30 Days, 30 Podcasts

As if writing a novel in thirty days wasn’t hard enough, this year I set myself a challenge to create a writing podcast for each day of NaNoWriMo.

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Well, it was touch-and-go a few times there, but I did it. Most of the episodes center around the writing process–how to find that perfect combination of music, location, and tools to get you into a state of flow.

Here are all thirty podcasts from the last thirty days. Enjoy!

Warp Drives Shortcuts #1: Front-Load Your Work
Warp Drives Shortcuts #2: Pick Your Playlist
Warp Drives Shortcuts #3: Capture Your Ideas
Warp Drives Shortcuts #4: A Dedicated Writing Space
Warp Drives Shortcuts #5: Stop the Interruptions
Warp Drives Shortcuts #6: Where to Put This Thing
Warp Drives Shortcuts #7: Enter the Matrix
Warp Drives Shortcuts #8: Caveats and Considerations
Warp Drives Shortcuts #9: Wishes, Goals, and Success Conditions
Warp Drives Shortcuts #10: Falling Behind
Warp Drives Shortcuts #11: Revision Wants to Kill You
Warp Drives Shortcuts #12: Why I Hate NaNoWriMo
Warp Drives Shortcuts #13: Stop F*cking Around
Warp Drives Shortcuts #14: Celebrations & Motivations
Warp Drives Shortcuts #15: Finding a Critique Group
Warp Drives Shortcuts #16: Social Media is the Dream Killer
Warp Drives Shortcuts #17: Who Are You Writing For?
Warp Drives Shortcuts #18: Getting Unstuck
Warp Drives Shortcuts #19: Land the Plane
Warp Drives Shortcuts #20: The Spinning Plates Theory of Writing
Warp Drives Shortcuts #21: What’s In My Signing Kit?
Warp Drives Shortcuts #22: How to Talk
Warp Drives Shortcuts #23: Know Your Genre
Warp Drives Shortcuts #24: Sensitivity Readers
Warp Drives Shortcuts #25: Self-Care for Writers
Warp Drives Shortcuts #26: The Myth of the Suffering Artist
Warp Drives Shortcuts #27: How to Read
Warp Drives Shortcuts #28: Play to Your Strengths
Warp Drives Shortcuts #29: Writing Advice is Useless
Warp Drives Shortcuts #30: You’re a Winner

Author: TJ Berry

TJ Berry has been a political blogger, bakery owner, and spent a disastrous two weeks working in a razor blade factory. She now writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror from Seattle with considerably fewer on-the-job injuries. She’s on Twitter @TJaneBerry.

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