Tag Archives: process

NanoGang Day 17: Gail Carriger and Ed Throw Popcorn

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Today listener Ed joins the competition from a distance, while Gail Carriger offers a corrective over Twitter. Dan’s back in the game, DD blows the doors off, and Kitty finds her feet.

Resources mentioned:
Gail Carriger’s Post on Flow

Word Count:
Dan: 1739
Kitty: 391
Dede: 5000
Tori: 0
Ben: 0

Cumulative Word Count:
Dan: 22315
Dede: 11000
Tori: 4048
Kitty: 4426
Ben: 1148

Questions 673: Dan’s Workflow

Ian asks: Can you walk us through your workflow and toolkit, from start of writing to finished book?

Resources Mentioned:
Libre Office
Sigil
Lyx
GIMP
Krita
Scribus
Audacity
Ardour

Questions 502: Things That Make You Go Wow

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Simon asks: What’s one of your big “Oh, wow!” moments that inspired your creative brain?

Resources Mentioned:
Myths and Legends Podcast
Connections Series 1, Episode 8: Eat Drink and Be Merry
Connections, by James Burke

Questions 329: Writing Braided Novels

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Sarah asks: I want to write a novel with several distinct but related stories that ultimately tell a larger story. Any tips?

Resources Mentioned
An Instance at the Fingerpost by Iain Pears
Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet
Middlemarch by George Elliot
The Source by James Michener
North and South by John Jakes
Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin