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After Nanowrimo / Christmas & what's next

I wanted to write a blog post all through the month of November – to get my thoughts out about Nanowrimo, and how this year was different from last year for me – but no time felt like the right time to work on it.   945 more words


a writing tag

I snagged this questionnaire off one of my favorite blogs, because I didn’t have a post idea and I hadn’t posted for a while, and this thingy looked like fun. 1,285 more words


Mixed Media Friday: For the Wishers, Dreamers, Poets, Writers and You!

Welcome back for another wacky, strange–but just this side of intellectual–“Mixed Media” Friday.

First, I would like to offer you a moment of entertainment. I was looking around YouTube last night and found this little gem, called “Paperback Writer.” 498 more words


So there's this Magical Medicine Show...now what?

One can work in one’s peignoir

The lovely people at National Novel Writing Month are pushing a new thing, or at least a thing I don’t remember them being as pushy about in previous years. 590 more words


Novel Rewriting [8]: A streak!

I know that this post is super late, but I have had no internet all day and haven’t been able to get on and write anything to you guys. 102 more words


Red Pen Action and Other Book Stuff

I really haven’t had much time for new writing, but I have been busy with the red pen and editing. I’ve been sitting in a doctor’s office for a couple hours at a time and so it was great way to kill some time. 932 more words



Last year, a colleague introduced me to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Each November, over 300,000 people worldwide attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in a month. 370 more words