This is just a doodle, a way to use the time in my morning walk to reflect and capture my day-to-day activity.

Several people said that they’d love it if I’d just plug in a recorder and talk about whatever I wanted to talk about. They’d listen. When my doctor said, “Move it or lose it,” I figured I’d try it out and see what developed.

This is guaranteed to be raw, relatively low audio quality, and I’m not doing a lot of clean up on the files. What happens on the walk, goes onto the recording. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t.

The main purpose is to give me that little added incentive to keep moving without adding another production layer on my day.

Thanks for joining me as I talk on my morning walk.

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3 Responses to About

  1. Sean Riley says:

    Nathan, thank you for posting your talks. I am working through my own “move it or lose it” with my doctor and I enjoy listening to you while I’m out on my own walk. Living in Minnesota I can relate to the snow days and the “too cold to walk days”. I’ve always enjoyed your books and your voice acting in your books and Abbey Hilton’s books. Please keep up the walks (recorded or not) you’re an inspiration! Thank you.

  2. Jacob Donley says:

    I just started listening to the podcast though I’m a long time fan. I want to thank you for providing me with motivation and all the valuable tips you provide for writers and life in general. Keep up the good work and good luck on your way to a thousand more and beyond.

  3. Robert Willey says:

    I would like to be a beta reader. It will allow me to look at a novel from a different perspective and hopefully become a better reader, as well as getting a better understanding of the process. Thank you. Bob

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