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I love planning. I suck at doing.

I signed up to nanowrimo two days before it started. I had two short story ideas that could be entwined, so I forcibly mashed them together, and then stretched them out beyond all possible means. 326 more words

Novel Excerpt (27)

A scene from Breaking Bread, Book 5 in the Bucks County Series by Margaret Sorick. Find all the excerpts here.

When we got back to the cafe, the police cruisers had gone, but Jack’s unmarked vehicle was still parked out front. 1,594 more words

Writing

TGIO Party for Guelph #NaNoWriMo

Friday evening, I joined four other NaNoWriMo winners at Fionn MacCool’s in south Guelph for our TGIO (Thank God It’s Over) party. Of the 96 members in the Guelph region, 26 of us completed 50K words and more during the month-long marathon. 64 more words

Joanne Guidoccio

Sunday, December 2016

Hello,

I’m so glad I have an opportunity to write to you after a manic November. As successful as it was, the pace made me question whether I would make it to the end. 719 more words

Weekly Trail

November Happened

November seemed like it disappeared in a flash. One minute I was sat in the Waterstones café setting down the first tentative words of my Nanowrimo project, the next I was plugging the numbers in to the website to get my little winners medal. 639 more words

Reading

The aftermath of NaNo and its review

December, how I wished and willed the month of December to arrive. Creating content that comes to 2000 words every day is exhausting. I planned my outline sufficiently. 771 more words

NaNoWriMo

Good Morning, Sunday

I don’t feel like I’ve written one of these for a while (I probably wrote one last week and this is an example of my flaky memory), but here’s a brief update on how things are going. 316 more words

Writing