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As NaNoWriMo Draws near

In two months, NaNoWriMo will begin once again. And earlier this year, I considered all the story ideas I have hidden away in my notebook of ideas and came to the conclusion that I wanted to tackle the idea of Cinderella in Reverse, which could better be described as Cinderella told through the point of view of Prince Charming. 408 more words

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How To Write 50,000 Words in 30 Days by Mike Coville

Subtitle: and survive to tell your story!

Published: 2014

Genre: nonfiction, writing

Length: 88 pages

Interest: Mike Colville contacted me and asked me to provide an honest review of his newly published book. 187 more words

Book Review

Waiting for summer to wrap up

When you work as a staff writer in an area where the population doubles in the warmer months, summers are a hectic time filled with festivals, special tabs or assignments for special events, and just hectic deadlines that seem impossible to meet — yet somehow you manage them. 497 more words

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With National Novel Writing Month coming up (I’m the sort of person who would want to have written a novel already, then just edit over November – I’m subversive/excruciatingly cautious that way) I thought I’d see if anyone has any tips/experiences to share. 105 more words

The R.A.N.C.H excerpt

I had to place an excerpt of the project I was working on with the Camp NaNoWriMo website that I joined. I thought I would share it here also. 496 more words

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Bridge a second router with CEROwrt

Setting up an interior gateway router (IGR) on Netgear WNDR 3800

Let’s say you want a second router upstairs in your home, where you have run an ethernet cable, what do you do? 101 more words

Technology

nanothankyou

I doubt there is anyone reading this who hasn’t heard of Nanowrimo, if there is click the link. In brief every November those who choose get to write 50,000 words in one month. 210 more words

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