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Hi #GreenFishBlueOceans podcasters.
This episode is short, short, short. 3:10 to be exact. I’m taking a little break from the podcast to finish NaNoWriMo. If you aren’t familiar, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month.
In its 19th year, NaNoWriMo is an international writing challenge that takes place during the month of November. The rules are the same every year—write 50,000 words in 30 days.
This is my fourth NaNo.
The novel I’m working on this month is tentatively titled, The Fish Thieves.
The Fish Thieves is a dystopian thriller about food security, climate change, friendship, good vs. evil and three badass women.
I’m on track with 25,545 words.
If dystopian thrillers are your thing, you can listen to the first chapter of The Fish Thieves on this podcast, Ep. J is for Jewfish and Jellyfish. Or you can read the first chapter on the Conservation blog.
I’ll be back in December to finish up S1 of GFBO.
Since the last few letters of the alphabet were a challenge to fill, I’m going to condense some of the episodes.
Then in 2018, on S2, I’ll be sharing the mic with marine biologist and scientist Heather Sadusky. We’re going to take a deep dive on some of the same topics I addressed in S1.
So please subscribe so you don’t miss an ep. and if you have a few extra minutes, please leave a review. Your words are important and will help improve this show’s rankings on iTunes.
Happy Thanksgiving lovely listeners.
Thanks so much for listening. I appreciate you.
Up next on GFBO, T is for Tuna and TEDS.