A writer & her adolescent muse
Okay, you started on a new story. What can you do to keep it going?
1. Set a daily word count until the story is completed (at least for the first draft). 114 more words
1 hour, 4 minutes
Donna's Family Life
As promised, I’m posting NaNoWriMo cartoons on my blog all month…
Don’t forget to check out my AUTHOR BLOG each day of November to read about my month-long writing journey… 9 more words
2 hours, 38 minutes
Kate M. Colby
Most people say that Week 3 is the most difficult week of NaNoWriMo, but I feel that Week 2 was worse for me. Week 3 started off steady, and the middle section held a high-note as I reached the 50,000 word mark. 298 more words
2 hours, 43 minutes
Speck of Awesome
This could be an every day happy moment, or at least on those days when I actually hit word count. I participated in National Novel Writing Month… 241 more words
3 hours, 27 minutes
My Nanowrimo Blog 2014
*sigh* Nothing to see here, somehow I didn’t write on this day either. Things aren’t looking good for me to get to 50,000 words by November 30th. 25 more words
9 hours, 46 minutes
Leanne Ross Read Faced
It was a good day on the NaNoWriMo front.
I managed to churn out more than 2,000 words in just an hour. Plus, even though I am in the middle of my story, it feels like I am heading in a good direction. 61 more words
11 hours, 43 minutes
Editing a novel is not what you think it will be. At least, it hasn’t been what I thought it would be.
I’m about two months deep in the first edit of my draft, and the process has been instructive. 960 more words
12 hours, 53 minutes