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Confounding Symptoms. If only...

My father was a neurosurgeon, and he made mistakes. If he had been more of a machine and less human, was never tired or sick himself and… 345 more words

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WooHoo! It's done, all 10,000 words of it!

I could see the little number counter clocking higher and higher down on the left hand side of the screen in Word so I just couldn’t stop.  111 more words

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Chapter Two -Arm wrestling with a novel, and life.

I am reduced to drinking espresso, they are quicker to make. I am learning what it is to squeeze the necessary tasks of life into what I really want to be doing, ALL the TIME. 92 more words

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The 10K Writing Challenge is a rip-roaring success, in more ways than one

I know, I know, I haven’t written much on the blog this week.

That’s because March is Challenge month, and I’ve been staying incredibly busy over at ChapterBuzz, where we’ve got some… 26 more words

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Liberty On the Lighter Side reblogged this on Liberty on the Lighter Side and commented:

I've been quiet on my blog but not from lack of writing, in fact I have never written this much in such a concentrated amount of time before and I have to confess that I am loving it so much it's pretty much taken over every waking thought of my life. If you had asked me a year ago whether I would ever write a book I would have either said, I don't have a book in me or I would have asked what for? Well now, I have completely surprised myself and discovered answers to those points, and all because I impulsively signed up to this challenge!

From Blogging to Writing a Novel -slightly terrifying!

Big breath in, I feel as if I am making myself extremely vulnerable by posting this, BUT, I have just taken a monumental step from posting on my blog to embarking on writing a novel (eek) and if you’d like to become a reader for me, please let me know. 41 more words

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In Her Shoes

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“Caitlin, can I borrow your shoes lying here by the door?”

“Ok Ma, but please don’t get out of the car when you drop me at the party. 815 more words

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3 ways your readers can give feedback on your writing (and 3 ways you can receive it!)

As we prepare for the 10K Word Count Writing Challenge, which involves writing 10,000 words and asking 10 people to read your work, some are wondering what, exactly, their readers will be required to do. 396 more words

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Liberty On the Lighter Side reblogged this on Liberty on the Lighter Side and commented:

I'm so delighted to be featured as a guest writer, who'd a thunk it!! So take a peek at this post on 'What Inspires your Writing?' and if you'd like to give yourself a kick up the rear-end and take up a whopper of a writing challenge, then you could start by making yourself accountable to readers. You'll feel more guilty about giving up then! And you might even be surprised by achieving something you never, ever thought possible in the space of one month.