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How to Prepare for NaNoWriMo: Your 4-Week Success Plan

A great article to help you prepare for NaNoWriMo. I’m participating this year! <3 Click the highlighted link below to read their tips.

Sure, the goal of NaNoWriMo is to sprint toward the finish line. 18 more words

Writing Tips

How I've managed to write over a 100,000 words.

The book I’ve been writing about for the last two months non-stop has gotten to the point where it has passed the word counts of my other projects and it might even be my longest yet. 96 more words


How to Write More in Less Time

by Karen Dikson

Have you ever wondered how it would be like to finish 1500 words in less than an hour? I have. As writers, we tend to want to improve our lifestyle little by little, by making progress each and every day. 767 more words


How to earn the #amwriting tag

Sometimes I really need a good kick in the ass-especially when it comes to writing. It’s far too easy to say “I will work on it tomorrow…or this weekend…or next summer.” And then another year has gone by and my characters have grown so tired of standing around inside my head that they threaten to leak out into everything else. 472 more words


A productive Autumn

I am manufacturing more time for writing this Autumn. Sometimes I’ll be making it out of thin air, other occasions I’ll be borrowing from chores and the boring bits of life and frequently it’ll be snatched back from Facebook and other ways of being social. 33 more words

What does your writing day look like?

In an ideal world, my writing day would look like this:

8.30am – Wave children off to school

8.30 – 9.30am – Do necessary chores… 166 more words


The Blending of Worlds

It’s after midnight and I still find myself at my computer unable to compose a proper topic on which to write about for my scheduled post tomorrow. 731 more words