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We're back, bright and breezy for a new decade of writing talk! In this episode we discuss Jenni's approach to NaNoWriMo, the motivational techniques and how it feels to actually finish a book. NaNoWriMo, and especially the appy-tool website thing, was a real advantage to setting a challenge and completing it and we recommend it to all budding writers. Then we talk editing and next steps, as well as Jen's problematic title (warning, there is a BIG swear in there).
There's also some chit chat about books we've loved recently, how Michelle Obama and Marc are practically twins and Marc's adventures into networking and being a start up. Then the real reason for the podcast - we work out what puddings and how many are appropriate for Christmas Dinner. What's the deal with trifle anyway?
Also this episode -
- The campaign for Jen to narrate her own audiobook starts here
- We rate Michelle Obama's Becoming, Nadiya Hussain's Finding My Voice and Dawn O'Porter's So Lucky
- Audiobooks vs real books (again)
- A good old wartime adventure romp - John Buchan's The Thirty-Nine Steps
- Are we doing Dry January? Uh, no.
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Music credit: "Clap Your Hands" by Scott Holmes
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