I may not have done NaNoWriMo this year, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t big things happening in my corner of the writing world during November. What do we have to look back on? Let’s explore below!
Feedback – Time is Running Out!
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Back to the Grind
This month, I returned to working seriously on EMPATHY: Imminent Dawn. By year’s end, I hope to again be in a position to hit the query road hard after having padded along it briefly to kick off 2017.
Will this revamped manuscript and query be the ones to find a home with a loving agent or press? Only time will tell! Be sure to stay tuned to this site and my Twitter feed for updates!
BOOM in Writescast Listenership
November saw the release of three new episodes (see below for full details), but, in terms of listenership, one sounded off louder than the rest.
Within only five days after its initial release, episode 023 featuring Barbara Britton became the all-time most-listened to episode of the show. Talk about an impressive guest debut!
If you missed that one, no worries! You can catch it at the link above. I’ve also already asked Barbara to join me again in 2018, so there’ll be another chance to explore a new topic with her when the new year rolls around.
Between her episode and all of the other fantastic content we have on the writescast, total listenership is up nearly 94% over last quarter. Thank you for guaranteeing the continued success of the show!
Here are all three new episodes from November 2017!
Amanda Kelly presents strategies for addressing weak points in our writing, all through the use of dragon-training as a metaphor!
Barbara Britton describes her journey to publication through music and encourages other writers to do the same. How will using music to frame your career as a writer help you better understand your process?
After taking a moment to celebrate the first birthday of your listener-supported r. r. campbell writescast, I delve into the topics of writerly routines and self-care.
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