NaNoWriMo Inspiration: A Writing Playlist
...that is over 120 songs and eight hours long. By my maths, that's at least 9000 words written, including toilet breaks and tea brewing time.
And when you're bored of that one, check out this writing playlist or this instrumental playlist I found and listened to when I was editing London Eyes.
Maybe by the time I've finished adding songs to it, it will be over ten hours long, which is like an extra 5000 words. Yes, I know my maths doesn't add up.
These are basically the songs that help me write. They don't go too fast, they don't shout too loud, they don't have over complicated lyrics or melodies. They're just gentle, easy-to-listen-to songs, some you'll know, others you won't.
I hope you enjoy getting lots of words written while you listen to them. I also recommend turning on shuffle so the artists are nicely mixed up.
If you have a writing playlist you'd like to share, please do in the comments - I will definitely listen.
Now here are some photos of the things I've seen in Amsterdam recently. I can't quite believe that we will begin NaNoWriMo by the time this week is up. Make sure you save this page to get your daily NaNoWriMo inspiration posts. I'll be posting weekly updates on here and daily updates on my Instagram.
Also, I'll still be sharing travel posts too so don't think November is all about the writing... as much as I love writing about writing, I love writing about travel too.
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Frances M. Thompson
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