The Victorious Writer Daily Prompt-Cast

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The final day in the development of a daily writing habit. One final writing and idea assignment is presented as Jason wraps up 125 total episodes of The Victorious Writer.
Jason discusses the evolution of the idea journal during the 30 day challenge, and presents the day's writing and idea assignments.
Author J. A. Jance provides today's motivation and advice for writers, and Jason provides the day's writing and idea goals.
Jason discusses some thoughts as the 30 day challenge heads into the home stretch and also presents the daily writing and idea goals.
In the home stretch of the 30 day challenge, Jason discusses today's writing minimum milestone as well as the day's writing and goal assignments.
Jason makes his weekly book recommendation and also presents the day's writing and idea minimum goals.
A quote from Maya Angelou is the inspiration to write today, and Jason also presents the day's writing and goal minimums.
Permission is given for you to write and create today, and Jason also presents the day's writing and idea goals.
The word count goes up as Jason discusses the dangers of procrastination to a writing career.
As with the past few Wednesdays, today Jason features some answers to questions posed to Nat Russo, author of Necromancer Awakening, and also discusses the daily writing and idea goals.
Jason continues his discussion of self-publishing from yesterday, going a little deeper into the possibility of starting your own blog, along with the day's writing goals.
Besides the daily writing and idea goals, Jason also discusses various possibilities for a writer to publish in this new age of digital self-publishing.
As the 18th day of the 30 day challenge dawns, Jason reviews the book You Are  A Writer by Jeff Goins, and also presents the day's writing and idea goals.
On Day 17, Jason presents an inspirational quote from author Neil Gaiman and also discusses the day's writing and idea goals.
Today's program features a discussion concerning frustration and failing to reach a daily writing goal, along with the day's writing and goal assignments.
Jason raises the word count again for the daily minimum at the halfway point of our 30 day exercise, and also suggests a few writing blogs to follow during this month and beyond.
On Day 14, Jason features an excerpt from an interview in July with writer Gretchen Schultek, author of "Elementary Education 101: What They Didn't Teach You In College" and the blog www.alwaysalesson.com.
Today, Jason discusses a few ways to jump-start your writing if you're feeling stuck and are having trouble reaching your daily writing goal.
On Day 12, the daily minimums rise again, and Jason discusses the Pomodoro Method to help in your time management as you write.
For this week's reading selection, Jason discusses Steven Pressfield's two masterpieces, Turning Pro and The War Of Art, and also presents the day's writing and idea assignments.
One-third of the way through the 30 day challenge, Jason discusses a few inspirational quotes from writers of note, and also presents the day's writing and idea assignments.
The word count minimum ticks up again, and Jason discusses the significance of today's word count.
Today, Jason discusses the upcoming annual National Novel Writing Month challenge, which takes place every November, and also gives out today's writing and idea assignments.
Day 7 of the 30 day habit challenge finds a new assignment of writing and idea generation, as well as advice from author Andy Weir (The Martian).
Today, Jason discusses the minimum word and idea assignments, and also talks about the value of writing prompts when you are having problems getting started writing.
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