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Write-minded Podcast: What's a NaNoWriMo Municipal Liaison?
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Are you participating in National Novel Writing Month this year? The annual challenge to write a novel in a month (50,000 words to be exact) is a whirlwind and She Writes and NaNoWriMo are here for you.

One of the points of NaNo is to create community around the often solitary task of writing a book. And Municipal Liaisons are local leaders taking an online community and bringing an in-person touch.

Kicking Off This Year’s NaNoWriMo, featuring Municipal Liaisons

On this week's episode of the Write-minded podcast Brooke and Grant talk about how one of them is going slow and steady while the other has taken off on a sprint.

They are talking to Catherine Noon and Alexis Daria who are long-time municipal liaisons. These word count warriors discuss the importance of getting offline and in the company of other writers. Whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, these NaNoWriMo veterans share the power of ditching social media for actual socializing.

If you've been considering going to a local NaNo event and are on the fence, this is the episode for you. It can be especially useful as writers enter week two (a very typical "slump week" for participants).

Download the podcast today!

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