Nanogang Day 26: Revisions and Mochi Donuts
Today the Nanogang fields a question on revisions, and discusses our favorite foods. Which is appropriate, as it is Thanksgiving Day here in the US...
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Nanogang Day 25: Writing on the Go
Today the Nanogang talks about portable writing setups for writing anywhere, any time. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Word Count: Dan 53027 Gail 79654...
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Nanogang Day 24: A Pie of Coprolites
Today the Nanogang fields a question on using jargon so the layman can follow. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums A Wrinkle in Time by...
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Nanogang Day 23: Formal Respect and Point of View
Today the Nanogang talks about social rules in formal societies, and fields a listener question on subplots and POV. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums...
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