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How I Won NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo is a crazy month where hundreds of thousands of people works towards the goal of writing 50,000 words for their novels. Even though I try to make time to write every day, I love the community of writers that rise up in November to encourage one another forward towards their goal. 1,000 more words


Don't write crap.

At a recent writing workshop with Michael Bracken, he said that long internal monologues are deadly.

That threw me a little. I have been trying to write close third person point-of-view (POV), where the reader really rides in the POV person’s head. 516 more words

Mythological Monday: Banshees

Often underrated and lumped in with the ghost category is the loud and frightening banshee of Irish mythology. They are not seen as a mainstream creature, but are a particularly terrifying creature when examined. 320 more words


Writing Update

I know it’s been awhile since I’ve written about writing. When it comes to something that I need to do, I just do it. I typically don’t talk about it. 634 more words


My Writing: Epilogue

Okay, I have to admit when I first started writing this rough draft on post I was not sure I would finish editing it. Well, I proved myself wrong. 193 more words

My Writing

NaNoWriMo: Week 3 - Reaching The Summit

Happy third week of NaNoWriMo! We have just passed the halfway mark, which means you should be hiking up the final stretch of your mountain. 407 more words


Finals are around the corner which means I'll fit into my skinny jeans soon

It goes without saying, but finals are the worst. When most non-law students hear that all I do all semester is read, the first thing they say is, “But that’s so easy, what are you complaining about? 471 more words