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Post-NaNo Update - Worldbuilding

Of course, the downside of “ordinary people matter” is that the villains can use what regular people come up with, too. 445 more words

NaNoWriMo 2016 Wrap Up Post

Hey everyone! I’m officially free (as of Tuesday when I handed my last assignment in) and have been getting well and truly in the Christmas spirit this week, with several club Christmas dinners and a trip with one of my friends to the Edinburgh Christmas market. 1,572 more words


Disorganized rambling.

It’s been too long since I’ve sat in front of a computer screen and put something down. It’s unfortunate and painful to admit, but I didn’t do nearly as well with NaNoWriMo as I wanted to. 461 more words


5 successful authors discuss daily word count goals

As a first-time NaNoWriMo participant—the worldwide community of writers who subject themselves to bleeding 1,667 words a day or 50,000 words total during the month of November—I was confused about how to keep up the pace the rest of the year. 1,432 more words

On Writing

Abide | Committing to Your Work

via Daily Prompt: Abide

Personally, I know that I always have a tendency to be writing 4-5 different things at once. Sometimes it’s just sheer boredom of the other projects. 221 more words

NaNoWriMo 2016; The Lost Month

I lost November, this time I have an excuse and next year will you be joining me? I hope so and I will be pestering! 4,273 more words


Completed Draft

For the first time in a long time, I have completed an an entire draft of a novel.  And not just any novel, but the first draft of my Big Idea novel.   275 more words