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Camp Nano is sort of an extension of Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) and it’s done in April and July.  Basically you are doing Nanowrimo again, but you set your own word count and have writing groups, called cabins. 299 more words


Dreaming of vintage flight in the magical age of aviation

In this era of carbon-fibre jets and everyday commuter air travel I often lament the passing of the Golden Age of aviation – those heroic days of the 1920s and 1930s when passengers boarded canvas-and-wood biplanes and then picnicked, aloft, on potted ham and champagne stored aboard in wicker hampers. 185 more words


How to Prep for Camp NaNoWriMo

Even though I trekked the NaNoWriMo challenge for the very first time last November, I have been participating in Camp NaNoWriMo for three years now. Two events take place each year, and I have participated in five of them. 322 more words


Camp NaNoWriMo

It’s that time of year again!

The Office of Letters and Light is warming up to open Camp NaNoWriMo on 1st April. We here at Mightier Than the Sword UK love Camp NaNoWriMo because it’s not only a great time for our authors to shut out the world and get on with writing but also it’s great for opportunity for helping a great organisation raise some much needed funds to keep their amazing projects funded around the world. 37 more words

C.S. Woolley

Listen to the Muse (pt 1)

The last several weeks we’ve been looking at writing from the stand point of taking an already established story line from one format into a narrative.   651 more words



As a writer, I feel like it’s my duty to participate in National Novel Writing Month each November. Sadly, That sense of duty was tempered by the overwhelming workload I found myself buried under this year. 393 more words

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