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The perfect cup of tea. Or coffee. Find a comforting moment in your day. The post ISBW #456: NaNoWriMo Day 12 appeared first on The ..read more
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Off the rails! Here we go! The post ISBW #455: NaNoWriMo Day 11 appeared first on The Murverse Mothership ..read more
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Matt and Mur come to you live with another patented Ditch Diggers Q&A episode! They are, as always, woefully late at catching up on ..read more
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ONE WEEK IN! 11,667 words – are you there? (I’m not. Let’s be honest. But that’s OK.)   10325 / 50000 words. 21% done! The post ..read more
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Sleep. It’s important. No, really. The post ISBW #453: NaNoWriMo Day 6 appeared first on The Murverse Mothership ..read more
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WOW Matt and I have had a month! We are super behind with existing episodes, and will be posting this week and recording new stuff ..read more
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Brain hacks today from Productivity Alchemy: Tell yourself you only have to write a handful of words or sentences. Because starting is the ..read more
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(Note, #448 & #449 were Patreon-only special NaNo weekend episodes.) Today’s self care tool: Eat. The. Cookie. I still can’t track ..read more
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It’s NaNoWriMo time, and I’m working hard to make this the year I win, but also encourage all of you to take care of yourself. Day 1: ..read more
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Will adding the antagonist POV break the flow of the novel? Should you even worry about this on first draft? The post ISBW #447: ..read more

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