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The Outbreak: Looking For Inspiration

I’m working on a post-apocalyptic story  for a current project. I’m really getting into this story and have already shared it with some people for critiques and feedback. 1,147 more words

A Breakfast in Bed, a Talk, and a Meeting

Last night I was so tired and so unable to focus on what I needed to do that I went to bed early. I didn’t think I’d be able to sleep, but I was. 390 more words

Back on Track for Camp NaNoWriMo

Getting back on track this month took longer then I expected. On the 11th, when I gave my last update, I was still four days behind. 334 more words


Researching the Etymology of Words for Historical Fiction

I try to keep the language I use in my historical novels true to the time period I’m writing about. This is particularly important in the dialogue between characters and in the thoughts of my point of view character. 482 more words


First Camp Update

The month started slowly… very slowly. I didn’t write my first word for Camp until the 6th. The plan was to write three times a week, but the first week of camp turned out to be very busy, and things didn’t pan out the way I expected. 254 more words


April Goals

My delayed goal post as promised :)

My Goals for March were:

  1. Write 3,000 words and submit it to my crit group on March 22nd. …
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Writing Critique Groups: Are They Worth It?

When it comes to writing a novel, short story, poem, etc. it’s essential to get outside opinions. Or, more specifically, to get critical feedback of your work. 736 more words