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Charles Dickens and Speaking to Ideas

My goal has always been to one day become a published author, but lately, I haven’t been doing much to get myself any closer to that goal. 1,016 more words


Preppin' up for NaNoWriMo 2016

Hello, hello!

As you all know, October is almost upon us. And for once, I’m excited for the cold. Of course, you’ve got a handful of things to look forward to, like pumpkin spice latte (which I don’t drink, but still), Halloween (which we don’t celebrate in Greece, 313 more words


Another November, Another NaNoWriMo

About two weeks ago, I realized how close we were to November and started to panic. What on earth was I going to write for NaNoWriMo? 864 more words


A Silly Amount of Ambition

Ok, Eda, here we go! Your challenge: write 1,000 words per day for 30 days.

Starting…. NOW!

This is my #NaNoPrep, friends. I want to finish the manuscript I’m writing before challenging myself to write a brand new one, faster and publicly. 128 more words


Preparing for NaNoWriMo: How to be a Plantser

It’s almost here. In a matter of days, the one month countdown until NaNoWriMo begins….there are generally two basic strategies used to tackle writing 50,000 words in 30 days, being a planner/plotter or a pantser. 840 more words


Prior Planning

My Grandfather, like most, was fond of his own peculiar sayings. A good ole Maine boy born and bred, some were classic Maine snark like “You make a better door than a window” to not at all politically correct like saying the peace sign was the sign of the American chicken. 457 more words