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Welcome to the last week of National Novel Writing Month! It’s okay if you aren’t going to finish your book, and it’s also okay if you don’t have 50,000 words! You still did a thing—you created a story that didn’t exist more
It’s week four of NaNoWriMo! Or, National Novel Writing Month, which happens every year for the month of November. This week, we are talking about how to write climaxes, how to write resolutions, and what exactly the three-quarter mark is. more
We are now three weeks into NaNoWriMo—where writers are attempting to write a novel in the month of November. For this episode, our writers talk about how to raise the stakes in your story. more
Almost everything I know about revision and editing I learned from Writing Excuses; my novel out on query would not be this polished without everything I learned from this podcast.
Every spat of writer’s block, every rejection, and every frustration, all of it became manageable because I kept getting reminders of Brandon, Howard, Mary Robinette, Dan, and guests going through those same hurdles while giving practical advice. more
I discovered WX in 2017, shortly after deciding to pursue writing as a career. Since then I've never missed an episode, and I've listened to the entirety of the podcast (yes, starting at Season 01, because I am a completionist) at least three times. Even before, but especially during the pandemic, it was an almost meditative experience to spend an evening listening to random episodes just to feel connected to the world of writing and publishing. more
Is Schlock required reading? Sometimes a title looks good, but then the whole episode is about schlock. Makes me think you guys ran out of ideas.
This used to be THE writing podcast to listen to, but without Brandon, it's just...meh. Mary and Howard's voices are over the top (their pronunciation of words if akin to nails on a chalkboard), and let's face it, none of these remaining writers are particularly successful with a capital S. I've moved on to The Creative Penn.
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Writing Excuses launched 9 years ago and published 858 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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