National Novel Writing Month has officially come to a close. It's time to reflect, be positive, and carry on. The Inevitable Anti-Climax Of Finishing NaNoWriMo Here's something I never talked about in my Pros and Pitfalls of NaNoWriMo post or even in my more recent Signs NaNoWriMo Might Not Be For You - when it … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2022: The Final Day
We're officially heading into the final week of National Novel Writing Month 2022. That's the final seven days, people! The chance for one last push to get over the 50k finish line or complete whatever other writing goals you've set up for yourself this month.
Hello everyone. This is my third update on my NaNoWriMo progress. (Here's part one and two.) Here we are. Halfway through the month. Those working on a NaNoWriMo project are either ripping their hair out, crying, or cheering. Traditional NaNoWriMo players should have hit the 25,000 word count by now. I am not a traditional … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2022: Halfway There… Stress, Corrupted Files & More
Hello again everyone. Eh, isn't this strange? Weekly connected life updates? I feel like a proper blogger now. Next I'll be posting pictures of my cat. Anyway, it's over a week into NaNoWriMo 2022 and if you're doing a traditional goal of hitting 50,000 words by the end of the month, you should be at … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2022: Nine Days In…
Those of you who read my 5 Signs NaNoWriMo Might Not Be For You and 10 Pros and Pitfalls To Know This National Novel Writing Month might be wondering... wtf am I doing NaNoWriMo again if I think it's such rubbish?
When I started sharing the research that's going into my novels, the first strange tidbit I talked about was robots who love you back. This was for a science fiction novel I was working on, and those of you who have been keeping up with me might have noticed that there hasn't been so much … Continue reading Stuck Between Two Ideas For The Same Story
Welcome to a new series I'm doing called Sh*t I Found Out While Researching My WIP!