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What people are saying about the podcast

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“Duffy offers digestible writing advice, plus bite-sized writing tasks to complete between episodes”
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“I learned a bunch listening to her podcast!”
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“Julie Duffy offers very short episodes for very short writing with prompts and insightful tips.”
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... helps you figure out how to keep that commitment up for the rest of your life. In bite-sized, 10- to 15-minute episodes, listeners can get creativity challenges, writing prompts, and regularly published posts on the craft of writing..
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...challenges writers to discover how much they are capable of writing [and] explores how writers can become more committed to their craft
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It’s more than a podcast. It’s a supportive community of like-minded writers who want the freedom to write well or badly, as long as they are inspired to keep writing.
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I'm a very simple person. When I see a new StoryADay episode, I hunt down my earphones and get on Youtube..

Podcast Episodes

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Writers write. Professional writers write a lot.

The StoryADay (https://storyaday.org) challenge exists to help you learn how much you’re capable of writing in a month. The Write Every Day, Not “Some Day” podcast helps you figure out how to keep that commitment up for the rest of your life.

Each 10-15 minute episode tackles a particular topic and gives you a writing assignment to complete before the next episode.

Music credit: Alan McPike


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Past Episodes

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Some of the places that love storyADay

"Now I have a community who understands my writing and my goals. I have a place to celebrate wins and to sympathize with the confusion and frustration of trying to create the writing life I want."
Marta Pelrine-Bacon
Writer & Artist
"Joining Superstars five months ago changed my writing life. I wake up in the morning excited. Not only am I writing more, I am writing with mindfulness and new skills I've learned at Superstars. Now I proudly tell people I am a WRITER."
Robin Stein
"I love Superstars! More than anything, it's a supportive, encouraging, non-judgmental group. We're all in the same boat, at different points in our writing journeys. No pressure (not much, anyway). It's very freeing to lurk & jump in when it feels comfortable."
JEM Wildfire
JEM Wildfire

Writing a story a day has been very good practice to develop a positive orientation to writing endeavors, not to mention that it has led me to meet new people, be part of a community and find my writing feet again. 

Neha Mediratta

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