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Category Archives: Thoughts on Writing
It’s November again, and you know what that means, kids. No, not time to bust out the Christmas decorations…time to write like crazy idiots for a month! Continue reading
A few months ago I submitted the first chapter of my YA paranormal to a young writer’s contest (at 25, I just qualify). In October they’ll contact the lucky 10 individuals who get to move on to the next round, and at that point they’ll have to submit the full manuscript. So of course, this means I have to have a finished manuscript by Oct 1st! Continue reading
By week two a lot of people realize they’re just not ready for Nanowrimo this year. But don’t despair! You may not be aiming for 50,000 words anymore, but you can aim for something a bit more obtainable: a really rocking outline. Continue reading
If this is your first year Nanoing, you may not be prepared for a little thing that happens when week two rolls around. This week is notoriously difficult, for everyone. Continue reading