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Where to Go from Here?

NaNoWriMo has ended, about a week past.  I’ve written about my expectations, about what it’s taught me, and about whether I feel I met those expectations. So, now what? Well, as I said at the outset – NaNoWriMo is viewed by some … Continue reading

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What Have I Learned?

So, today’s the 29th of 30 days in November, and NaNoWriMo 2015 is drawing to a close soon.  What have I learned?  How have I done?  And did I meet my goals? Well, first let’s look at the metric most people … Continue reading

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Shattering Myths and Misconceptions

Shattering Myths and Misconceptions, or What I’ve learned about myself from less than a week of NaNoWriMo Myth #1: Writing Takes Time I have always operated based on the belief, backed up by years of experience, that in order to write, … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo

November is a strange time for writers. There’s this thing called NoNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. It’s a contest where participating writers challenge themselves to write 50,000 words of a new novel solely within the 30-day span labeled ‘November.’ … Continue reading

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