesto with […]

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRighting – Traffic Circles

Traffic Circles By Philip (Norval Joe) Carroll I had two things I was going to choose from to write about this week, but tonight as I was driving home from the grocery store, I got hooked into a rant. I just can’t ignore a good rant. So you’ll have to wait until next week to […]

The Courage to Do What’s Write – After the NaNo

After the NaNo by Jeff Hite So you finished your nano novel, or maybe not. In the four years that I have participated in NaNoWriMo I have only made It to 500000 words one time, so don’t feel bad if you didn’t. But despite not winning NaNoWriMo, I don’t count any of them as a […]

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRiting

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRiting. In defense of Nanowrimo. I’m afraid I need to keep this short, this week. I’m behind on my word count for the day for Nanowrimo. I have two thoughts. Yup. That’s all. That’s why I repeat myself so often… The first is about Nanowrimo detractors. I can’t think of […]

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