All my prep work is feeling like it paid off! Currently 2,204 words in the bag and I'm leaving off at a point where I can pick right up tomorrow. How's everyone else doing?
The wait is almost over, just a few short hours until NaNoWriMo officially kicks off. Now I'm not so dedicated that I'll be getting up at midnight to start writing, but hats off to all those who will. For my last post before NaNo I found a great article by Kerri Jarema over at Bustle … Continue reading The Perks of Tackling NaNoWriMo
Ok, first things first, as promised here is my seventh post in as may days. Not the biggest accomplishment, I know, but nevertheless it was a goal I set for myself and I achieved it. Don't worry, there's more to this post than me gloating. It's the last few days before NaNoWriMo kicks off. I'm … Continue reading Seven Days, Seven Posts
Love him or hate him, there's no denying that Ernest Hemingway left a lasting mark on literature and has been incredibly influential on generations of writers. I think that one of the reasons why is the advice he gave to other young writers and being candid about his own writing process. Tanya Hall over at … Continue reading Writing Advice from Papa
Procrastination is my, and I suspect a lot of writers, worst best friend. It's comforting, but at the same time crippling. With less than a week until NaNoWriMo and with an average daily word count of 1,666 needed to hit the goal of 50,000 words by the end of the month, I think it's important … Continue reading Procrastination is not Your Friend