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Adventures in Camp NaNoWriMo and Writing

In which I end up lessening my word count goal – by a lot

After a whole lot of excitement and not as much writing, I decided to change my word count goal for Camp NaNoWriMo to something I would actually be able to reach. 670 more words

Writing

Camp Coming to a Close

Camp NaNoWriMo is coming to a close for me at the end of this week. If you’re still doing it, you still have another week to catch up with your word counts, so keep going! 66 more words

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Writing a Novel when you have a chronic illness

So, some of you will know what fibromyalgia is, and some may have heard of it but don’t know anything about it, and some few might not have heard of it at all.   366 more words

The Writing Life

Writing the "Easy" Story

Writing stories is both a blessing and a curse for me. When I’ve got a good story on my hands and the words are flowing from my fingertips, it’s a joy to just be able to slip away and live the life of my characters in worlds of my own creation. 602 more words

Self

Caught Kissing

The boys went upstairs to get ready for school. Sage looked at me then looked at Dev grinning at me. He asked, “So was this too much Dev?” 516 more words

Fiction

The Importance of the First Page

Hey Everyone! If the picture above didn’t give it away, it’s time for this month’s #AuthorToolBoxBlogHop, created by the lovely Raimey Gallant. Hopefully as you check out the different posts… 875 more words

How I Write

Looking back over the last year, it feels like I haven’t written anything at all. I started NaNoWriMo last year, but my heart wasn’t in it. 1,147 more words

Writing