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National Novel…Outlining Month?

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

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First Draft, Check!

Earlier this week I finished my rough draft of Whispers. And there was much rejoicing. The draft topped out at just over 60,000 words. Funny how it took me a month to write 50,000 words, and nine months to write … Continue reading

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