Camp NaNo Update

It’s been a busy week. I was home visiting my wonderful boyfriend and didn’t feel like blogging. BUT I did make my 20,000-word goal. It feels great because I never thought I would be able to write that much ( 51 more words

Author Note

So long, Camp NaNo!

Camp NaNoWriMo is over until next April. As the banner above proclaims, I reached my personal Word Count Goal. Woo hoo! :) Blogging daily — from a character’s point-of-view — was a fun challenge, but I don’t think I will be repeating it anytime soon ( 78 more words

Author News

Once More Unto The (Writing) Breach- July 2016

Last night, at writing group, I was so tired that I actually could not imagine writing this blog post. I felt like I hadn’t slept in two weeks (mostly because I basically… 939 more words

Writing

July Wrap Up (2016)

So, it’s been a fantastic month! As anyone who has been in my blog knows, I participated in Camp NaNoWriMo this month with a goal of 30,000 words of original writing. 358 more words

Creative WRiting

Camp NaNoWriMo - Winner!

Once upon a time, it was a dark and stormy night, in a land far, far away…

There, a writer who hadn’t honed her craft in months was tired of sitting around and decided to give Camp NaNoWriMo a goal, with a small goal of 15,000 words. 135 more words

Writing

Project Ordine - Chapter 3: On The Run

Chapter 3

Rosso proceeded down the large hall that lead to the meeting room. This New York City skyscraper had many such halls and rooms, including more than a few secret ones. 4,447 more words

Writing

Camp NaNo motivation/discipline

Writers are supposed to be self-disciplined and motivated to write, right?

Not always so, and certainly not always easy with writers’ block, a limit of time or place, and life getting in the way. 406 more words

Shelley Widhalm