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How I Really Feel About WriMos (31DBBB Day 19)

Each November, April and July, and maybe some months between here and there, writers gather in a virtual space to do one thing: write a certain number of words in a cramped, month-long time span. 945 more words

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Solution Saturday: I Can’t Write 50,000 Words in One Month

Oh, yes you can.

Or you can at least try.

Camp NaNoWriMo is merely days away now (!), and you could be in one of multiple places: signed up but scared out of your mind (understandable), not signed up because you’re not interested or legitimately can’t give up other lifestyle commitments, like breathing (also understandable) or our least favorite: not signed up because you’re not sure you’re going to be able to write enough words in such a short amount of time. 780 more words

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Weekend Writing Warriors - Never Found 7

Welcome friends, followers, and Weekend Writing Warriors!

Good morning! I’m sharing eight more sentences from my Nano project “Never Found.” It’s hard to believe that November is over, isn’t it? 114 more words

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Weekend Writing Warriors - Never Found 6

Welcome friends, followers, and Weekend Writing Warriors!

Good morning! I’m sharing eight more sentences from my Nano project “Never Found.” It’s hard to believe that November is over, isn’t it? 137 more words

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Nanowrimo Spotlight: Whatever you choose, as long as it’s not obscene

Greetings again, friends and followers. After a great November, I’m resting and recovering, but I have one more spotlight interview to share with you, from… 409 more words

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Weekend Writing Warriors - Never Found 5

Welcome friends, followers, and Weekend Writing Warriors!

Good morning! I’m sharing eight more sentences from my Nano project “Never Found.” It’s hard to believe that November is almost over, isn’t it? 159 more words

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Nanowrimo Spotlight: This Blog Has An Imposter

Good morning, friends and followers. I’ve got one more interview left, and there might be another coming in before tomorrow. This one is from EvanescentDreams… 718 more words

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