Sunday, 27 October 2013

Where to find your free NaNoWriMo writing postcards

Yesterday I released the NaNoWriMo postcards into the wild. If you're in or near Oxford, here's where to find them; if you're not, you can email me your address and I'll send you some for the cost of the stamp. I also, as you can see, discovered Instagram, which explains why all the pictures are filtered with the fervour of a recent convert...

Oxford Wine Cafe, Summertown
Cafe Brew, North Parade
The Creperie, North Parade
Jericho Cafe, Jericho
The Rickety Press, Jericho
The Jericho Tavern, Jericho
The Albion Beatnik, Jericho
GandDs, Little Clarendon Street
Greens Cafe, St Giles
The Eagle and Child, St Giles
Ganymede at the Eagle and Child
Oxfam bookshop, St Giles
The OFS Shop, Gloucester Green
Mission Burrito, St Michael's Street
News Cafe, Ship Street
The Turl Street Kitchen
Blackwells, Broad Street
Georgina's, Covered Market
Waterstones, Cornmarket Street
The Jam Factory, off Park End Road
G&Ds, Cowley Road
The Big Society, Cowley Road
Rick's Cafe, Cowley Road
Oxford, Magdalen Road
The Magic Cafe, Magdalen Road
The Rusty Bicycle, Magdalen Road

And here they are, the liberated postcards frolicking in the autumnal wild...
The postcards, set free
If it's too stormy to go hunting (O Wild West Wind!) or you can't bear to wait for the post, you can always download the Premise Circles game now, which gives you a big version of the Premise Circles on the back of the postcard, which you can use as many times as you like, plus 24 prompt cards and the how-to-play sheet. If you do, I'll also send you the NaNoWriMo version free before the start of November.

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