Lately, I’ve dabbled in another writing medium that condenses every word and sentence to a bare minimum—screenwriting. Challenge accepted. I’m competitive with the me I once was yesterday, last week, last year. 203 more words
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If anybody asked, Hector was a German Shepherd. And for the record, he did look like one, unless you looked closely and long enough. Which was why Alecia was comfortable letting him walk with her along the busy city streets and into her favorite coffee shop. 748 more words
I felt restless yesterday afternoon. Restless, nervous and afraid. Did I do the right thing? Would anything actually come of it? Was self publishing just be being lazy and impatient, and resigned to believing I’d never make the cut for a real publisher? 607 more words
7 Questions To Ask During NaNoWriMo [especially if it's tough and before you gut yourself for how bad it's going wordcount wise]
Day thirteen of NaNoWriMo.
For the peasants (aka: regular people) who don’t know, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month—an event that now spans the globe as writers from all walks of life and stages in the writing journey attempt to write a whole new novel in one month (or, at the very least, 50,000 words in one month). 1,625 more words