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Is Nanowrimo Worth the Time?

My answer is always another question. When was the last time you finished a first draft of a book? If you can say you finished one within the last couple of years, then I want to know how long did it take you … Continue reading

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Getting Together With Other Writers

So we talked about choosing a topic and strategies for preparing you to write every day. But there’s also a social aspect to Nanowrimo. There are all sorts of forums that you can access on the nanowrimo.org site which I did the … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Nanowrimo

A long time ago, I struggled even when I only wrote a few lines a day.  Eventually, I did end up with some stories but it wasn’t until I joined a mystery writers group that I got better at “producing” pages. … Continue reading

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New Book Topics

I’ve been playing with an idea for a futuristic novel because I’ve been reading Ms. Atwood lately. That’s how my book ideas usually start. Once I have an interesting idea the process is like that ad on TV about those mops that attract dirt! … Continue reading

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Nanowrimo Transformation

What’s this transformation that I was talking about yesterday? I was talking about how the drive to write 50,000 words in a month can help you train yourself to be a writer. The only way that I know for a … Continue reading

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