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Save or Delete: What to Do With Failed Attempts

In the writing world, there seem to be two camps when it comes to this question. One side says to delete anything that isn’t working out. 470 more words

Writing

Motivation til at skrive: forfølg dine drømme og nå dine mål!

Dette her blogindlæg handler  om, hvordan man kan holde motivationen oppe, og derved forfølge sine drømme og nå sine mål. Jeg tager afsæt i det at skrive, men rådene kan sagtens også bruges i andre henseender. 3,168 more words

Camp NaNoWriMo

Final Week of Nano: A Cautionary Tale

Seven days and counting until the Camp Nano clock counts down to zero, potentially proclaiming us as conquerors of the word war. If we were in a novel right now, we would be reaching that point in the plot where the world is falling apart quickly, and pretty soon we will have to make an astounding comeback if we want to snatch our happily ever after from the jaws of our enemies. 1,167 more words

Writing

The Pink Phoenix chapter 24--Letter

So while the Cleaner was getting harassed by the ghosts of his past, they were also whispering dark things at Momoi.  She begins having doubts.  Then he leaves her with this letter.   1,194 more words

Original

Beating Writer's Block: Brainstorm

If you find yourself facing Writer’s Block, there’s one simple solution that always comes in handy: brainstorming. This exercise is a common practice among writers, though usually it’s done at the beginning of a project. 428 more words

Writer

Camp NaNoWriMo July 2016

Well, I meant to update more often that I did, but I did end up winning Camp NaNo for July :)

So far the writing seems to be working, I haven’t actually changed a whole lot, but I have added over 8k in new words to all the rewriting I’ve done so far. 29 more words

Essentials

I Probably Won't Win CampNaNoWriMo (and that's okay)

If you’ve been around this blog for a little while you probably know that I have a bad track record with CampNaNoWriMo. I’ve participated in every Camp since 2011, and I’ve lost every single time. 315 more words